This week was filled with events. We participated in the RFID Lab Finland Spring Meeting and visited Bluestar in Barcelona. This week's blog post by Jessica Säilä explains how RFID impacts inventory accuracy and why this is a key player in ROI calculations.
RFID Lab Finland Spring Meeting for
It was a productive meeting indeed. The RFID Lab Spring Meeting
members agreed that last year's performance of the RFID Lab Finland
has been satisfactory. Additionally GS1 Finland briefed the
participants on updates to their standards.
RFID Lab Finland team also visited RFID Journal Live! in Orlando
and updated our information on the proceedings of UHF Gen2V2
UHF Gen2V2 standard is to be ratified as GS1 standard
Q3/2013, GS1 expects the standard to become available from vendors
The main improvements are related to higher security levels and
For more information and pictures, check out
RFID Lab Finland's Facebook profile.
NORDIC ID CONQUERS SPAIN
This week the Nordic ID team was in Spain where we had RFID
product and retail application training at BlueStar, our
distributor in Barcelona.
On Wednesday Nordic ID participated in PETS Technology Summit by
BlueStar Spain and met nearly 150 local resellers, so there was not
much time left for walking on Ramblas or going to the beach.
When in Barcelona, we also visited our customer Roberto Verino's
shop with our technology partner Keonn. At Roberto Verino they are
currently presenting an RFID-based fitting room solution.
THIS WEEK'S BLOG POST
Why RFID impact on inventory inaccuracy is the key in most ROI
Studies and roll-outs prove that RFID has a significant
impact on inventory visibility. This article discusses the causes
of inventory inaccuracy, its impact on retailer bottom-line and,
finally, how RFID can help achieve inventory accuracy.
A great and sunny weekend to all of you!