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syo joins the RAIN RFID Alliance

syo joins the RAIN RFID Alliance

London, 21/07/2020 The RAIN Alliance is a global alliance promoting the universal adoption of RFID technology using the UHF frequency band and the GS1 Gen2 protocol which ISO/IEC has standardised as 18000-63. RAIN RFID is the technology used to identify, locate and...

Arizon selects syo

Arizon selects syo

London, 20/07/2020 Arizon RFID Technology, 100% owned by Taiwan’s YFY Group, is one of the leading RFID inlay suppliers. Arizon provides first-class manufacturing services for inlays, tags, tickets and cards serving the global RFID industry. In 2012 Arizon produced...

Foxconn

Foxconn

Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. Ltd., trading as Foxconn is a Taiwanese multinational electronics contract manufacturer. Foxconn is the world’s largest provider of electronics manufacturing services and the third-largest information technology company by revenue. The...

Intersnack

Intersnack

For their newest chip flavours, funny-frisch partnered with chefs from local German restaurants to produce three new flavours: Salsa & Lime, Beef Burger, and Flammkuchen. To make an impact with the novel flavours, parent company Intersnack, working with syo,...

Strategic Considerations for Sourcing RFID Tags

Strategic Considerations for Sourcing RFID Tags

The most significant ongoing expense in every RFID deployment is the cost of the tags applied to the products. During ROI calculations, teams mostly rely on their solution integrators and tag vendors to provide a rough estimate for the costing. In vertically...

Components of an RFID System

Components of an RFID System

The RFID reader manages the communication with the tag. The reader provides power to the tag through the connected antenna. Tags in the field of view power up and communicate over the air interface. All components of an RFID system need to adhere to the same standards...

What is RFID

What is RFID

Radio Frequency Identification, or short RFID, is a term describing identification technologies using radio waves. Unlike visual identification technologies, radio waves can travel through many materials, enabling identification without the need for a line of sight....

Considerations for your RFID Business Case in Retail

Considerations for your RFID Business Case in Retail

Calculating the business case for RFID deployments is an excellent opportunity to dive into the challenges your business faces across its functions and operations. Often throughout the process of collecting data for the business case, managers for the first time...

Digital Twin: Re-inventing retail

Digital Twin: Re-inventing retail

The concept of the Digital Twin has already been adopted in many industries. In industrial environments, it has been established as a way to monitor complex systems and devices. Companies and manufacturers collect a broad set of data to optimise performance and use...

New Radio Spectrum in the EU

New Radio Spectrum in the EU

The European Commission announced on 11 October 2018 the harmonisation of the radio spectrum in support of the Internet of Things and the Implementation of Decision (EU) 2018/1538. The information did lead to some uncertainty and customers have been asking how this...

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