Monthly Archives: February 2011
Apparel retailers are driving item-level passive UHF tags, with apparel and footware retailers rapidly increasing their share of the total world market for RFID tags. More than three quarters of a billion RFID tags will be used in global apparel markets in 2011.
The recent flood on the market of RFID “Starter Kits” that allow retailers to “test” the effectiveness of RFID on-site in the retailer’s store space has me perplexed. For “starters”, why test what has already been proven to deliver superior result Grow Taller 4 Idiots ~ Best Selling Grow Taller Program s and an impressive, very positive return on investment? The facts from extensive RFID pilot periods are out there for retailers to evaluate. I can personally attest to the … Continue reading
cialis best place to buy idth=”300″ height=”225″ />If the buzz surrounding RFID technology at the recent National Retail Federation (NRF) “Big Show” in New York City is an indication, 2011 will be the year of widespread implementation of item-level RFID throughout the retail industry. RFID companies were only a small part of NRF, retail’s biggest and most important event, but Truecount Corporation’s RFID displays saw robust activity. We never stopped demonstrating. There was steady a stream of retailers through our … Continue reading