With the right technology to manage inventory and fulfillment, retailers and brands can modernize their operations.
From marketing to fraud prevention, RFID can make better sense of the world around us, providing context and automating tedious tasks.
Here are some practical use cases for customer engagement, product development, digital factories and workforce training.
Once the sector embraces the technology for more ethical operations, a more profitable and sustainable retail industry will result.
Companies should take advantage of innovative new training that is effective, engaging and experiential, using augmented and virtual realities.
Blockstore Group discusses its vision for reducing food waste for grocery retailers.
Brazil's Bank Itaú understands that tags for automatically paying parking lot fees and tolls offer amenities that benefit its brand.
RFID helps retailers enhance stock and inventory accuracy, and thus offer a more personalized and frictionless customer experience.
RFID tags or serialized codes digitally printed in boxes make logistic processes more reliable and efficient, saving money and making things less complex.
Technology can help stores rapidly recognize firearms, preconfigure actions, issue active shooter notifications and provide instructions on how to respond.