GS1 US's implementation guideline provides recommendations for companies producing, transporting or storing RFID-tagged products, to help them leverage and share read-based data, improve shipment accuracy and eliminate returns.
Presentations and recordings are now available for the remaining conference tracks from RFID Journal's 20th annual conference and exhibition, recently held in Las Vegas.
The Internet of Things enables applications in a variety of sectors, from healthcare and industrial to home automation, environmental monitoring, retail and more.
Unilever has begun offering its Ice Cream Shop mobile stores in West Hollywood, leveraging Robomart's vehicles and app with a UHF RFID system to detect what products are in stock and when customers select them.
The company is rolling out a pilot of tech-enabled in-store shopping solutions at U.S. stores, including payment and checkout options, personalized styling facilitated by smart mirrors, and upgraded delivery and return options.
During a recent Zebra study, around 85 percent of warehouse managers indicated plans to prioritize automation technology, such as machine learning, AI and RFID, within the next three years.
RFID Journal recently held its 20th annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available from the event's keynotes and general sessions, along with several of the conference tracks.
A headless approach can boost flexibility and performance, while enabling companies to tailor content and improve the user experience.
The new tags provide automatic identification and sensing capabilities for a variety of products, from metallic packed goods and small form-factor products to items that must be read from multiple orientations.
ControlTek's InFlight RFID EAS system leverages lidar time-of-flight data to identify products leaving a store, the speed and direction in which they are moving, and how many people might be involved, indicating organized crime.