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OCT. 8, 2019 | FEATURED NEWS
Avery Dennison Targets Retail With New Mobile Printer
Smartrac Flexible On-Metal NFC Tags for Industry, Retail
Pinea Wine to Speak at RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2019
NXP Offers UWB Fine-Ranging Chipset for Mobile Devices
SML RFID Opens Retail Ideation Space in China
Retail Reload, Mainetti Partner on Omnichannel, Big Data

Editor's Note

Learning from Marks & Spencer
By Mark Roberti
The retailer, which has been using RFID in its operations for 15 years, will share some of its learnings at this year's RFID Journal LIVE! Europe event.
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Expert View

From Designing to Marketing: Major Tech Trends
Shaping the Future of Luxury Apparel and Retail

By Swamini Kulkarni
RFID, NFC, the Internet of Things and other disruptive technologies are riding the wave of the digital revolution in the luxury apparel market.
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Premium Content

Chicken Company Hatches RFID-based
Track-and-Trace Solution

Senecal has been tracking each batch of chickens processed at its Normandy facility, linking RFID data to 2D barcodes on meat packaging so stores and consumers can view data regarding each product and its origins; eventually, the chickens' lives will be monitored via barcodes.
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Ask the Experts Forum

What Does It Take to Use RFID for Loss Prevention?
Question: "How can I utilize the technology for more than just inventory accuracy?"
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White Paper

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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Isolation of RFID Waves Improves Inventory Management
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Avery Dennison Targets Retail Deployments
With Mobile Printer, Robomart Partnership

The company's new Pathfinder 6059 handheld RFID printer can create and apply RFID tags for retail goods and logistics within five seconds, while its EPC UHF RFID tags will be used on Robomart's products when the self-driving store system brings stores to customers wherever they are.
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Smartrac Intros Flexible On-Metal NFC Tags
for Industrial and Retail Sectors

The flexible, ferrite-based inlays and tags are suitable for multiple applications for which items with metallic surfaces need to be identified or interacted with.
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Pinea Wine to Speak at RFID Journal LIVE!
Europe 2019

The upscale winery will explain how it is using RFID technology to engage customers and build a loyal following.
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NXP Offers UWB Fine-Ranging Chipset
for Mobile Devices

The SR100T chipset is designed for use with payment-enabled devices featuring Near Field Communication and Secure Element hardware.
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SML RFID Opens Retail Ideation Space in China
The facility, located in Shanghai, will showcase item-level RFID technologies and applications to government leaders, business partners and retail end users.
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Retail Reload, Mainetti Partner on Omnichannel
and Big-Data Solutions

The two companies are offering retailers a solution that tracks data about goods in stores beyond inventory management, either with QR codes or using handheld or fixed RFID readers.
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FACE-TO-FACE EVENT:
RFID JOURNAL LIVE! EUROPE 2019
Nov. 13, 2019 • London, England

RFID technology is now 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 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.
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RFID JOURNAL VIDEO LIBRARY
Can Retailers Be Omnichannel-Ready Without RFID?
To satisfy consumers and effectively compete, retailers must be omnichannel-ready. Omnichannel features such as BOPIS, SfS and ROBIS are essential, yet many retailers struggle to efficiently and effectively offer a true omnichannel experience. This video presents the empirical results of an assessment of several major U.S. retailers.
Watch the Video
Speaker: Bill Hardgrave, Provost and VP, Auburn University
Duration: 46 minutes | Published: July 1, 2019
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