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GS1 Releases the TIPP Global Guideline - Streamlines RAIN RFID Adoption in Retail and Fosters Tagging Innovations
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After over 18 months of hard work, the TIPP work group under the GS1 Global Office has now released the Tagged Item Performance Protocol (TIPP) for global usage. The guideline focuses on readability of tagged items, supports all the global RAIN RFID frequencies, and also comes with additional supportive documentation to make the adoption process easier.

Many experts have invested a considerable amount of time in the creation of this guideline, and I am personally pleased with the outcome. The feedback that I’ve already collected leads me to believe that the standard lays out useful guidance also for RAIN RFID projects outside of the retail sector. Read on to learn what this standard means for the industry and end users.

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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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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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Tagged-Item Grading Helps Retail UHF RFID Projects
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Retail and the retail supply chain are among the biggest users of UHF RFID technology. However, retail RFID projects are not the most simple ones. Items in retail come in all shapes, sizes and materials. They are shipped in different boxes, and stored and displayed on all kinds of racks, shelves and tables. Also different readers are used in different applications: logistics tracking, inventory count, RFID EAS, POS, and so on. I have been involved in a number of retail RFID projects, and I have seen how complicated the performance optimization can be.

GS1 Tagged-Item Performance Protocol (TIPP) was developed to help retail RFID by making buying and selling tags easier. But what do the TIPP guidelines mean, and what kind of testing is required?

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