The implementation of technology from iTag has enabled the identification of packaging used by customers, especially for a company in the dairy sector.
An RFID Journal Virtually LIVE! panel, held with authorities, entrepreneurs and executives from that nation, shows market expansion.
The Polish company says it will be able to produce and ship about 170 million UHF, NFC and HF RFID tags a year to start, for use in smart packaging, with the aim of bringing nearly any product online.
Vanderlei Ferreira spoke to IoP Journal about the Brazilian RFID landscape; he will join a panel discussion on the topic at next week's RFID Journal Virtually LIVE! event.
The company has adopted an Internet of Things-based RFID solution to eliminate the risk of criminals reusing discarded packaging for the purpose of selling counterfeit and potentially dangerous products.
Companies that want to add RFID to their product offerings can sign up for free.
The GS1 Registry Platform enables product information to be shared throughout the supply chain and with customers via RFID, barcodes and digital printing.
As companies move to maximize production, protect intellectual property, and navigate complex domestic and international regulatory hurdles, many are turning to radio frequency identification.
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Solutions developed by companies specializing in product identification and tracking are becoming key tools in the post-COVID-19 world.