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Smart Labels – Great Opportunity for Traditional Label Companies
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Increasing acceptance of RFID and the double-digit growth rate of inlay/tag volumes in the past years have made smart labels an attractive business segment not only for the established RFID companies, but also for the traditional label manufacturers. The barrier for a label company to enter the RFID/smart label business is very low as their core business comprises of printing and converting anyways – adding “inlay insertion” or “inlay lamination” to the converting process will increase the label manufacturer’s value-add and enables meeting the customers’ RFID and IoT requirements.

Why not make your labels smart? Read more to find out why you should!

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How to Improve Efficiency of the R&D Team in UHF Tag Design
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Being responsible for sales of RFID performance measurement solutions, I’ve had the privilege of meeting with several companies and their design professionals around the world using very different methods for measuring UHF tag performance. Which is the best method then? I’d say it depends on your requirements – for a single basic measurement you may use various methods and even a simple method can be sufficient. However, if you are looking for a way to improve the throughput and efficiency of your R&D team in tag design the differences in methods are huge. So, where does the efficiency come from?

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