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.
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.
At RetailX, consultants and experts from such organizations as GS1 US and Auburn University discussed how the use of radio frequency identification favors business.
There will be some great case studies by retailers and brand owners that are already achieving significant benefits with radio frequency identification.
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.
An RFID system to ensure the correct usage of security equipment in the electrical sector won the Best Poster award at this year's IEEE conference, which was co-located with RFID Journal LIVE! 2019.
The presentation the company delivered at RFID Journal LIVE! 2019 offers valuable lessons to any business that wants to deploy an RFID solution successfully.
Retailers at a luncheon hosted by GS1 and the Auburn University RFID Lab seemed to truly value being able to connect with others with whom they don't compete.
Every time I host an RFID Journal LIVE! event, I learn a few things about the technology that I didn't know.
Here are a few tips for companies attending next week's RFID Journal LIVE! event that can ensure your RFID project gets off to a good start.