Retail

Digitization with RFID and wireless IoT solutions

In this area, we present you extensive expert knowledge on the use of innovative technologies in retail.

Fashion Logistics & EAS

The Polish fashion company LPP uses RFID hard tags in order to provide physical protection against theft and optimise the supply chain – and it is only the beginning of the RFID “programme”.
Digitisation in brick-and-mortar retail

Logistics optimisation and inventory management are the basic tasks – now Syspro is working on the next step in digitizing brick-and-mortar retail.
Dynamic pricing for fashion

All4Labels Global Packaging Group advances a new ‘Smart for Fashion’ business strategy with dynamic price tags, label intelligence solutions, and its label intelligence platform.
Item-level inventory management

SML offers solutions for item level inventory management for all retail sectors.
Dual frequency inlays

Dual frequency inlays from Lab-ID combine NFC and UHF on one chip for supply chain optimisation, improved customer interaction on the shop floor, and more.
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Anja Van Bocxlaer

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Wireless Technologies for the Retail Industry

Especially in the textile business, wireless technology has long moved into the retail industry. Availability in the store and online is monitored and updated via a network of transponders, readers, and a cloud that can be accessed manually or that automatically sets processes in motion, for example to restock inventory.

Items can be tracked and located via wireless technologies like RFID, creating transparency in the supply chain.

All articles in this section have been selected with care to not only provide you with information about certain projects but also to give you the opportunity to find the exact fit of supplier, product, or solution for your own project.

A unique customer experience

In order to guarantee a convenient shopping experience, stores can implement applications like smart mirrors or fitting rooms that monitor items (and can detect possible manipulation) and recommend complementary items or provide information about size and color availability. Innovative customer interaction (through virtual shop assistants) can improve customer satisfaction and loyalty.

With dynamic prices, stores can adjust more easily to the market, competitors, and the customer needs.

Improved security

Wireless technologies provide security in the retail industry: Item tagging (source tagging right from the production) can help prevent theft or counterfeiting and unveil tampering. With mobile or short-range payment methods (NFC), data remains secure, transactions are documented, and the payment process is faster and easier.

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