Logistics service provider Kloosterboer has deployed RFID to track and trace products from the harsh elements of the Bering Sea to the Netherlands. The RFID solution, developed by Ferm RFID and KPN, utilizes an extreme RFID tag with optimal performance in the extreme conditions of the frozen food supply chain. A waterproof tag was developed that is able to withstand extreme conditions (water, ice, -26 ?C) and still enable fast and 100 percent accurate read performance at long reading distance. This video provides an in-depth summary of the solution.
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Fishers, the commercial laundry and textile rental business, has launched a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with the University of Strathclyde to help the company better capitalize on its innovative RFID enabled bed linen and towels. Fishers embeds all of its high end “ZHEN” bed linen and towels with RFID tags that allow Fishers and its customers [...]
Target has aggressively pursued RFID technology over the past several years. It’s no secret that the giant retailer’s deployment to more than 1,600 stores in 2016 represents retail’s largest rollout. Now, we know that Target is sourcing its tags from Avery Dennison. Avery announced this week that its partnership with Target includes deployment of RFID [...]
RFID is on the rise. In Kurt Salmon’s first large retail study of RFID in 2014, 34 percent of respondents had either implemented or were piloting RFID. Today, that number has more than doubled to 73 percent. Part of the reason for the significant growth in RFID use is that more and more retailers have [...]