The new age of RFID: Transforming retail and recording data

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Nancy    2017/12/14

Today, RFID technology is growing at the market. Solution suppliers without any application knowledge, however, software suppliers offer proven retail-specific applications. Industry standards drive main technology organisations like Microsoft, Intel and Oracle start to make a lot of investments, which places standard, interoperable RFID within the grasp of more consumers. Nowadays, the tags can mark any product, merchandise, size or application with differet shapes and sizes at a very low price and high return on investment.

At present, the new applications based on UHF Gen2 RFID technology have higher utility to push the market. UHF Gen2 RFID technology provids new opportunities of decreasing cost, improving the satisfaction of users and increasing imcome to retailers. RFID in new age make organisations gain more frequent and accurate inventory data. Thus, retailers and suppliers can improve the availability of products and decrease the inventory costs.

Using RFID tags to manage store is one of the wisest investments by retailers. Clients can find products that they want more easily with the accuracy of shelf improved. Thus, they will buy more products, for example, the online order with in-store pickup keeps clients to buy more products.

Nearly a third of retailers meet the need of store and allow staff check the quantity, location, price and availability of product by using RFID. This shows that RFID can also become an important part of an omnichannel programme.

Read rates and ranges are much higher than they were with the development of RFID. And the technologies have been developed to deal with liquids and metals. Software applications can be used in store level, integrated into retailers’ IT infrastructure. Systems integrators and solution suppliers have much more experience with retail RFID and integrating it to operational systems. Many implementers have more experiences and know the pitfalls and how to avoid them.

Read rates and ranges are much higher than they were with the development of RFID. And the technologies have been developed to deal with liquids and metals. Software applications can be used in store level, integrated into retailers’ IT infrastructure. Systems integrators and solution suppliers have much more experience with retail RFID and integrating it to operational systems. Many implementers have more experiences and know the pitfalls and how to avoid them.

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