ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. - Unilever U.S. here has been able to improve its ability to access and analyze RFID data received from retailers in a test of new technology based on a soon-to-be ratified standard. The standard, known as Electronic Product Code Information Services (EPCIS), is one of a group of standards that make up the EPCglobal Network, a system comparable to the Internet through which retailers and suppliers will share RFID data. EPCIS facilitates the exchange and analysis of ...
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