Recently, Decathlon, a French sporting goods retailer, announced the improvement of its RFID technology (Radio Frequency Identification) to speed up the cash register.
At present, Decathlon is in the Spanish market, and all products are covered by RFID. At present, about 85% of its products currently use RFID tag labels. The size of the stores is different, and the products sold are not exactly the same. Typically, they cover an area of 1,000 to 12,000 square meters and sell 35,000 different items, covering 65 sports.
When it comes to RFID technology, this is a novelty. Customers only need to throw the product into a box and they can quickly checkout. This application aims to reduce the time spent on checkout, save shopping time and optimize shopping. Experience. According to statistics, 78% of items in the Internet of Things are unintelligible items that cannot be self-identified. RFID technology is used to connect intelligent and non-intelligent items, so as to create the greatest value of the Internet of Things industry. The Internet of Things is inseparable from object recognition, while big data requires high-quality data sources. It can be said that the Internet of Things without RFID technology is incomplete.