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RFID Brings Visibility to Water and Snow Sports Company

The manufacturer has achieved an increase in productivity and a reduction in shipping errors for its surfboards and snowboards, by tracking each item via an RFID system from EPC Solutions Taiwan as it moves through each process.

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RTLS Brews Up Benefits for Historic Czech Republic Beer

Sewio's ultra-wideband solution, deployed this year, enables Budweiser Budvar to determine the locations of its forklifts within centimeters, and to thereby understand the movements of its returnable pallets, thus preventing errors, increasing efficiency and reducing inventory space.

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Virtual Event: RFID in Harsh Environments

View the PDFs and recordings from RFID Journal's recent online event.

Efficiency Editor's Notes

Learn RFID Best Practices from BAE Systems

The presentation the company delivered at RFID Journal LIVE! 2019 offers valuable lessons to any business that wants to deploy an RFID solution successfully.

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Asset Tracking Around the World

Thanks to the increased visibility provided by the Internet of Things, companies can more efficiently and cost-effectively monitor maintenance issues and the real-time status of their assets.

Efficiency Best Practices

Virtual Event: RFID in Harsh Environments

View the PDFs and recordings from RFID Journal's recent online event.

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Virtual Event: RFID in Harsh Environments

View the PDFs and recordings from RFID Journal's recent online event.

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  • RFID: Tracking a Tangible Approach to Gain Efficiencies in Food Retail
    Published September 2015
    The retail food industry provides a valuable service to consumers worldwide, but as a commodity market, it succeeds on razor-thin margins. Given the resource-intensive nature of grocery stores, responding to volatile market conditions while remaining competitive is extremely difficult. Avery Dennison explains how radio frequency identification could hold the answer for the retail food industry, serving as a key enabler in allowing stores to streamline resources, maximize profits and keep customers happy. (7 pages)
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