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Make the Leap
By Kenneth Sanford
How to pave the way for artificial intelligence and self-maintenance, by first optimizing your operations with predictive maintenance

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European Co-op Tries Out Various Options for Tagging Shoes
By Claire Swedberg
ANWR Group is attaching an RFID tag to each shoe in every pair, as well as to the box in which footwear is sold, to learn how EPC UHF RFID tags can improve inventory tracking, theft reduction and sales transactions.

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River Island to Deploy RFID Across All 280 Stores
By Claire Swedberg
The installation

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Venture Research Adds More Intelligence to Its Surface Reader
By Claire Swedberg
The latest version can identify not only EPC Gen 2 RFID tags, but also Bluetooth beacons, enabling companies to track tools and other assets in real time.

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Toter Dumps Wasted Time With RFID-Tagged Bins
By Claire Swedberg
The company's RFID-based ToterTrax system, which can automatically record when and where its workers deliver each waste bin, opens up a range of other possible uses.

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Brazilian Coffee Cooperative Uses RFID to Manage Inventory
By Edson Perin
Coopercam is attaching passive UHF tags to bags of beans, enabling it to track the receipt, storage and shipment of coffee.

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RFID Market for Retailers Forecast to Grow 39% Annually
By Claire Swedberg
In a new report, Frost & Sullivan predicts that yearly RFID revenue will reach $5.4 billion in 2020, due to increased omnichannel sales fueled by better understanding of the technology by retailers, more online purchases, and the increased tagging of goods by product manufacturers.

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Brazil's Von Braun Labs Brings New Secure UHF Chip, Solutions to U.S.
By Claire Swedberg
The new 2014B IC, designed for tolling applications, supports 128-bit encryption and, the company says, the ability to be read at highway speeds.

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GS1 US Survey Finds Strong RFID Adoption
By Claire Swedberg
The results, released this week, found that 78 percent of retailers received at least some RFID-tagged merchandise (primarily apparel and footwear), with those retailers receiving, on average, 47 percent of those goods with EPC UHF RFID inlays.

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Use Your EPC to Indicate Country of Origin
By Doug Harvel
By employing a simple coding scheme, you can quickly identify where items in your supply chain were manufactured, and ensure that your customs declarations are accurate.

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Welsh Museums Deliver Extra Content Via Bluetooth Beacons
By Claire Swedberg
National Museum Wales has developed the Culture Beacon app that will be used at numerous museums, castles and schools to present more information to visitors, based on their location.

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Organizing the Internet of Things
By Ross Stapleton-Gray
It may be too late to bring back EPCglobal's Object Naming Service, but we sure could use it now.

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Next Up: A Passive UHF Reader in Your Phone
By Mark Roberti
Apple's embrace of NFC means all new phones will have an RFID reader

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British Clothing Retailer Sees RFID as 'Enriching Experience'
By Claire Swedberg
Giulio is using privacy-protecting RFID technology from Friendly Technologies to determine which garments shoppers are interested in, and to prompt a touchscreen to display information about those products.

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RFID Speeds Police Vehicles Through Assembly
By Claire Swedberg
Troy Design and Manufacturing is expanding an EPC UHF RFID system to track the movements of Ford vehicles through 10 or more procedures that modify the cars for use by police forces.

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