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Published October 30, 2014
Retailer adoption of UHF RFID for shelf-level stock replenishment has accounted for most of the growth. Read More »
Published March 20, 2014
IDTechEx says growth is due to active RFID/RTLS systems, interrogators, and then tags. Read More »
Published December 5, 2013
The windshield labels will be used for the E-470 tollway near Denver, CO, USA. Read More »
RFID combats product diversion
Published October 14, 2013
New Sunshine turns to WS Packaging to help fight diversion and protect consumers. Read More »
Published January 23, 2013
SMARTRAC has announced the introduction of its new UHF EPC compliant WebLite inlay. The SMARTRAC WebLite inlay represents a technological advance in both size and performance. With an antenna size of only 46 x 15 mm, it is especially suited for item-… Read More »
Published July 24, 2012
The latest research finds the value of the entire RFID market will be $7.46 billion, up from $6.37 billion in 2011. Read More »
Published December 26, 2011
UPM will become an indirect shareholder of SMARTRAC, the buyer, with a 10.6 percent economic interest. Read More »
Published April 11, 2007
Further boosts for Finnish RFID technology Two further signs of the industrial and retail penetration of HF and UHF RFID tags, tickets and smart labels, have come from Finland (which for a small country has the enviable knack of pushing boundaries i… Read More »
RFID Market Update
By Michelle Sartor
Published February 26, 2007
RFID growth did not meet expectations in 2006, but those involved believe that adoption will continue as businesses realize the benefits of the technology. Read More »
Labelexpo Americas
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Published October 8, 2008
Mark Andy's booth at Labelexpo drew crowds Read More »
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