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FEBRUARY 2019

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Valuable information to help you plan your RFID
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RFID Tracks Goods at 750 French Menswear Stores
Russian Lock Company Provides Phone-based Home Access
NXP's Smart Market Demonstrates RFID for Shopping Experience
Daimler, BAE Systems to Keynote at RFID Journal LIVE! 2019
UHF RFID Reader Systems Capture Laundry Tags in Motion
Schreiner Protech's Globally Usable RFID Label for Metal
RFID Enables Consumers to Manage Carbon Footprint at Stores
Wiliot Unveils Passive Bluetooth Sensor
 
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Editor's Note

The State of Omnichannel Retailing
By Mark Roberti
The concept of buying via any channel is catching on, but challenges will expand as more shoppers buy items online and pick them up in-store, or buy those goods in-store and have them shipped to their home or another store location.
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Expert View

Real-time Location Based Services:
Four Predictions for 2019

By Fabio Belloni
This year will bring larger-scale rollouts, new market players, a growing number of partnerships, higher precision levels and broader interoperability among technologies.
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Premium Content

NFC Helps Track Medication Use in Clinical Trials
Schreiner MediPharm has released its Smart Vial Kit for clinical trial testing, which uses printed electronics to capture and store sensor data related to when a medical device was removed, as well as NFC technology to transmit that data for review and analysis on an app.
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Are There Any Use Cases Involving the Tagging
of More Than 2 Million Pieces?

Question: "Have any companies had such an experience yet with RFID? If so, to what uses is the technology being applied?"
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The 2019 RFID + Integration Guide
Many retailers are promoting omnichannel initiatives to offer their services and products to more consumers on more marketing platforms. Cybra's Sheldon Reich explains how to prepare for retailer mandates with a well-thought-out strategy, how to start an RFID pilot and how to turn it into a success for your operation, with insights into the intricacies of EPC mandates and RFID implementations.
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Top News


RFID Tracks Goods at 750 French Menswear
Stores

Celio has completed one of France's largest passive UHF RFID deployments, using a solution from Nedap to track all products to prevent out-of-stocks and help store associates better manage their inventory locally, while enabling omnichannel sales.
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Russian Lock Company Provides Phone-based
Home Access

Guardian's system employs NFC and BLE technologies to enable home owners to unlock their doors without the use of a physical key, simply by coming within range of a door or tapping a phone near a lock.
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NXP's Smart Market Demonstrates RFID
for Shopping Experience

The market at the recent Consumer Electronics Show featured wearable NFC and UHF RFID wristbands and a variety of solutions for engaging with consumers, enabling them to purchase goods and providing inventory accuracy for stores and brands.
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Daimler, BAE Systems to Keynote at RFID
Journal LIVE! 2019

The two industrial firms will present in-depth case studies at RFID Journal's 17th annual event, to be held on Apr. 2-4 in Phoenix, Ariz.
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UHF RFID Reader Systems Capture Laundry
Tags in Motion

Datamars' new UHF Portal Plus is designed to read up to 500 tags on textiles as they are transported at average walking speed, without requiring users to stop or open and close cabinet doors, while the UHF Open Tunnel reader fits directly on top of a conveyor to interrogate tags as they move through the packing process.
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Schreiner Protech Unveils Globally Usable
RFID Label for Metal Applications

The German manufacturer of labels for engineering-based industries has announced its ((rfid))-DistaFerr Global label, which has an integrated, dual-band antenna capable of reading both ETSI (in Europe) and FCC (in the United States and Asia) frequency bands.
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RFID Solution Enables Consumers to
Manage Carbon Footprint at Stores

Ecoingot's IoT-based system employs blockchain technology and HF RFID-based connectivity from Compass Marketing, enabling shoppers to gain information regarding the carbon emissions related to products before making a purchase, and to purchase credits or offset carbon use, via the company's app and a public ledger.
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Wiliot Unveils Passive Bluetooth Sensor

The innovative semiconductor firm has also announced that it has raised an additional $30 million in funding from Avery Dennison, Amazon Web Services and Samsung Venture Investment.
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