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Correios Brazil introducing RFID to track important deliveries

The Brazilian Postal Service, Correios Brazil, has installed an intelligent infrastructure to monitor nationwide letters, parcels and valuable assets. 

The solution has been developed and supplied by Aida Center, a Keonn partner in the field of RFID identification and tracking. It comprises 400 RFID gates and 1000 Keonn antennas Advantenna-p12
 
The RFID solution is completely plug and play.
 
Now, Correios Brazil has full control and visibility of the deliveries at every point in the delivery route. 
AdvanLook-LT news

New product: AdvanLook-LT with tray

AdvanLook-LT is a recommendation and cross-selling system with tray ideal for cosmetics, footwear, wine, etc. 
 
By simply placing a product on the tray of AdvanLook-LT, customers see benefits, experts' advice, videos of how to use the product, and recommended products.
 
Customers can also share images and information of the products in social media, and pay for the products with their smartphone.
 
The content and user interface of AdvanLook-LT can be remotely updated very easily, by means of AdvanCloud cloud-based software platform.
 
With AdvanLook-LT, brands and retailers increase sales, improve conversion rates and enhance the customer shopping experience.
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One of the largest passive UHF RFID deployment in the world uses Keonn systems and components

Brascol, a Brazilian clothing wholesaler with the one of the largest passive UHF RFID deployment in the world, has installed Keonn systems and components at its outlet. 
 
iTAG Tecnologia, a Keonn's partner in Brazil, has worked with Brascol on the solution's design, development and processes, and provided the systems integration. Brascol has tagged over 70000 stock-keeping units and installed 25 RFID-enabled stations. The stations use Advantennas to scan customers' carts to show a list of items and their prices.
 
As a result, the process has significantly decreased the queue at the cash registers. Now checking out 500 items takes only 16 minutes instead of 50 min, which means that an average purchase now takes less than 35% of the time than before.
 
Brascol is also using several AdvanMats (RFID UHF floor mats) for increased loss prevention and shrinkage reduction at the outlet.
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Keonn RFID floor mats for a jewelry retailer

A large retail chain of jewelry and luxury goods, with over 370 stores worldwide is deploying RFID for reducing theft
 
The systems, installed and configured by a Spanish system integrator, consist of AdvanMat (RFID floor mats) and AdvanEAS (RFID alarm units). 
 
As a result, the retailer is reducing theft at its stores and keeps the store entrance free of pedestals, which attracts more customers
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Keonn antennas at Atlanta's College Football Hall of Fame

A US system integrator has installed an RFID system at Atlanta's College Football Hall of Fame to allow viewers to interact with their favorite teams through the exhibition.
 
The system uses 26 Advantenna-p14 (RFID UHF Antenna), over 100 RFID readers and RFID credentials for visitors to activate customized content throughout the venue. 
 
In this way visitors are provided with a highly-immersive, interactive and engaging experience.
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New Keonn tag encoding system: AdvanStation

Keonn has released AdvanStation, an encoding station for paper and hard RFID UHF tags.
 
Keonn encoding station includes an internal RFID reader, RFID antenna, embedded computer and software, barcode reader, and light and acoustic indicators. 
 
AdvanStation easily and quickly encodes hundreds or thousands of RFID tags at retail stores, offices, distribution centers, warehouses, or other spaces.
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We are growing - new Keonn office!

In order to sustain growth, we have moved to a brand new, bigger office located at Pere IV, 78-84, 6th floor, 3a, 08005 Barcelona
 
The new office features space for a growing number of staff members, meeting room, showroom, assembly line and warehouse, all of which look out to magnificent 360° views of Barcelona: Torre Agbar, Sagrada Familia, Tibidabo mountain and Mediterranean Sea. 
 
With this new office, we will be able to provide better service to our partners.
Feel invited to visit us at our new office at any time!
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Increasing sales at retail stores with RFID-based interactive systems

The world of retail is rapidly changing. Shoppers are becoming technologically-savvier, increasingly sophisticated, fashion conscious,value-seeking, and less loyal.
 
In this environment, customer retention is becoming increasingly difficult as shoppers are willing to shop at a wide variety of stores and across a broad range of retailing formats.
 
To face these market pressures, retailers are focusing on improving the customers experience. After all, a customer's experience strongly influences buying frequency, buying behavior, world-of-mouth communication, and overall satisfaction.
 
However, the shopping experience at retail stores has hardly changed in the last 15 years. As a result, retailers lose many opportunities for selling more to customers in their stores. 
 
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Keonn wins the Coolest Demo Contest at RFID JL with its RFID robot  

AdvanRobot, an RFID-based inventory robot was chosen by the participants of the RFID Journal Live 2013 as the Coolest Demo in the show.

It is a second year in a row that Keonn Technologies has been honored as a winner of this contest.

AdvanRobot is a mobile and autonomous RFID system with on-board navigation that performs automatically the inventory of a given space, for instance, a retail store or a low-ceiling warehouse. 

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The fast growing business of RFID smart shelves  

Smart shelves and cabinets have long been considered one of the most promising opportunities for the RFID industry. Perpetual inventory and location of all products in a store, hospital, library or manufacturing plant opens up a host of business cases with demonstrable ROI's.
 
Preventing stock outs, identifying misplaced items, helping customers finding the products they want, controlling who checks out valuable items, or ensuring availability of critical parts are just a few examples.
 
However, deploying smart shelves and cabinets on a large scale is faced with several important challenges.