For SMBs, the upfront investment required for RFID systems used to be cost-prohibitive, but prices are now trending down, making the technology viable.
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.
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.
The two-year TRACE project, led by a consortium that includes PragmatIC Semiconductor, will monitor NFC-tagged beverage bottles and food trays as they are sold, returned to a store, cleaned and then reused.
The acquisition will place Beontag among the largest RFID label producers globally, with a planned capacity of five billion labels, leveraging Confidex's ticketing and industrial tag products and its China-based manufacturing site.
The retail sector is on the fast track to a transformed shopping experience.
The new plant will provide radio frequency identification solutions for the growing market in Latin America.
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.
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