Imagine you have learned about this cool technology called RAIN RFID*, and it seems to be just the right solution to one of your problems. Verify shipments at an e-commerce facility, track equipment through a hospital or register waste bins in a municipality. Name it. …

Impinj recently launched the M700 series of RAIN RFID label ICs (Integrated Circuits, the chip containing data on the RAIN RFID label). …

When having deployed RAIN RFID tags to enhance your operation, you don’t want to realise that suddenly large quantities of tags are not working anymore.

This is a scenario that is not unthinkable if the tags haven’t been protected properly. …

There is currently a huge wave of RFID adoption going on in fashion and apparel retail. This growth is largely based on a business case that can be easily made: the need for accurate stock data is critical for today’s retailers; while at the same time the operating cost for…

Who would have thought ten years ago that we would have an — almost invisible — functioning ‘computer’ in a piece of clothing being sold for less than ten Euro? Technology has become significantly more advanced, more engrained in our everyday life and more invisible. …

In the past few months all three major label IC vendors announced new products. Impinj launched the Monza R6-A, NXP the UCODE 8 and Alien the Higgs EC. …

When you are adopting RFID technology as identification technology, the initial feeling is that all data capture processes should be done with RFID. Whereas this is a logical first response, this isn’t always the most effective way of working.

RFID is really strong in identifying a large number of items…

Most RFID deployments in retail today are closed-loop solutions that have the initial use cases covered by one software vendor. …

Danny Haak

Making RFID in retail happen at Nedap Retail. Product management. Loves travelling. Geek.

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