- RFID News Roundup
Smartrac, Compass Marketing partner on smart retail labeling ••• China Eastern Airlines adds RFID for tracking luggage at Shanghai airports ••• Swift Sensors joins Zebra's PartnerConnect Program ••• iDTRONIC releases RFID solution for forklifts ••• MachNation publishes IoT device-management score-card ••• Element Materials Technology to provide Zigbee Alliance certification testing ••• Ericsson, Telia pilot dedicated cellular network for Internet of Things.
- Confra Lovers Invests in the Customer Experience
The Brazilian company, which operates as a pop-up store, has been using radio frequency identification to increase sales by providing a better experience to its visitors.
- RFID Paper Turns the Page on Label and Card Printing
ISBC's new standard paper, with embedded NFC, HF or UHF tags, can be designed, ordered and printed according to customer demand, so that the tags can be cut directly from the paper as needed, and at a low cost.
- NFC Tracks Passive Refrigeration for Low-Carbon-Footprint Deliveries
Cold-chain solutions company Cold&Co has teamed up with Blulog to provide a system for tracking temperatures in thermal, lightweight containers during the last mile of food delivery to customers.
- Sensormatic Releases SaaS Loss-Prevention and Inventory-Management System
The company's RFID- and BLE-based TrueVUE solution is designed to offer a low cost of entry for retailers looking to use RFID to track stock and capture shrinkage data in order to improve inventory accuracy.
- Adler Modemarkte Rolls Out RFID Robot Across 45 Stores
After several years of piloting the technology to prove it can bring automated inventory visibility to its stores, the fashion retailer is expanding MetraLabs' TORY robotic technology this summer, with plans to equip all 175 shops by 2021.
- Companies Focus on Consumer Experience at RetailX
Several solutions that utilize RFID can be integrated with augmented reality and other innovations, such as for triggering informative screens.
- BSN Launches Low-Cost Printed RFID Tag
At RFID Journal LIVE! Retail, the company announced an electronically printed, silicon-free tagging method with NFC functionality.
- Inventory Accuracy: The Key to Retail Success
At RetailX, speakers explained why having real-time control of what's in stock depends on technology and how this can create competitive winners in business.
- RFID News Roundup
SML, Microsoft collaborate to provide item-level retail RFID solutions; BSN intros RFID-based anticounterfeiting system, implements PragmatIC flexible ICs; CoreRFID provides Serco with access cards for railway service; Onset releases BLE temperature loggers; Advantech selects BehrTech wireless connectivity software for its IoT sensor platform; NFC Forum certifies Infineon's NFC Type 4B tags; The Foschini Group deploys RFID solution from RIoT Insight.
- RetailX Begins With RFID Journal LIVE! Retail
As the event opened this week in Chicago, RFID Journal editor Mark Roberti spoke about the growth of radio frequency identification as a business tool.
- Solving Retail Challenges via RFID
At RetailX, consultants and experts from such organizations as GS1 US and Auburn University discussed how the use of radio frequency identification favors business.
- New Retail Kiosk Enables RFID-based Sales
Stora Enso's Intelligent Cabinet features an RFID reader and an antenna to capture the unique ID numbers of tagged goods, enabling un-manned sales for food, beverages or other consumer goods by retailers in such places as office buildings, malls and schools.
- Smart Packaging Industry Estimated to Reach $6 Billion By 2023
At a recent AIPIA event, Smithers Pira addressed how inventory control, validity, authenticity, security and the consumer experience will all be impacted by technologies such as RFID; other companies presented their latest innovations.
- Under Armour to Present at RFID Journal LIVE! Retail 2019
Three teammates from the global footwear and sportswear company will share how its RFID program is helping to elevate its world-class supply chain and retail experience.