News (RFID)

Superdry trusts in Nedap’s RFID technology for its stores (photo: Nedap)

Last month, Nedap (Groenlo, The Netherlands) announced that the fashion retailer Superdry has signed up for !D Cloud, Nedap’s RFID software platform. This is an important step in the retailer’s omnichannel strategy, with the objective to increase inventory accuracy and align online and physical store sales. The RFID deployment involves more than 200 stores across the globe, with initial focus on the UK, European and US markets.

A RAIN RFID label (photo: DELO)

DELO Industrial Adhesives (Windach, Germany), Mühlbauer (Roding, Germany) and Impinj, Inc. (Seattle, Washington) have announced a new milestone in the effort to achieve high-volume inlay manufacturing. The three RAIN RFID industry leaders have successfully teamed to deliver DELO MONOPOX AC6545, supporting the high-speed assembly of copper-bonded RFID chips such as the Impinj Monza 6 family on Mühlbauer high speed assembly lines.

An application example of PragmatIC’s ConnectIC (photo: PragmatIC)

PragmatIC (Cambridge,UK), a leader in ultra-low-cost flexible electronics, has announced that in just two months it has received orders for over 20 million flexible integrated circuits (FlexICs). Orders from customers in Europe, North America and Asia endorse PragmatIC’s unique technology platform as the ideal solution for introducing connectivity into mass market applications.

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