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Nordic ID RFID Friday Blog - apparel RFID blog - Technical article - video of RFID in a garments' value chain

Read about the apparel RFID blog post by Jessica Säilä, the whole value chain for a piece of garment benefits from RFID. Teemu Ainasoja has written a technical article on the effect of RFID in item level inventory. A new video release: Designed Delivered SOLD.

Great week for Nordic ID. We have been able to shoot out great material.

Apparel RFID blog post by Nordic ID expert Jessica Säilä

If you haven't read this yet, you should do so now. She talks about how to be IN in Fashion. How to sell more or sell no more. And how this relates to RFID. How can RFID bring you more sales and get you IN.

In Fashion one day you're in and one day you're out

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Another excellent technical article by Teemu Ainasoja

You can find this excellent article on the deterioration of inventory accuracy and how to improve the accuracy with RFID. The article also has clear charts that show the results of the comparison in the inventory accuracies.

Impact of Item Level RFID into Inventory Accuracy 

Designed Delivered SOLD -video

Nordic ID released a brand new video this week. The video shows the whole supply chain for a garment from the designer's table all the way to the consumer's bag. Also the benefits of RFID in the different stages of the value chain can be seen on the video.

Designed Delivered SOLD

 

Garment 's -value -chain

More news next week, stay tuned!

6 comments on “Nordic ID RFID Friday Blog - apparel RFID blog - Technical article - video of RFID in a garments' value chain”

  1. Gravatar of Hanna ÖstmanHanna Östman
    Posted 09 December 2011 at 12:49:35

    The video is fabulous! The only thing that annoys me is that my favorite stores don't already have this!! :)

  2. Posted 09 December 2011 at 12:54:38

    I agree with the fact that my favorite shops should already use RFID and especially the kiosk. I don't want to step out the changing room in the middle of trying out the outfits. I demand service! :D

  3. Gravatar of Alexander AminoffAlexander Aminoff
    Posted 09 December 2011 at 13:26:47

    If you like to try out as many clothes as possible then every man wants his lady to be ready as quickly as possible. Thus RFID enhances the overall customer experience!

  4. Gravatar of Jessica SäiläJessica Säilä
    Posted 09 December 2011 at 22:11:10

    Spot on Alexander!

  5. Posted 16 January 2012 at 13:53:45

    According to an RSA laboratories FAQ, RFID tags can be destroyed by a standard microwave oven;however some types of RFID tags, particularly those constructed to radiate using large metallic antennas (in particular RF tags and EPC tags), may catch fire if subjected to this process for too long (as would any metallic item inside a microwave oven). This simple method cannot safely be used to deactivate RFID features in electronic devices, or those implanted in living tissue, because of the risk of damage to the "host". However the time required is extremely short (a second or two of radiation) and the method works in many other non-electronic and inanimate items, long before thermal buildup (fire) problems become of concern

  6. Posted 18 September 2013 at 13:51:19

    hey such a nice work. Thanks a lot for the blog post.

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