As radio frequency identification has evolved, the question of which form of the technology companies should deploy has transformed with it.
Brands and retailers alike are targeting IoT technologies like RFID to solve the dual challenge of making shopping more convenient for consumers while reducing the environmental impact of their operations.
With ePix's V7 Power Mapper, companies or individuals can test different RFID antennas to measure power output and thereby deploy a system that meets the demands of the environment, while adhering to local legal requirements.
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.
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The sporting goods retailer is encouraging its stores around the world to leverage RFID tracking robots from MetraLabs and Pal Robotics, while providing services for other retailers and industrial companies seeking to deploy RFID.
Companies seek more competitiveness with solutions that guarantee fast e-commerce deliveries and always well-stocked store shelves
Passive RFID technology coupled with IR sensors, provided by EPC Solutions Taiwan, manages the precise location of fine art inside narrow cabinets in the museum's storage area, automating inventory data and preventing theft in real time.
Apptricity is partnering with Shopify to provide its Internet of Things edge device, an app, and BLE or other tags as part of the Storefront app, enabling users to view the location and status of goods at their own site, in the supply chain or at a customer's store.
Developers that utilize multiple wireless technologies can improve customer-engagement efforts and boost bottom lines for retailers.