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JULY 2019

RFID Journal Europe
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Valuable information to help you plan your RFID
deployment and determine the potential ROI:

IATA Mandates RFID Use on Baggage for Airlines, Airports
Adler Modemarkte Rolls Out RFID Robot Across 45 Stores
New Retail Kiosk Enables RFID-based Sales
RFID Enables Automatic Replenishment for Dutch Retailer
RFID in Manufacturing: Virtual Event Presentations Now Online
Brother Int'l Deploys BLE to Track Garment Ink Agitation
Smart Packaging Industry Estimated to Reach $6 Billion By 2023
NFC Tracks Refrigeration for Low-Carbon-Footprint Deliveries
 
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Editor's Note

Thoughts on the Impinj-NXP Legal Battle
By Mark Roberti
The patent-infringement case should not have much of an impact on users of RFID technology.
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Expert View

No-Deal Brexit Poses Severe Regulatory
Challenges for RFID Suppliers in the U.K.

By Ronald E. Quirk
Since a Brexit deal appears unlikely, RFID suppliers must be prepared for the coming changes.
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Expert View

Logistics, U.K. Trade and the Super 5G Network
By Andre Gwilliam
How will 5G connectivity boost Britain's markets and logistics sector, and how might such networks underpin U.K.-U.S. trade strategies?
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Does Passive UHF RFID Harm Humans?
Question: "Is it possible to access an article reporting the health effects of people who use RFID technology intensively, such as the plates used in libraries?"
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Top News


IATA Mandates RFID Use on Baggage for
Airlines, Airports

After more than a decade of study and recommendations, the International Air Transport Association has voted to require the use of UHF RFID on air-travel baggage to prevent the mishandling of bags.
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Adler Modemarkte Rolls Out RFID Robot
Across 45 Stores

After several years of piloting the technology to prove it can bring automated inventory visibility to its stores, the fashion retailer is expanding MetraLabs' TORY robotic technology this summer, with plans to equip all 175 shops by 2021.
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New Retail Kiosk Enables RFID-based Sales

Stora Enso's Intelligent Cabinet features an RFID reader and an antenna to capture the unique ID numbers of tagged goods, enabling un-manned sales for food, beverages or other consumer goods by retailers in such places as office buildings, malls and schools.
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RFID Enables Automatic Replenishment for
Dutch Retailer

Wild Store is leveraging RFID technology from RFKeeper at its distribution center and at two stores to gain visibility into where goods are located, thereby automating the ordering of new inventory and offering goods for sale from its Web shop.
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RFID in Manufacturing: Virtual Event
Presentations Now Available

Hear how manufacturing firms are using RFID to achieve business benefits.
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Brother International Deploys BLE Solution
to Track Garment Ink Agitation

The BlueHound system, developed by Bastian Solutions in partnership with Quuppa, uses BLE beacon technology to identify when ink agitation machines are in operation, thereby ensuring a high-quality ink product for direct-to-garment printing.
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Smart Packaging Industry Estimated to Reach
$6 Billion By 2023

At a recent AIPIA event, Smithers Pira addressed how inventory control, validity, authenticity, security and the consumer experience will all be impacted by technologies such as RFID; other companies presented their latest innovations.
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NFC Tracks Passive Refrigeration for
Low-Carbon-Footprint Deliveries

Cold-chain solutions company Cold&Co has teamed up with Blulog to provide a system for tracking temperatures in thermal, lightweight containers during the last mile of food delivery to customers.
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