This week has been hectic. Nordic ID assigned new staff members and held the Monthly Info in Finland. A new case study about GIKS Mode's RFID implementation was published, as well as a new technical article.
Nordic ID strengthens the sales team -
new sales director, sales manager and RFID consultant
On November 2nd, 2015, Nordic ID received new forces
- Jukka Hieta started as Sales Director, Lars Lappe as Sales
Manager in Germany for the Logistics and Manufacturing sector, and
Viv Bradshaw as RFID Consultant in the UK.
Viv Bradshaw and Jukka Hieta.
To read the full news, please visit
Nordic ID News website.
NORDIC ID MONTHLY
On November 20th 2015, Nordic ID's Finnish staff gathered
for the Monthly Info at Salo. The aim of the Monthly Info is to get
together to talk about projects in sales, R&D, production,
operations and marketing, as well as to share some
This week it was time to celebrate a milestone - Hanna
Långström has been working for Nordic ID for 5 years. Thank you
Hanna for the great work with marketing, communications and graphic
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New case study - giks mode
GIKS Mode, a Belgian
fashion retailer, was looking for an RFID system to boost sales and
reduce shrinkage. The system had to be implemented with a tight
schedule of only 7 days. RFKeeper's Plug & Play RFID
solution featuring the Nordic ID Merlin was provided. Today, after
the RFID implementation, GIKS Mode is able to control the entire
supply chain's inventory counts, including in the DC.
To read the full case study, please click here.
For more Nordic ID case studies, please visit Nordic ID
NEW ARTICLE ON THE RFID
A great, new technical article was published on Thursday on the
Introduction to Retail RFID Technology, part 2 - Radio technology
and radio waves. This technical article continues the series
Introduction to Retail RFID Technology, which explains the
basics of RFID.
The first part of the article series was
published a few weeks ago, there are still two more parts coming
up. Stay tuned!
Elisa IoT innovation challenge won by an
A Finnish competition called Elisa IoT Innovation Challenge was
held again during Slush. The
competition was won by Foller, who had innovated an RFID system
that decreased food waste, the prize was 50.000 Euros. In their
solution, the freshness of the food is monitored real-time along
its whole life cycle. According to the level of freshness, the
pricing and marketing of the food can be constantly tuned, which
clearly decreases the waste of unsold food. The service has
extended in a direction of cooperating and piloting with a coffee
shop chain Sis. Deli. Nordic ID supplied the devices
for the pilot.
here (or the picture below) to view a video about the Foller
For more information (only in Finnish), please click
That's all from Nordic ID this week, have a