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OCT. 31, 2019 | FEATURED NEWS
RFID Pours Beer at Shopping Market
NFC Technology Protects Brands Against Piracy
How Fort Bragg Improved Its Asset Tracking With RFID
GSM Logistica Reduces Costs via RFID
RFID News Roundup

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Listening, Learning and Getting RFID Right
By Mark Roberti
Companies often rush into a quick solution without educating themselves about RFID, and that is a mistake.
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With so many Internet of Things devices in use throughout the world, it's vital to manage identities and access during a company's digital transformation.
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RFID Pours Beer at Shopping Market
Lynn Street Market, a corner grocery in Danville, Va., opened this month with a 12-tap beer wall that allows shoppers to pour their own drink by tapping an RFID card against the wall's readers to control and pay for their pour into a glass or growler.
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NFC Technology Protects Brands Against Piracy
Several companies are utilizing HID Global's Trusted Tag services, which combine cloud authentication with Near Field Communication tags to identify counterfeit products.
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How Fort Bragg Improved Its Asset Tracking With RFID
RFID Journal recently hosted a webinar with Vizinex RFID and SmarTrack, the video and slides from which are now available online.
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GSM Logistica Reduces Costs via RFID
Prior to the deployment, the company's processes relied on manual, error-prone, high-cost manual barcode operations.
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RFID News Roundup
Smartrac offers UHF RFID beer keg tags; JADAK unveils RFID starter kit; HID Global helps BigWise add fingerprint biometric authentication to POS solution; Traxens selects AVSystem IoT platform for smart container management; Nordic Semiconductor intros modem based on its LTE-M/NB-IoT SiP; Thingstream launches connectivity solution for LoRaWAN networks; OptConnect adds Banyan Hills Technologies' IoT platform canopy to its development kits.
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