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  • Platt Retail Institute Finds RFID-Based Inventory Accuracy, Sales and Satisfaction Gains at Macy's

    The study, undertaken during the past 15 months, found that the retailer not only improved its on-shelf and display compliance, but made single-unit sales possible when a store's inventory may be down to its last unit for a particular SKU.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Fujitsu unveils new UHF RFID tag for fashion apparel, accessories ••• Transcends releases RIFIDI 3.6 for IoT; PMRS deploys RIFIDI Edge Server for tag detection ••• Tyco Retail Solutions adds Zebra Technologies products to its portfolio ••• Checkpoint Systems offers RFID label for merchandise visibility, including retail cosmetics ••• Nedap expands long-range ID portfolio, intros new heavy-duty UHF tag ••• Identec Ltd. adds mid-range reader to its Cyphertag product line.

  • New Handheld RFID Reader Locates Tags Within Centimeters

    AsReader's ASR-R250G reader, paired with a smartphone, employs software from RFLocus and can display the locations of tagged items in 3D from a range of about 10 meters.

  • Mojix's New Reader Antenna, App and Blockchain Aim for Real-Time Visibility

    Retailers and brands are piloting the TurboAntenna to capture the locations of tagged items in stores or stockrooms in real time, and the Retail Task Management App to enable store personnel to manage inventory and share tasks using their smartphone or tablet.

  • RFID News Roundup

    DENSO releases RFID-enabled scanners for retail, logistics ••• SATO launches new group companies in the Philippines ••• Identiv, NXP secure CES attendees via smart event and transportation badges ••• One2Touch NFC platform provides continuous communications capabilities ••• Xiamen intros rubber tire tag.

  • Zebra Launches RFID-enabled Overhead Sensor

    The SmartSense for Retail system combines video, micro-locationing and radio frequency identification technologies to help retailers improve omnichannel fulfillment and reduce shrinkage.

  • European Co-op Tries Out Various Options for Tagging Shoes

    ANWR Group is attaching an RFID tag to each shoe in every pair, as well as to the box in which footwear is sold, to learn how EPC UHF RFID tags can improve inventory tracking, theft reduction and sales transactions.

  • Rebecca Minkoff Brings Self-Service to Its SoHo Store With RFID

    The fashion retailer is using technology from QueueHop to allow shoppers to select and pay for an item, then unlock its security hard tag based on RFID reads of that tag.

  • MetraLabs' TORY RFID Inventory Robot Celebrates First Jubilee

    One year ago, German retailer Adler started using the robot for automated inventory at one of its stores.

  • Tamper-Detection Capsule Brings Security and Marketing to Wine Makers

    The Domaine Henri Rebourseau winery uses the InTact capsules to protect its brand from counterfeiters by uniquely identifying every bottle of burgundy and detecting whether the capsule has been removed and replaced, to ensure that no bottles have been opened and their wine potentially replaced.

  • PillDrill Uses RFID to Bring Peace of Mind

    The system is designed to simplify medication adherence for patients, and to reassure caregivers and loved ones.

  • SML Group Plans Additional Solution Innovation Center and Pop-Ups to Fuel Growth

    The Hong Kong-based company is furthering its efforts to bring its technology to customers by way of innovation centers and pop-ups that help brands and retailers put the technology in their hands and strategize their own deployments.

  • RFID to Help Consumers Know if Olive Oil Is Really Extra-Virgin

    Several Italian producers are integrating Thinfilm NFC tags into their bottles' labels, enabling purchasers to verify the products' authenticity, as well as access other information.

  • PervasID Releases RFID Readers for RTLS, Portal Applications

    The U.K. company's Space Ranger 9100 UHF reader can track the movements of tagged items within a coverage area as large as 4,500 square feet for zonal tracking.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Denso launches NFC-enabled point-of-sale scanner ••• Suprema adds Android support to RFID-fingerprint scanner ••• Smartrac sells Secure ID & Transactions business to Linxens ••• GS1 US releases new guidelines for item-level pharmaceutical traceability ••• Digi Int'l acquires temperature-tracking solution provider FreshTemp ••• HID Global intros multitech card for government ID programs.

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