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RFID is on the rise – and DENSO joins in: Experts for mobile data capture at the 'RFID & Wireless iOT tomorrow 2017'

RFID is on the rise – and DENSO joins in: Experts for mobile data capture at the 'RFID & Wireless iOT tomorrow 2017'

Companies are willing to invest in the digital transformation of their business. This was recently shown in the results of the 'Digital Change Study' done by business software provider IFS.

Increased requirements in retail – DENSO scores with innovative scanners and handheld terminals

Increased requirements in retail – DENSO scores with innovative scanners and handheld terminals

Customers have high expectations of retail businesses nowadays. In order to make shopping in a retail store an experience, retail companies must have full control not only at the point of sale (POS), but also in the warehouse for the inventory processes.....

How fast are Retailers adopting RFID?

How fast are Retailers adopting RFID?

By Dean Frew, CTO and SVP RFID Solutions, SML RFID.

According to recent news, statistics and insight from industry experts about the apparel business and omnichannel retailing, universal RFID adoption is a done deal within the industry. Or is it?

Avery Dennison RFID announces partnership with Target

Avery Dennison RFID announces partnership with Target

Avery Dennison has announced a global Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) partnership agreement with Target Corporation, as part of Target's deployment of RFID technology to more than 1,600 stores to help maximise inventory availability and deliver an enhanced guest experience.

Harting Integrated Industry solutions featuring RFID systems and smart digital retrofit systems

Harting Integrated Industry solutions featuring RFID systems and smart digital retrofit systems

At the Industry 4.0 summit, Manchester Central Convention Complex, 4-5 April 2017, Harting (stand V25) will show its range of Industry 4.0 solutions, incorporating Modular Integrated Computer Architecture for industrial networking, and RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) systems.

Red Ledge launches open RFID- and IIoT-ready asset management system

Red Ledge launches open RFID- and IIoT-ready asset management system

Software application and engineering company Red Ledge is launching a new asset management system (AMS) with open access to all RFID readers – bypassing the manufacturers' proprietary Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) - and to multiple Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) devices including all types of sensor, GPRS and RFID tags.

Auburn University RFID Lab certifies Tageos EOS-400 in all 11 categories

Auburn University RFID Lab certifies Tageos EOS-400 in all 11 categories

Tageos, the RFID tag manufacturer of 100% paper-based UHF RFID labels, has announced the successful completion of product testing in the ARC program at the Auburn University RFID lab.

SML RFID Group charts significant RFID expansion; opens three new Technology Centres

SML RFID Group charts significant RFID expansion; opens three new Technology Centres

As the global retail market continues its march to adopt RFID, SML RFID is opening three new RFID Solution Innovation Centres, and has launched two RFID Retail pop up stores demonstrations over the past few weeks to satisfy the industry's growing appetite for information, guidance and production.

RFID system simplifies access control for operating personnel at machines and plants

RFID system simplifies access control for operating personnel at machines and plants

With its new Simatic RF1000 RFID system, Siemens is offering a flexible, simple solution to monitor access to machines and plants using the new Simatic RF1060R reader.

The new cost of food spoilage

The new cost of food spoilage

By Terry Myers, CEO Infratab, Inc.

Farmers are starting to rethink spoilage. Climate change, increasing land, water, labour costs, and new laws are forcing greater efficiency in harvest, cooling, and distribution, not only to prevent spoilage, but to maximise profitability.