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Item Level RFID 2008-2018:Industry Trends, Size and Shares Research Report

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It used to be thought that item level RFID meant little more than tagging very low cost retail items - something to do last of all. However, it has become big business and far more profitable than many other RFID sectors because it gives excellent paybacks. In this report we assess over 100 case studies such American Apparel reporting sales increases by 15% to 25% with item level tagging. Detailed forecasts are given including number of tag units sold over the next ten years, average tag price and tag value, in addition to systems value, resulting in a market worth $8.26 Billion in 2018. It describes the next wave of very large orders - not for what is popularly believed and not where most of the industry predicts it will occur. Get ahead with this unique resource.

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Item Level RFID 2008-2018:Industry Trends, Size and Shares Research Report

  1. 1. Item Level RFID 2008-2018 It used to be thought that item level RFID meant little more than tagging very low cost retail items - something to do last of all. However, it has become big business and far more profitable than many other RFID sectors because it gives excellent paybacks. In this report we assess over 100 case studies such American Apparel reporting sales increases by 15% to 25% with item level tagging. Detailed forecasts are given including number of tag units sold over the next ten years, average tag price and tag value, in addition to systems value, resulting in a market worth $8.26 Billion in 2018. It describes the next wave of very large orders - not for what is popularly believed and not where most of the industry predicts it will occur. Get ahead with this unique resource. table Of Contents executive Summary And Conclusions 1. Experience Of Item Level Tagging - An Introduction 1.1. Library 1.2. Healthcare 1.3. Rented Textiles/ Laundry 1.4. Retail Apparel 1.5. Footwear 1.6. Gas Cylinders, Beer Kegs 1.7. Food 1.8. Tires 1.9. Assets 1.10. Parts, Components, Equipment, Supplies 1.11. Postal 2. Technologies 2.1. Systems Issues 2.1.1. Epcglobal And The Internet Of Things 2.1.2. Epcglobal Networktm 2.1.3. Middleware 2.1.4. Read Vs Read Write 2.1.5. Early Filtering Of Data 2.2. Passive Tags 2.3. Active Tags Item Level RFID 2008-2018
  2. 2. 2.3.1. Real Time Locating Systems (rtls) 2.4. Frequencies 2.5. Near Field Uhf Vs Hf For Item Level Tagging 2.6. Radio Regulations 2.7. How Converters Can Make Item Level Rfid Labels 2.7.1. Low Cost Entry - Wrapping The Electronics 2.7.2. Making The Antenna As Well 2.7.3. Getting Involved With Chips And Batteries 3. Needs By Applicational Sector 3.1. Summary 3.2. Books 3.2.1. Libraries 3.2.2. Books In Retailing 3.2.3. Books At Manufacture 3.3. Drugs Anti-counterfeiting 3.3.1. Supply Chain 3.3.2. Attitude Of Legislators And The Industry 3.4. Compliance Monitoring Packages 3.4.1. Patient Compliance 3.5. Error Prevention In General 3.6. Hf Vs Uhf For Pharmaceuticals And Other Volume Products 3.7. Other Healthcare 3.7.1. Assets 3.7.2. Recording Information - Hearing Aids Etc 3.8. Healthcare Needs Satisfied 3.9. Retail Items 3.10. Document Management And Archiving 3.11. Tires 3.12. Aircraft And Other Parts And Tools 3.13. Postal Items 3.14. Military 3.15. Industrial Parts And Equipment 3.15.1. Beer Kegs And Gas Cylinders 3.15.2. Components And Replacement Parts 3.16. Privacy Issues 3.17. Success Factors 4. Standards 4.1.1. Benefits Of Standardisation 4.1.2. Types Of Standard Item Level RFID 2008-2018
  3. 3. 4.1.3. Open And Closed Application Systems 4.1.4. Standards Organisations 4.1.5. Types Of Standard Relating To Item Level Rfid 4.1.6. Iso 18000 And Gen 2 4.1.7. Market Reach Of Uhf Vs Hf Standards 5. Market Forecasts And Timelines 5.1. Market Growth 5.2. Unique Volumes And Requirements 5.3. Rapid Change In Technology 5.4. Benefits 5.5. Increase In Printing Of Item Level Tags 5.6. Impediments To Item Level Tagging 5.7. Price-sensitivity Curve For Rfid (adoption Curve) 6. Introduction To Case Studies From Rfid Knowledgebase 6.2. Select Case Studies 6.2.1. American Apparel Usa 6.2.2. Best Buy Usa 6.2.3. Marks & Spencer Uk 6.2.4. Maruetsu Japan 6.2.5. Wal-mart Mandate For Type 2 Pharmaceuticals 6.2.6. Astrazeneca Diprivan Uk 6.2.7. Selexyz The Netherlands 6.2.8. Japanese Bookstores And Publishers 6.2.9. Us Military 6.2.10. European Commission Parcelcall 7. Paybacks 7.1. Types Of Payback 7.2. Item Level Potential Is Far Greater Than For Any Other Form Of Rfid 7.3. Checklist Of Types Of Payback 7.4. Retail Vs Cpg Manufacturers 7.4.1. Retailers Benefit More Than Suppliers 7.4.2. Large Retailers And High Ticket Benefit More Than Small Commodity Ones 7.4.3. Retailers Vs Cpg Supplier Benefits 7.4.4. Other Figures For Retail And Supplier Paybacks 7.4.5. Multiple Paybacks Will Be Commonplace 7.4.6. Cpg Manufacturers 7.5. Healthcare Item Level RFID 2008-2018
  4. 4. 7.5.1. Drug Anti-counterfeiting And Recalls 7.5.2. Drug Compliance Monitoring 7.5.3. Drug Supply Chain 7.5.4. Blood 7.5.5. Hospital Assets 7.5.6. Good Shepherd Hospital Usa 7.6. Books 7.6.1. Publishers 7.6.2. Bookshops 7.6.3. Libraries 7.7. Military 7.8. Postal 7.9. Gas Cylinder And Beer Keg Operators 7.10. Aircraft And Other Parts And Equipment 7.11. Tires 7.12. Other Applications 7.13. Lessons Learned appendix 1: Idtechex Publications appendix 2: Glossary appendix 3: Introduction To Rfid appendix 4: Ubiquitous Id Center, Japan appendix 5: European Radio Regulations At Uhf ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market research reports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with our huge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across all industry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well as publishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights on which reports will satisfy your needs at the best price. Contact: M/s Sheela, 90 State Street, Item Level RFID 2008-2018
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