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RFID Triumph at Macy's: More Sales with Higher Margins - GS1 Connect 2016 Recap
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It was my third time to attend the GS1 Connect event; this time in Washington, DC from 31st May through 3rd June. The event was loaded with an impressive conference menu and a larger exhibition area than in the Austin event last year, although with less exhibiting companies than previously. RFID was well presented - read on to see what I am taking home from that perspective.

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RFID, Love or Die
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Dear reader, my name is Lluis Bueno, and I love RFID. Do you? I belong to the Spanish company NextPoints, and I have met hundreds of professionals and companies working in the RFID market without any passion for the technology… and most of them are not working in the RFID market anymore. So, why is love required for RFID business to survive?

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Designing a RAIN RFID Sensor. Simple, or Is It?
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Combine identification, sensors, low cost and years of life time together and you certainly end up with a disruptive mixture that is set to boil over in the near future. RAIN RFID sensors may not be a huge market just yet, but we can see many companies putting a lot of development effort on them. Read on to see an introduction to the six topologies that I’ve seen utilized so far.

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What Gen2v2 Security Offers for RAIN RFID Applications
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In October 2013, the management board of GS1 ratified EPC Gen2v2, a new version of the widely used Gen2 UHF RFID standard. Gen2v2 is backwards compatible with Gen2 but adds a number of new features for consumer privacy, authenticating tags and readers, tag memory management, and electronic article surveillance (EAS). These new features ease the adoption of RFID especially in application areas where the tag carries more information than only its identification. Let’s have a more detailed look at one new key feature of Gen2v2: authentication.

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RFID Companies Should Stand United to Defend the RFID ETSI Frequencies – We Are Not Out of the Woods Yet
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Listen up now Alien, Avery Dennison, GE, Honeywell, Intel, Impinj, NXP, Metro, Smartrac, SML, SATO, Tesco and Zebra. You have a world of hurt coming in - the ETSI UHF RFID band might get cannibalized, and you cannot afford it. We are facing a serious situation where other technologies may cripple the-already-narrow RFID ETSI band. Read on to learn more what you should do to defend your business.

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How to Win Sales with Good RAIN RFID Test Data
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When selling RAIN RFID tags: wouldn’t it be great to prove that the proposed tag is really the best possible for the customer’s application; and not just send out loads of free samples hoping that customers test them properly? And when purchasing: wouldn’t it be great to have comparable data of how each tag works in your application instead of “our tags are the best ones, you can trust us” statements?

Guess what: it is possible, and in most cases the sales person or buyer just needs to know what to ask. Tag developers have a lot of characterization data ready. Read on to see how to leverage that data following the 3-step approach!

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This Doesn't Look Right - Should I Contact Technical Support?
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What do you do if, one morning, a new light with some strange symbol is suddenly lit on your car’s dashboard? You probably pull over and start browsing the car owner manual. You may be a little worried. Did I do something wrong? Can I fix this myself or does the car need to be serviced? How long will I need to survive without my car? The same way your Tagformance, the RFID test system that you typically use every day, may have a problem you need to solve. You may already be an experienced user or maybe you have just recently started to work with the system. When a new error message pops up, or you get unexpected measurement result, it’s just like with your car. What’s wrong? Should I contact Voyantic Technical Support?

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Why RFID TIPP Grading is Great News for the Retailers Worldwide
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What does EU tax harmonization, war in Ukraine and TIPP adoption have in common? All three appear to be stagnant battlefronts with plenty of hard work done behind the scenes but minor visible progress to outsiders. Is there something wrong with the world order, how to move forward? Relax, take a sip of Dr. Pepper and read on to see why and how TIPP will prevail.

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