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How Retailers Are Discovering Inventory Inaccuracies After RFID Pilots

For retailers looking to implement RFID technology, a key challenge is quantifying how much difference Item-Level RFID can make to inventory accuracy. It is the promise of large improvements in inventory accuracy that is driving the exponential growth in the number of retailers who are starting pilots to experience first-hand the operational benefits of the […]

SML Enables Mobile Phone Retailers to Reduce Shrink and Out-of-Stocks

The mobile phone industry has seen rapid growth within the last decade; driving competition amongst brands to release the latest handset and upgrades. The sector has become one of the fastest growing with 380 million units sold in 2017 alone. As the industry continues to see exponential growth, retailers within this space are experiencing a […]

4 Key Takeaways From RBTE 2018

With Europe’s largest retail technology show over for another year, it’s apparent that retail has continued to evolve and adapt at an exponential rate. Taking place on May 2nd and 3rd at Olympia, London, RBTE proved a busy couple of days for the SML team with a number of successful meetings taking place and delegates […]

SML RFID to exhibit at Retail Business Technology Expo 2018

—SML RFID is exhibiting at Europe’s leading event for retail on 2-3 May 2018— UK — May 2nd, 2018 — SML RFID, global leader in delivering high-performance and high quality encoded RFID tags for the majority of successful RFID retail projects, has today announced it is exhibiting at Retail Business Technology Expo (RBTE). The company […]

SML Becomes Sponsor of Auburn University RFID Center and joins Board of Advisors

SML RFID, global leader in delivering high-performance and high quality encoded RFID tags for the majority of successful RFID retail projects, has today announced it has become a member of Auburn University’s RFID Center and taken a seat on its board of advisors. The lab has a focus on the implementation of RFID and other emerging technologies in retail such as supply chain and manufacturing. SML RFID will be providing system and solution expertise focused on enabling a seamless evolution to Omnichannel, providing better ROI for businesses and how their Clarity® solution improves inventory accuracy. SML’s spectrum of RFID-enabled labels, tags, stickers and inlays will be on display and available for demonstrations at the lab.

SML Group Unveils Breakthrough Small Form Factor Retail RFID Inlays Powered by NXP’s UCODE 8 Chip

Today, leading retail RFID solutions provider SML introduced the first production ready small form factor RFID inlay for the retail industry using the super high sensitive RFID chip, UCODE 8, from NXP. The GB4U8 RFID inlay, is fully compliant with GS1 EPC/RFID Gen2v2 standard, supports RAIN RFID with global UHF frequencies and meets the following Auburn University RFID Retailer Performance Specifications: Spec A, B, C, D, M, G, Q, F, and Spec N. GB4U8 RFID inlay, measuring only 42x16mm, is the first small format inlay in the RFID history to pass all active categories including F and N, making it ideal for use by omnichannel retailers in store and supply chain deployments around the world.