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  • RFID to Cut Food Waste in the Supply Chain

    By Claire Swedberg

    Ocean Mist and Costco are among the companies using a battery-assisted passive RFID-based Internet of Things solution from Zest Labs to automatically collect the time and location of goods.

  • Smart Packaging Plays a Key Role for Brands and as a Marketing Tool

    By Edson Perin

    At a recent AIPIA Summit, speakers explained how investing can help companies to regain manufacturing power, and why labels and boxes can serve as powerful media for businesses and thus enhance customer relationships.

  • Promise Lies in BOPIS for Retailers With RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    The president of IHL Services describes the advantages of using a 'buy online, pick up in store' model, with RFID and related technologies, to ensure inventory visibility.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! Retail 2019 Report

    By RFID Journal

    RFID Journal recently held its conference and exhibition for the retail sector as part of Chicago's RetailX event. View the presentations from the conference.

  • RFID in Manufacturing Virtual Event: Presentations Now Available

    By RFID Journal

    Hear how manufacturing firms are using RFID to achieve business benefits.

  • Internet of Things Brings Intelligence to Hot Tubs

    By Claire Swedberg

    Jacuzzi Brands' SmartTub System features an IoT device from Particle, as well as an app and a Web portal, so hot-tub owners, service providers and Jacuzzi can view data regarding a particular tub's operation and remotely send instructions to adjust that unit's settings.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! 2019 Report, Part 2

    By RFID Journal

    RFID Journal recently held its 17th annual conference and exhibition. View the presentations from the event's main conference sessions and the RFID Journal Awards.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! 2019 Report, Part 1

    By RFID Journal

    RFID Journal recently held its 17th annual conference and exhibition. View the presentations from the event's keynotes, general sessions and preconference workshops.

  • RFID for Smart Markets and Self-Checkout Gains Traction

    By Claire Swedberg

    Nordic ID and Avery Dennison are offering RFID technology that is more effective, flexible and low-cost than RFID systems of the past, enabling retailers to begin installing systems that will enable customers to make purchases and access product content without the need for sales personnel.

  • IoT Driving Entertainment Experiences at Theme Parks, Malls

    By Claire Swedberg

    ITEC Entertainment is providing personalized experiences, guest flow data and equipment maintenance, all with data collected from IoT-based sensors.

  • Ocean Floor Data Transmitted With Help from Lobsters

    By Claire Swedberg

    Research company Gloucester Innovation and the Massachusetts Lobstermen Association are building a network to track the health and conditions of the sea bed, using Sigfox LPWAN transmissions to capture data from sensors mounted in lobster traps.

  • RFID in Aerospace and Defense 2018 Report

    By Rich Handley

    View the presentations from RFID Journal's recent conference and exhibition, held in Arlington, Va.

  • Conferences Gaining Intelligence With RFID, BLE

    By Claire Swedberg

    Digital solutions companies such as Kindle Communications are building systems—often using RFID for automated data collection—that provide better experiences for conference attendees, as well as analytics for event managers to help them understand each individual's experience at the show, and the results after they left.

  • Active RFID Tracks Conditions for Exhibits Worldwide

    By Claire Swedberg

    Fortecho Solutions' 433 MHz-based technology ensures the best conditions for artwork at five of the largest art institutes in the world, as well as mobile and private collections, leveraging RFID transmission technology from Wavetrend.

  • RFID Detects Food Safety With Innovation from MIT Media Lab Research

    By Claire Swedberg

    Companies are preparing to test the system to enable the detection of contaminants in food, such as melamine in baby food or methanol in liquor, with off-the-shelf UHF tags and a modified RFID reader.

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