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As RFID deployment increases also among smaller companies, the process of RFID tagging items has become a hot topic. For smaller vendors selling multi-brand garments, source tagging is not a feasible option. However, not being able to source tag doesn’t mean that a company cannot affordably implement RFID into its operations.

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Nordic ID has developed state-of-the-art item data collection devices for over 30 years. During this time, the network of reseller and distribution partners has grown and to develop these partnerships, Nordic ID now launches the Reseller Program.

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Nordic ID hosts an Industrial RFID solutions webinar on Nov 4th! Register for more insights on State-of-the-art mobile data collection in Industrial IoT.

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In this article, we will address some common concerns and challenges you may have heard, while countering them with modern solutions to the forefront. Ultimately, RFID based inventory tracking and managing systems implementation is simple, scalable and easy to deploy.

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The benefits of RFID when tracking assets and RTIs are many. This article takes a closer look at some of the benefits from an RTI business and asset management perspective.

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At the RFID & IoT industry conference RFID & Wireless IoT Tomorrow on October 27 & 28, Nordic ID showcases the rugged newcomer Nordic ID HH85 and other RFID data capturing tools. Our RFID experts also speak about the challenges of industrial environments and item data collection in their presentation in the Wireless IoT Forum on Oct 27th.

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Nordic ID is presenting the rugged newcomer Nordic ID HH85 and speaking about the requirements that industrial environments pose on asset tracking at the reseller event Scansource Horizon France taking place on October 15. The event is virtual. 

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Understanding inventory accuracy deterioration is a starting point for evaluating the impacts of RFID counts. The best way to find out how accuracy deteriorates would be to use real measurements and tests. Also, in most real-life cases responsible persons in stores can give good estimates and explanations based on experience. For generic analysis, a mathematical model is useful, with a mathematical model it is easy to analyze the effects of various parameters on the end result.

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Deploying an RFID Self-Checkout system isn't as complicated as it seems! Discover more on what it takes to automatize the checkout process at your store.

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The choice between fixed vs. handheld RFID readers is not always crystal clear. However, when investing in RFID technology in a retail setting, it is important to choose the right devices. The RFID readers are seldom the costliest element, but they are the part of the whole that is enabling item data to be captured. This expert article looks at retail use cases to offer some guidelines on when to choose handheld readers and when to go for fixed readers.

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