SML Group intros small form factor RFID inlay

SML Group has launched its GB4U8 RFID inlay for omnichannel retailers. The chip measures 42 by 16 millimeters and it is compliant with the FSC EPC/RFID Gen2c2 standard, according to a press release.

Retailers can fit the inlay on a variety of tagged products for inventory tracking, and it can support many retail areas such as sporting goods and food.

"Our global technology team at SML is working tirelessly to be on the forefront of all RFID technology advances so that we can deliver innovative solutions to our retailer and brand owner customers who are working just as hard to transform their operations to RFID," Dean Frew, chief technology officer and senior vice president of RFID solutions for SML Group, said in the release. "While other companies may design an inlay using the NXP UCODE 8, SML has achieved a step function change in performance with this very small form factor inlay resulting in faster encoding speeds and more accurate stock counts in store and supply chain environments."


Topics: Hardware, Retail


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