Most commonly, RFID is used in the retail industry providing security and theft prevention solutions for end-users.
Lena Chmielewska, Marketing Manager, Mark Andy Europe06.01.20
The use of radio frequency identification technology (RFID) isn’t new – sectors from stores and warehouses to casinos, the government and even farms have been using it for some time – but it is more and more present in our everyday lives.
However, the implementation of this smart label across all industries and supply chains has seen drastic increases.
Ten years ago, consumers were just starting to consume more media via their smartphones, but we could have never predicted that it would become the norm rather than the exception.
Though more specialized in nature, converters may consider taking a closer look at packaging innovations not only as they emerge, but as they evolve. So what’s the future of this smart label application, and in which direction can we except RFID labels to go? As a manufacturer of technology that enables RFID labels, we have an idea of what our customers can expect.
The basis of RF
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