In a new report, Frost & Sullivan predicts that yearly RFID revenue will reach $5.4 billion in 2020, due to increased omnichannel sales fueled by better understanding of the technology by retailers, more online purchases, and the increased tagging of goods by product manufacturers.
The new 2014B IC, designed for tolling applications, supports 128-bit encryption and, the company says, the ability to be read at highway speeds.
By adopting integrated RFID hangtags, the apparel industry can achieve an attractive branded look and lower tagging costs.
EM Microelectronic's new dual-interface chip could enable inlay manufacturers to sell products that can be read using EPC UHF readers for tracking inventory, and by NFC-enabled phones or tablets in stores by consumers or store personnel.
The results, released this week, found that 78 percent of retailers received at least some RFID-tagged merchandise (primarily apparel and footwear), with those retailers receiving, on average, 47 percent of those goods with EPC UHF RFID inlays.
How to use EPCIS to share information with business partners.
The new guideline assigns grades to EPC UHF RFID tag specifications so that a supplier can tag its products with an RFID label that meets all the needs of retailers selling those products in their stores.
By employing a simple coding scheme, you can quickly identify where items in your supply chain were manufactured, and ensure that your customs declarations are accurate.
National Museum Wales has developed the Culture Beacon app that will be used at numerous museums, castles and schools to present more information to visitors, based on their location.
EPCIS 1.1 connects the life cycle of a finished product to its raw materials.