RFID Journal recently held its 20th annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available from the event's keynotes and general sessions, along with several of the conference tracks.
With the RFID Journal LIVE! 2022 conference and exhibition now completed, we've got several online events scheduled this year for companies in the retail, apparel, healthcare and manufacturing sectors.
Urmi Group is an RFID Journal Awards finalist for its deployment of a system that automatically tracks yarn movements through storage, knitting and dyeing to prevent production delays and misplaced materials.
More than 80 end users and RFID experts will speak at this year's event regarding the technology's benefits for retail, apparel, manufacturing, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, food and agriculture, defense, aviation, energy and other sectors.
Clothing retailer Charanga deploys Nedap RFID platform; TSC Printronix Auto ID intros mobile RFID printer; Arm adds processors to its IoT product portfolio; Vubiq Networks awarded RFID technology patent; Memfault, Dimension Four partner on IoT smart devices.
A solution from Murata ID Solutions is boosting efficiency and reducing errors for global fashion company Liu Jo, by identifying goods entering and leaving its distribution center.
The new plant will provide radio frequency identification solutions for the growing market in Latin America.
Companies such as DHL and FedEx are using ReverseLogix's software-as-a-service to improve returns processing, leveraging QR codes (or potentially RFID tags) to ensure goods are quickly received, inspected and either recycled or returned to the supply chain for resale.
Etam is delivering services to its customers that include omnichannel sales and its Try@Home app, leveraging an RFID solution from Avery Dennison Smartrac to bring visibility to the supply chain as garments are ordered, shipped or returned.
Andrew Tashiro, the apparel retailer's senior director of omnichannel and inventory, will discuss how Carter's is using RFID at all its 750 stores to improve inventory accuracy, spur omnichannel sales growth and improve operational efficiencies.