Paragon ID is teaming with IoT solutions company Apitrak to diversify its solutions to include RFID, BLE and other technologies, as well as sensors, to reach more industries worldwide.
Last year, the clothing retailer and manufacturer sold two million apparel items representing 36,000 SKUs, a volume that demands greater visibility of inventory throughout the entire supply chain.
University Hospital Plymouth NHS Trust has begun tagging and tracking equipment that moves around its eight-story facility in order to reduce search times, ensure the safe and timely maintenance and cleaning of items, and decrease the need for redundant purchasing.
4e Antenna's Finnish production site will be able to produce a billion paper antennas for RFID tag companies, using a laser-cutting method and pure aluminum, thus eliminating chemical etching processes and waste, while the antenna makes tags recyclable.
Nordic ID has designed its HH85 UHF RFID reader to be lightweight, useable with gloves and able to withstand drops of up to 1.6 meters, with a battery life of at least two full-time work shifts.
Texas-based Frame Source Group offers an app that works with RFID to let its optometrist customers view its inventory of eyeglass frames, thereby reducing shrinkage and labor time, while helping brands and its sales office ensure products are available.
The For Boys For Girls store chain has invested in greater efficiency and agility through radio frequency identification technology.
As the post-pandemic world undergoes major transformations, deployments of radio frequency identification technologies may become even more necessary.
Checkpoint Systems' Inventory Quarantine solution for retailers and distribution centers automates the process of isolating apparel handled in fitting rooms or returned by a customer, until any COVID-19 transmission risk has passed.
A white paper from Avery Dennison, produced in partnership with RFID Journal, addresses market trends and opportunities.