Last Friday the University of Parma hosted an event - RFID for fashion and of course Nordic ID was at the scene. We published a new article for the series: If cars were tagged - from the car manufacturer point of view. New case study on the Nordic ID website.
University of Parma - RFID for fashion
The University of Parma hosted an event last week
called the RFID for fashion. At the event a lot of presentations
were made that included for example Kris Doane's The value of RFID
in retail - The American Apparel use case and a round table
discussion where the Nordic ID's Head of Retail RFID Lothar
Struckmeier was representing.
On the left Kris Doane as a speaker at the RFID for fashion
event and on the right Lothar Struckmeier participating in the
round table discussion at the same event.
The fourth article for the series if cars
If cars were tagged Part
New cars already have HF RFID
technology and their spare parts are often tracked with UHF RFID.
How would the introduction of UHF "car ID-tags" change the
manufacturing and distribution processes, not to mention customer
Case Study - Cotonificio Carlo
This week Nordic ID published a recent case study from Italy on
the Nordic ID website. The case study presents Cotonificio Carlo Bonomi,
a premium Italian textiles manufacturer that reinforces
their innovation and quality edge with RFID.
Nice feedback gotten on Facebook
Just yesterday we received this wonderful feedback on our Nordic ID Facebook site.
Thank you Dacid Burkett and Advanced Incentory Solutions Inc. for this nice
By the way, also the RFID Arena has a Facebook site to be liked.
More news next week, stay