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AUG. 1, 2019 | FEATURED NEWS
FDA RFID Drug Pilot Planned This Summer
Retailer Rolls Out RFID Across 1,000 Stores
RFID Brings Gains to Small Apparel Brand
New RTLS Module to Cut Active UWB Tag Cost
RFID News Roundup

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FDA RFID Drug Pilot Planned This Summer
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has signed on to a six-month project with a technology firm, as well as drug companies and hospitals, to study the value of data captured from UHF RFID-tagged injectable drugs as they move from the point of manufacture to a patient.
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Retailer Rolls Out RFID Across 1,000 Stores This Year
The Foschini Group has committed to deploying RFID technology across its brands, beginning with its menswear brand Markham, throughout South Africa and beyond, in order to bring inventory accuracy above 95 percent.
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RFID Brings Gains to Small Apparel Brand
Southern Fried Cotton, which opted to leverage a technology more commonly deployed by big companies, has brought its customer chargeback rate down by 98.8 percent, increased its warehouse efficiency and achieved an ROI within less than a year.
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New RTLS Module to Cut Active UWB Tag Cost
The DWM1004, Decawave's latest module, offers a low cost and low power consumption in a 30- by 15-millimeter package, for use on assets by small and midsized companies.
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RFID News Roundup
STMicroelectronics unveils toolset to ensure IoT cyber-protection; Identiv, Schreiner Group to provide RFID inlays for medical anti-counterfeiting; ProxiGroup RFID Solutions offers site-survey system using RFID, IoT; Pod Group enables Alemetic Systems to transport valuable cargo across African jungle; Powercast's long-range wireless power technology gains three FCC approvals; Patron Technology acquires RFID cashless payments company Token Systems.
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TFG Drives Stock Accuracy With RFID
Based in South Africa, TFG operates independent chain stores and offers apparel, sportswear, jewelry, technology, accessories and cosmetics, as well as homeware and furniture under 28 brands. Learn how the firm has launched an aggressive implementation of RFID technology across all brands to achieve inventory accuracy and cost savings.
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