The general merchandise giant is using the technology to manage apparel inventory, while issuing a mandate that its home products suppliers provide tagged goods by September 2022.
The RFID company will leverage Sumzed's in-store digital experience system as part of its Clarity item-level tracking solution as it seeks to address retailers' demand for such technology.
Barcelona-based shoemaker Viscata is working with Newmine to offset the impact of recent challenges by reducing the amount of product that ends up being returned.
By acquiring its fellow technology company, HID anticipates growth into hospitality-related textile-management solutions globally, providing systems for uniforms and linen management, as well as laundry services.
With a solution from Haco RFID, the company has reduced the cost of inventory counts, while improving its business processes using GS1 standards.
Despite the pandemic and supply chain delays, the industry is experiencing growth, with 2022 forecast to see a $600 million rise in value, while the study finds a need for greater standardization and education to meet the technology's potential.
Under Armour boosts efficiency chain-wide via RFID; Semtech intros LoRaWAN integration for Arson Metering solution; Renesas develops new write technologies for IoT applications; MicroAI software protects IoT devices from cybersecurity attacks; Dell, Litmus partner on IoT-based smart manufacturing solution.
Based on input from more than 500 apparel retail decision-makers, the report examines the impacts of COVID-19 on the industry, as well as the current sentiment regarding growth prospects and the challenges in bouncing back.
NTK Confecções has been reaping the benefits of iTAG's radio frequency identification technology, and the company is now expanding its deployment.
The Amsterdam-based fashion retailer has gained greater inventory visibility, enabling it to fulfill omnichannel purchases throughout Europe and North America.