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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

A collection of news, articles and other featured content about Radio Frequency Identification (RFID).

CGTs editors put together the top trends, companies-to-watch and emerging technologies making an impact on the consumer goods industry this year (and beyond).

Apparel company American Apparel will soon offer on-demand delivery to US customers. Find out how the company will get apparel basics to your doorstep in an hour.

Danger ahead for manufacturers: 76% operate without a Chief Supply Chain Officer.

Hot off the press from NRF 2015, CGT Editors have compiled a list of the top five trends that will have a major impact on the consumer goods industry.

When news was released that Wal-Mart is RFID tagging garments, the media went nuts. Claims ran the gamut from consumer privacy concerns to surreptitious motives to RFID redo circa 2004.

The Intel Retail Sensor Platform is a simple, affordable way for retailers to gather actionable, near-real-time intelligencesaving money and converting more sales

Some 48 million cases of illness in the United States each year are caused by spoiled or contaminated food. Heres how RFID can help ameliorate this epidemic. The question is, who will actually buy and use these systems?

ABI Research forecasts annual revenue growth will increase over the next five years. Which high-growth, high-volume applications are driving shipments?

While some say the technology has fallen from grace, item level RFID is actually moving from pilots to deployments. Now, the Jones Group, Conair, Wal-Mart and more are working together to develop measurable value propositions and standards-based guidelines.

Industry experts share thoughts on Sensormatic's acquisition of Vue Technology, including motivations behind the deal and the implications for the combined company and market.

Compliance remains king, but study finds that other benefits are beginning to prompt RFID adoption.

A new survey measures the use of GS1 standards as an integral part of supply chain efficiency.

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