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SensThys Releases $49 RFID Antenna
RFID Tracks Specialty Drugs Through Pharmaceutical Network
Skiers Gain Art-Decorated RFID for Lift Access at Granite Peak
Final Round of Brazil-ID Program Prepares Country for the IoT
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Learning from Target
By Mark Roberti
The retailer, which has embraced RFID as a core of its omnichannel strategy, is setting traffic and sales records, while laggards struggle to develop a coherent strategy for retailing in the 21st century.
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Smart Retail
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Smart devices, RFID and the Internet of Things are on the rise in retail, providing new and better ways to meet the needs of connected shoppers.
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Superdry Rolls Out RFID Across Some U.K.,
All U.S. Stores

Following a three-month pilot of RFID technology for inventory management at five of its stores, the British fashion brand found that revenue was up due to improved inventory accuracy and product availability for customers.
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How Is RFID Being Used in Oil and Gas?
Question: "Can you please provide some examples of radio frequency identification technology being employed in this sector?"
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The EPC Mandate ROI Guide
CYBRA has published this e-book, written by Sheldon R. Reich, to help retail manufacturers and distributors understand the intricacies of RFID implementation and EPC mandates, as well as how to benefit from such mandates. Aspects highlighted include how RFID can benefit retail brand owners, how to move an RFID pilot to production and the five-step plan for RFID deployment success.
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EPC-enabled Item-Level RFID Study Results

Sept. 25, 2018, 2:00 to 3:00 PM ET
Project Zipper, an EPC-enabled item-level RFID supply chain brand and retailer data-exchange study, took a hands-on investigatory approach to analyzing and evaluating the benefits of using EPC RFID technologies in retail. This webinar will provide a summary of the first phase's study findings. The study, which included participation from 14 retail trading partners, looked at pick and pack accuracy, outbound receiving, inbound order consensus reconciliation, and the impact of achieving order matching accuracy.
Presenters: Patrick Javick, GS1 US; Bill Hardgrave, Auburn University; Justin Patton, Auburn University RFID Lab
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SensThys Releases $49 RFID Antenna
The new product is part of the company's effort to drive down the cost and complexity of RFID installations, which also includes the acquisition of IoT software company Digame Systems, enabling software development to aid in that effort.
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RFID Tracks Specialty Drugs Through
Pharmaceutical Network

Asembia has deployed a UHF RFID-based solution to track the movement and status of specialty medications as they flow from the distribution center to pharmacies and to patients, thereby preventing the dispensing of expired products.
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Skiers Gain Art-Decorated RFID for Lift Access
at Granite Peak

The system, provided by SKIDATA, will allow season- and day-pass owners to access the resort and lifts hands-free using an RFID card, and to utilize the same pass (which features artwork from a different local artist each year) to collect loyalty points and engage with the resort later in the season.
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Final Round of Brazil-ID Program Prepares
Country for the IoT

Several Internet of Things-based services may use the same infrastructure that currently serves merely to collect tolls.
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RFID News Roundup
Telaeris intros RFID-enabled Android handheld security badge reader; Identiv joins RAIN RFID Alliance; Gallup, Urbanova launch people-centered smart-city platform; C3 IoT, Google Cloud announce partnership to accelerate IoT app development; Murata invests in MEMS sensor manufacturing in Finland.
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RFID technology is being deployed at stores and warehouses around the world to improve item-level inventory management and supply chain tracking. This one-day event is designed to help retailers and brand owners learn how RFID could benefit them. Case studies will be presented by retailers and suppliers already using RFID technologies.
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at the Helen Mills Theater in New York City.
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RFID technology is being deployed at large and midsize companies to improve efficiencies, enhance visibility, reduce shrinkage and achieve other significant business benefits. This one-day event (with a day of training prior to the event) is designed to help companies considering using RFID technology to address real business challenges, determine the best RFID technology for their needs, learn best practices from early adopters, find the right technology partners and move forward with adoption.
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RFID in Aerospace and Defense is aimed at helping companies in these sectors to comply with customer requirements and use RFID technology internally to achieve significant benefits. Case studies will be presented by aerospace and defense companies already using RFID.
Register now—the event will take place on Dec. 12
at the Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City in Arlington, Va.
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