DUSSELDORF, Germany — Metro Group here is using IBM’s RFID technology and the EPCIS standard for supply chain tracking, IBM, Armonk, N.Y., announced today. Metro is using IBM’s InfoSphere Traceablity Server software as a platform for capturing and managing data on inventory, expiration dates and other information on meat sold at its Real Future Store in Toenisvorst, Germany. The software, which is fully compliant with GS1 EPCglobal’s EPCIS standard for sharing RFID information among trading ...

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