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  • German Clothing Retailer Adler Gives RFID Robots a Spin

    The company is among several retailers that are using MetraLabs' new Tory robotic system to automatically count inventory and record merchandise locations within its stores.

  • Neutraceutical Company to Use eAgile's RFID Solution to Track Its Products

    The firm has ordered millions of eSeal bottle enclosures to manage the bottling and shipping of products, with long-term plans to track them throughout the supply chain.

  • Beverage Company Uses RTLS to Turn Skaters Into Artists

    As part of a campaign to advertise a Russian beer brand, skaters' movements were tracked on a Moscow ice rink, enabling them to create drawings they could display in real time on the rink's large video screen, and share on social media.

  • RFID News Roundup

    HID Global intros new Brick Tag Ceramic and SlimFlex on-metal tags ••• GAO RFID launches new 2.45 GHz active readers ••• Smartrac unveils extra-compact UHF RFID inlays for retail applications ••• OnlineLabels.com adds RFID labels to product lineup ••• Datalogic acquires 20 percent stake in CAEN RFID ••• TimBar uses Shelfbucks' beacon platform for point-of-purchase displays.

  • PAL Robotics Rolls Out Tag-Reading Robot

    The Barcelona firm expects to provide the newest version of its motorized StockBot to retailers for long-term pilots later this year, to count inventory by reading RFID tags.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Tyco Retail Solutions adds fitting room analytics to its TrueVUE software suite ••• Smart Technology Group's Master 01 RFID reader gets 'smart mode' ••• Northern Apex intros mini RFID handheld reader ••• Quuppa's beacon-based RTLS technology powers Fujitsu's Ubiquitousware products ••• Cisper Electronics becomes Invengo distributor.

  • Macy's Launches Pick to the Last Unit Program for Omnichannel Sales

    As a result of its confidence in its RFID-based inventory data, the retailer is now selling products down to the final unit in stock at its stores.

  • Rebecca Minkoff Adds RFID to More Stores, Boosts Sales

    The technology enables shoppers to enjoy a personalized experience with recommendations based on the items they select.

  • RFID Pops Up in Mobile Interactive Stores

    ShopWithMe pop-up stores are visiting cities and selling merchandise via RFID technology that displays product information automatically when a shopper picks up a product and tries it on at a fitting room, and also streamlines the purchase process.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Checkpoint intros micro RFID label for health, beauty retail; pilots meat-tracking solution ••• Smartrac unveils dual-frequency RFID inlay, new in-store analytics solution ••• GlobeRanger expands suite of aviation RFID offerings, gets FAA letter of operational suitability ••• Tyco Retail Solutions debuts RFID-enabled storefront shrink-visibility application ••• Juniper announces Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet with Windows 10 and optional UHF RFID ••• Omni-ID secures $21 million in new funding ••• NXP and Guala Closures to develop NFC bottle closures for wine and spirits.

  • London Businesses Adopt Reward Technology's RFID Solution

    The Dandy Lab, a men's boutique, says that the system has increased customer retention by 20 percent. Central Working, an office and workspace provider, has been using the system for the past two years.

  • RFID Journal Launches Japanese-Language Website

    For the first time, daily news about radio frequency identification and its many business and consumer applications will be available to people in Japan in their native language.

  • G-Star RAW Store Finds Many Uses for RFID

    The technology tracks the locations of goods in real time, and is used for inventory, point-of-sale and electronic article surveillance applications, as well as for a customer-facing touchscreen.

  • Airbus, Marks & Spencer, Vail Resorts Help Commemorate RFID Journal Awards' 10th Anniversary

    The companies will join an end-user panel discussing RFID's past, present and future at RFID Journal's 14th annual LIVE! conference, to be held on May 3-5, in Orlando.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Checkpoint Systems intros Sense + Respond solution based on Microsoft Azure ••• Invengo acquires stake in ATID ••• Mojix offers OmniSenseRF inventory service for retailers ••• German retailer Gerry Weber selects Tyco Retail Solutions' TrueVUE software ••• Fujitsu launches UHF RFID tags for fashion apparel, accessories ••• Nedap unveils high-end UHF RFID solution for vehicle identification ••• FAA publishes draft revised advisory for use of RFID on aviation products, equipment.

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