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Decathlon USA deploys mobile robot to retail store
Simbe Robotics' "Tally" bot conducts RFID inventory counts while dodging shoppers.
The future may be here now
The technologies that could shape tomorrow's supply chains might already be available—if only we knew how to apply them.
Simbe robots set to monitor grocery shelves in Schnucks chain
Tally bot uses machine vision, RFID to track inventory on shelves.
The quiet case for RFID
New research says radio frequency identification tags can help companies achieve greater order accuracy than bar-code scanning.
Full-bodied RFID system helps hotelier manage wine inventory
Buckle-on RFID tags make short work of stocktaking at Tokyo resort hotel.
Barcoding Inc. expands RFID portfolio with acquisition of Danforth Systems
Deal adds Texas presence for firm's data capture services business, Barcoding says.
The secret weapon in the fight against fakes
Looking to protect your goods from counterfeiting? Product packaging might be part of the solution.
A natural fit
As sales skyrocketed, a Japanese specialty skincare and nutrition company needed a better method for processing 4 million shipments a month. The natural solution: automated systems.
RFID helps Lord & Taylor manage retail displays
When the bar-code system it was using to manage shoe inventories could no longer keep up, Lord & Taylor went in search of a new solution. It found what it needed in RFID.
Siemens introduces new RFID reader generation for flexible applications
The company's new Simatic RF310R, RF340R and RF350R readers offer easy commissioning through integrated setup help and easy migration due to additional air interface protocol.

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