Retailers should try out artificial intelligence and cashierless stores to determine whether the benefits outweigh the personal touch of human employees.
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An industry consultant offers his nostalgic view of how college campus ID cards evolved to incorporating mobile technologies.
The connectivity products solutions company will leverage RFID data from SML's Clarity system to track goods through the supply chain and provide a digital twin of a garment's lifespan beyond purchase.
A solution developed at Carnegie Mellon's WiTech Lab includes an array of flexible antennas woven into fabric, such as furniture upholstery, that can identify location within a few centimeters and also detect non-tagged items.
Charging network managers and equipment manufacturers should be well-informed when deploying an RFID solution.
According to Retail Info Systems, the ubiquitous machine-readable identifier is finally fading into obsolescence as retailers embrace cutting-edge technologies like RFID.
Artificial intelligence vendors are making promises about providing track and trace through computer vision. Is this a threat to radio frequency identification?
The impact of digital transformation has less to do with technology and more to do with the people who use it.
The companies will explore long-term opportunities around propulsion systems, autopilot communication, data sharing and real-time monitoring.