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  • Belgian Clothing Retailer JBC Using RFID at 144 Stores

    Checkpoint RFID tags, readers and middleware enable the retailer to track when goods arrive at and leave its distribution center, as well as check inventory on store shelves.

  • RFID Well Suited for Lebanese Menswear Company

    Pellini is tagging its merchandise at the factory—enabling its stores to inventory goods on a daily basis, ensure stock counts are accurate and up-to-date, and eliminate the need to have excess merchandise onsite.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Bristol Uniforms chooses Vero RFID solution from Harland Simon ••• Smartrac's Sensor Tadpole tag can detect water leaks in cars, ships, planes ••• Nedap unveils out-of-the-box overhead RFID reader for discreet loss prevention ••• MOCAP, Zebra team up on pro football location tracking, data analytics ••• Ascom, Ekahau announce product compatibility for health care ••• German hotelier Prizeotel adopts ASSA ABLOY Mobile Access solution.

  • Moods of Norway Opts for Checkpoint RFID Labels, Tests Fixed Readers

    The Scandinavian clothing company has seen a 20 percent boost in online sales from using handheld readers to take in-store inventory, and plans to pilot the adoption of fixed readers at its DC and stores.

  • Polo Ralph Lauren Store Gets Smart Fitting Rooms

    The interactive fitting-room technology, provided by Oak Labs, is part of Ralph Lauren's adoption of RFID for customer-facing applications and inventory tracking.

  • RFID News Roundup

    GuardRFID unveils proximity tag exciter for room- or bed-level location ••• Bluewater Health selects Awarepoint RTLS ••• Texas A&M picks Apptricity RFID solution to manage Corps of Cadets uniforms ••• Norway Post expands implementation of Nedap's multi-access RFID solution ••• Thinfilm, Ypsomed partner on NFC-enabled injection systems for self-medication ••• Fujitsu outfits work van with RFID, GPS, sensors and more.

  • Lucky Brand Uses RFID-Enabled Touchscreens to Provide Info, Assistance to Shoppers

    The clothing retailer is RFID-tagging all inventory at two of its stores, so that customers can access information about a garment by holding it near the screen, as well as request assistance.

  • Retailers to Share New RFID Case Studies at RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2015

    Marks and Spencer, Marc O'Polo, Moods of Norway, River Island and other industry leaders will be featured at the 11th annual European conference and exhibition.

  • RFID News Roundup

    CDO Technologies' RoadTag hits Denver streets ••• Cellotape, Smartrac and Thinaire team up on NFC-enabled magazine cover ••• Tyco Retail Solutions announces Sensormatic Synergy Series of security pedestals ••• Checkpoint Systems announces RF/RFID antenna for retailers ••• Eventbrite extends self-service ticketing platform via RFID.

  • Century Link America Opens Doors for RFID Partners

    The Chinese tag producer has launched a North American division to better meet the needs of systems integrators developing and ordering tags for customers' solutions, such as hybrid EAS-RFID systems for retailers.

  • GIKS Mode to Open Seventh RFID-enabled Store

    The Belgian retailer has already been using RFID to track nearly all of its merchandise at six stores and a DC.

  • Generation Tux Finds RFID Well Suited to Its Mission

    The new online tuxedo-rental business, launched by Men's Wearhouse's founder, ensures that customers get what they ordered, thanks to UHF RFID tags that identify each garment's shipment, return and usage history.

  • 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.

  • Herman Kay Gains Packing Accuracy Via RFID

    The coat and outerwear manufacturer finds that the technology makes it easier for workers to confirm that the correct garments were picked according to customer orders.

  • Uniform Maker Sees a Market for CSL's Thread-Antenna Tag

    Farbo Uniforms is developing garment-tracking solutions based on a novel passive UHF RFID tag with an antenna made of metalized thread sewn into a garment.

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