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Smartrac announces comprehensive Green Tag Program, taking a holistic approach

Smartrac announces comprehensive Green Tag Program, taking a holistic approach

Smartrac has unveiled its Green Tag Program to the public. In addition to its existing commitment to minimise any possible ecological impact of its manufacturing processes, the RFID and IoT pacesetter has taken on an obligation to manufacture RFID products that live up to a true sustainability promise even under strict Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) scrutiny.

Siemens extends RFID portfolio with compact reader for space-saving uses

Siemens extends RFID portfolio with compact reader for space-saving uses

Siemens is extending its range of Simatic RF600 ultra-high frequency (UHF) devices to include a new RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) reader. The Simatic RF615R comes with a particularly compact design (133 x 155 x 45 millimeters), an internal, circularly polarised antenna and an additional external antenna connection.

Coming soon: SP1 RFID sled by DENSO

Coming soon: SP1 RFID sled by DENSO

Radio frequency identification (RFID) is delivering a boost in sales for retailers by an average of 1.5 to 5.5 percent, while increasing inventory accuracy by about 20 to 30 per cent, according to the study “Measuring the impact of RFID in Retailing: Key lessons from 10 case-study companies”, which was conducted by Adrian Beck, an emeritus professor at the University of Leicester.

How to supercharge the retail customer experience and revenue with RFID

How to supercharge the retail customer experience and revenue with RFID

By Alan Tamny, Global Product Management, Checkpoint Systems.

How can retailers maintain or even thrive in an environment in which brick and mortar sales and profits have become more challenging?

Lowe Rental extends RFID system to Asia

Lowe Rental extends RFID system to Asia

Supplier of rented fridges, freezers and catering equipment – Lowe Rental – is extending its use of RFID tracking to its Far East and Gulf operations after successfully deploying the technology in Europe.

Nortech's Transit Ultimate for demanding access control applications

Nortech's Transit Ultimate for demanding access control applications

People and vehicle access control specialist Nortech is now offering a robust long-range reader based on semi active RFID technology, which enables automatic vehicle identification at distances of up to 10 metres and speeds of up to 125 mph.

The key to RFID and barcoding: Knowing when to use each one

The key to RFID and barcoding: Knowing when to use each one

According to the Smithsonian, the first barcode was written in sand in Miami by inventor Joe Woodland – decades before technology could bring his vision to life.

Checkpoint announces its first in-store underfloor RFID solution

Checkpoint announces its first in-store underfloor RFID solution

As physical stores look to push the boundaries of retail design, demand for non-intrusive security systems at the store entrance/exit is growing.

SML Group unveils small form factor retail RFID inlays powered by NXP’s UCODE 8 chip

SML Group unveils small form factor retail RFID inlays powered by NXP’s UCODE 8 chip

Retail RFID solutions provider SML Group introduced what it describes as the first production ready small form factor RFID inlay for the retail industry using the super high sensitive RFID chip, UCODE 8, from NXP.

Complete ‘One-Stop-Shop’ passive RFID solution announced by PervasID

Complete ‘One-Stop-Shop’ passive RFID solution announced by PervasID

PervasID has launched a single supplier complete RFID Inventory, Portal & Checkout end-to-end solution. This delivers hugely reduced costs to deploy across wide areas, and provides real time monitoring for retailers, and the healthcare and security sectors.

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