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  • Bill Hardgrave, Dean of Auburn University's College of Business, to Speak at RFID Journal LIVE! Brasil 2015

    The preeminent expert on RFID in retail will share his insights on Oct. 7 in São Paulo at RFID Journal's fourth annual Brazilian event.

  • Intel Unveils RFID System for Retailers

    Levi Strauss has been piloting the Intel Retail Sensor Platform—designed to make RFID deployments easier and provide real-time inventory data—at one of its stores.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Noahcard releases RFID tags, inlays based on Monza R6 chip ••• Star Systems International expands into EMEA market ••• Blue Bite unveils esca Bluetooth beacons, cloud-based dashboard ••• RetailNext adds beacon-based employee data to its retail analytics solutions ••• Arrowsmith & Grant integrates SATO RFID technology into medical refrigerators ••• Univ. of Wisconsin athletics dept. adopts beacon solution from YinzCam, Gimbal.

  • View Technologies Launches Long-Range RTLS for Passive UHF Tags

    The inView system is being tested or deployed by manufacturers, logistics companies and retailers, through systems integrators, to track the locations of UHF RFID-tagged items in real time.

  • Tyco Opens Experience Center for Wal-Mart

    The facility is intended to provide Wal-Mart executives and other employees with access to Tyco technology as they plan upgrades to existing store EAS and RFID systems.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Schreiner LogiData unveils tiny UHF label with reading range of up to 1 meter; Century Link RFID intros new tag solution for retail; SafeTech debuts Bluetooth RFID universal door-locking system; RAIN RFID Alliance partners with French National RFID Center, IDTechEx.

  • Norwegian Truck-Body Manufacturer Offers RFID-enabled Trailers

    One of Bussbygg's customers is using two RFID-enabled refrigerated trailers in an ongoing trial, and finds that the technology shortens the delivery of goods by 30 minutes per stop, while preventing errors.

  • Chinese RFID Adoption Takes Many Forms

    The Shanghai branch of U.S. RFID technology provider Impinj is seeing strong demand for passive UHF tags and readers from the nation's banking, transportation and retail sectors, with the greatest growth coming from consumer goods manufacturers.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Clothing retailer F&F, SML Group partner to deploy RFID for improved inventory accuracy ••• NFL, Microsoft and Zebra take RFID-enabled player tracking to new app ••• NFC Forum designates UL as an authorized test lab ••• Apple joins the NFC Forum ••• InvoTech expands offices, adds staff to meet demand.

  • Heal's Boosts Sales With NFC System, Links Store With Online Purchases

    The CloudTags solution enables customers to view digital content about a product in the store by tapping a tablet against an NFC RFID tag, creating a wishlist and then receiving advertising online based on their in-store interests.

  • Carrefour Puts Beacons in Its Romanian Hypermarkets

    The retailer permanently installed technology from Onyx Beacon to help it better engage with customers, deliver promotional offers and guide them through the stores.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Checkpoint Systems reports momentum building for RFID ••• U.S. Navy successfully demos RFID inventory application offshore ••• Steamboat, Winter Park resorts installing RFID technology ••• Target tests beacons at 50 stores ••• Indian Water Park implements RFID-enabled solution ••• Bluetooth beacon shipments to break 400 million units in 2020.

  • Density Brings Traffic Counting to New Venues

    Using a simple infrared sensor, the startup is providing real-time traffic counts to small brick-and-mortar merchants—but is finding interest from other sectors as well.

  • Consumer Physics Begins Shipping SCiO Pocket Molecular Sensors

    The pocket device is designed to help consumers better understand the products they buy, the foods they eat or the medicines they take.

  • Adored Helps Gunstock Mountain Market to Loyal Customers, Attract New Ones

    The all-season resort is one of dozens of New Hampshire and Massachusetts businesses using the beacon-based service to send promotional offers to participating consumers, based on their anonymized location and behavioral history.

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