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- Retail/Apparel: Marks & Spencer Broadens and Deepens its RFID Use
A pioneer in the use of radio frequency identification, Marks & Spencer (M&S) is one of the United Kingdom's leading retailers, with some 760 stores. In 2001, M&S began using RFID to track delive...
- Retail/Apparel: Brascol Uses RFID to Improve Inventory Control
Brascol, a leading wholesaler and distributor of babies' and children's clothing in Brasil, has deployed a radio frequency identification solution to optimize control of its inventory, increase ope...
- Retail/Apparel: Ritani Uses RFID to Engage Shoppers, Increase Sales
Jewelry company Ritani is using an RFID solution enabling retailers that sell their jewelry to automatically display information about merchandise that customers asked to see, and also allows those...
- Retail/Apparel: Moods of Norway Increases Sales Via RFID
Scandinavian clothing company Moods of Norway (MoN) has equipped 13 of its stores with RFID technology to better manage its inventory. This deployment follows a six-month pilot that boosted sales o...
- Technology and Infrastructure: Bridging the Gap: Creative RFID and Infrastructure Solutions
Those who live in cities assume infrastructure is readily available, and that being disconnected is never an issue. But not all buildings, facilities and field locations are connected. The RFID App...
- Technology and Infrastructure: Reducing Waste and Losses in the Postharvest Supply Chain
The deterioration of strawberry quality during distribution can lead to consumer dissatisfaction, losses and reduced sales. As part of the University of Arkansas' National Strawberry Sustainabilit...
- Visibility/Traceability: RFID Speeds Vehicles Through Assembly
Troy Design & Manufacture (TDM), a subsidiary of Ford Motor Co., is using an RFID-based solution to reduce the amount of labor time employees spend manually tracking work-in-progress (WIP) on paper...
- Solution Provider Session: Unlocking New Applications for UHF RFID
NXP introduces the latest innovation in RAIN RFID and announces the industry's first tag IC designed in accordance with the latest GS1 UHF RFID Gen2v2 standard. Leading RF performance, unexpected n...
- Visibility/Traceability: Tracking Radioactive Sources In-Transit
Radioactive sources are used in the oil and gas industry to characterize wells providing critical data to exploit geological formations in pursuit of oil caches. These mobile radioactive sources a...
- Visibility/Traceability: Managing Livestock With Active RFID
The consolidation of dairy farms is resulting in larger herd sizes and farms, which can often mean increased labor costs and longer working hours. Due to the large herd sizes, farmers often have di...
- Visibility/Traceability: Kuehne + Nagel Uses RFID for 24-7 Real-Time Temperature Tracking
Pharmaceuticals are complex, costly and time-consuming to manufacture. At the point of dispatch from the factory, there may be a patient who is waiting for the medication, or who requires an inocul...
- Awards Finalist for Best Use of RFID to Enhance a Product or Service
This award is given to the end-user company that has best used RFID technology to enhance an existing product or service. The three finalists, selected by an independent panel of judges, will each ...
- Awards Finalist for Best RFID Implementation: Interstate Batteries
This award is given to the end-user company that has demonstrated the best use of RFID technology to improve its manufacturing, supply chain or retail operations. The finalists, selected by an in...
- Awards Finalist for Best NFC Deployment: Skoubee SARL
This award is given to the end-user company that has demonstrated the best use of Near Field Communication (NFC) for consumer or other applications. The finalists, selected by an independent pane...
- Awards Finalist for Best New Product: RFMicron
In this session, RFID Journal Awards finalist RFMicron, for its Magnus S chip that enables the creation of low-cost moisture-sensing devices that are battery- and maintenance-free.
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