New connectors for Keonn antennas  

Keonn has designed and developed a new type of connector for its antennas: flange right angle connectors

This connector is ideal for applications like smart shelves, where the space occupied by the antenna must be minimal, and when edge-mount connectors cannot be used.

With these connectors, Keonn offers 3 types of connectors for its antennas:

• Flange straight connectors
• Flange right angle connectors
• Edge mount connectors (for some antenna models)


Interactive fitting rooms for increasing sales  

Roberto Verino, an apparel retailer, has installed Keonn RFID fitting room system AdvanFitting at their new retail store in Barcelona.

The installation and integration have been performed by a systems integrator.

AdvanFitting detects the tagged items taken by customers into each fitting room and shows these items in a touchscreen located in the same fitting room.

Customers can request another size or color without leaving the fitting room, and are shown complementary products for cross-selling purposes.

Each AdvanFitting unit is installed above the ceiling, making it completely invisible.

Thanks to its high directivity, each AdvanFitting unit detects the RFID tags located at its corresponding fitting room, while minimizing the detection of products located in neighboring fitting rooms or in areas nearby.


RFID system for tracking rental equipment  

Aucxis RFID Solutions, a systems integrator based in Belgium, has deployed a “tracking and tracing of rental equipment” solution, which applies to a wide range of logistic materials such as durable boxes and rolling materials which are rented out.

This system uses several Keonn Advantenna-p14 antennas mounted in the several portals.

Thanks to the "curtain" beam shape of these antennas, the materials that pass through the gate are immediately identified, providing full traceability of all product movements.


Smart shelves for apparel stores in Sweden  

MJ Consulting, a system integrator based in Sweden, has installed smart shelves based on Keonn's AdvanShelf system in an apparel retail store in Sweden.

The system provides real-time inventory and real-time location of all the items placed on the shelves, typically achieving 100% read-rate.

Keonn has supplied all the RFID hardware (antennas, multiplexers, readers, RF cables) and the software drivers, and MJ Consulting has assumed the configuration, installation and integration with the retailer systems.


Smart floor mats to avoid shoplifting in Italy  

ID Solutions and the University of Parma have deployed Keonn's RFID floor mat AdvanMat at a retail store in Bologna (Italy).

AdvanMat is connected to an RFID reader and an alarm.

When a customer leaves the store without paying some products, AdvanMat and the reader detect it and the alarm sounds.

The system is easy to tune as well as an effective countermeasure to shoplifters. In addition, the entrance of the store is clear from obstacles, which improves the aesthetics of the store and increases the number of shoppers that enter the store, contributing also to an increase in sales.


Keonn has successfully run a pilot of AdvanShelf™ in a Carrefour store in Belgium  

Within the framework of the Bridge European Project, Keonn has tested an AdvanShelf™ gondola for books (an RFID-enabled gondola) in a Carrefour store in Belgium.


Keonn is leading a project for improving the shopping experience of the visually impaired and mobility impaired at retail stores  

This project has the financial support of the Ministerio de Industria, Energía y Turismo of Spain. The participants of this project are Keonn, UPF (University Pompeu Fabra) and GS1 Spain (AECOC). 


Keonn está liderando un proyecto para desarrollar un sistema integrado de identificación RFID e iluminación destinado a tiendas 

Este proyecto ha sido cofinanciado por el Ministerio de Industria, Energía y Turismo, dentro del Plan Nacional de Investigación Científica, Desarrollo e Innovación Tecnológica 2008-2011. La referencia del proyecto es la TSI-020602-2012-147. Los participantes del proyecto son Keonn y Desigual. 


Keonn ha liderado un proyecto para mejorar la experiencia de compra de personas con discapacidades en tiendas  

Este proyecto ha sido cofinanciado por el Ministerio de Industria, Energía y Turismo de España, dentro del Plan Nacional de Investigación Científica, Desarrollo e Innovación Tecnológica 2008-2011. Los participantes de este proyecto son Keonn, UPF (Universidad Pompeu Fabra) y AECOC (GS1 España).