Radio Frequency Identification

The RFID Lab at Auburn University is a research institute focusing on the business case and technical implementation of RFID and other emerging technologies in retail, aviation, supply chain, and manufacturing.

ARC PROGRAM

The purpose of the ARC program is to ensure that RFID tags are able to meet or exceed the levels of performance and quality necessary to provide benefit to the End user in a consistent and cost effective manner.
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End users

ARC helps create tag performance requirements of your RFID Use Cases.

Suppliers

ARC provides information and lists to Suppliers of approved RFID tags and tagging practices.

Inlay Manufacturers

ARC provides a single, open benchmark testing facility where tags are tested to published testing standards.

ARC Testing

ARC is a test system and database that stores comprehensive performance data of in-development and market available RFID tags. ARC has been working with end users to translate RFID use cases into specific levels of performance in the ARC test environment (ARC Chamber).
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about the rfid lab

The RFID Research Center opens its original 10,000 sq. ft. facility housed in the working distribution center of Hanna’s Candle Factory under the University of Arkansas Sam M Walton College of Science.

RFID Research Center becomes the only academic lab in the world to receive Performance Test Center accreditation from EPCglobal Inc

After a 29-week study at Walmart, the Center publishes the first ever RFID research showing stock-out reductions up to 16%.

The RFID Research Center partners with major retailers: Dillard’s, JCPenny, Bloomingdales, & Macy’s to study improvements in inventory accuracy through item-level RFID tagging.

“Network World” recognizes the University of Arkansas RFID Center as on the world’s “10 Really Cool University Networking Labs.”

In “Phase I” a study of Return On Investment for suppliers, the RFID Research Center publishes the first ever white paper finding 60 RFID use cases, from raw materials, to supplier DC outbound doors.

The Center forms the Arkansas Radio Compliance (ARC) Program that is streamlining the adoption of RFID inlays at major retailers.

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Lab moves to Auburn University This is some text so the timeline looks good

The RFID Research Center opens its original 10,000 sq. ft. facility housed in the working distribution center of Hanna’s Candle Factory under the University of Arkansas Sam M Walton College of Science.

RFID Research Center becomes the only academic lab in the world to receive Performance Test Center accreditation from EPCglobal Inc

After a 29-week study at Walmart, the Center publishes the first ever RFID research showing stock-out reductions up to 16%.

The RFID Research Center partners with major retailers: Dillard’s, JCPenny, Bloomingdales, & Macy’s to study improvements in inventory accuracy through item-level RFID tagging.

“Network World” recognizes the University of Arkansas RFID Center as on the world’s “10 Really Cool University Networking Labs.”

In “Phase I” a study of Return On Investment for suppliers, the RFID Research Center publishes the first ever white paper finding 60 RFID use cases, from raw materials, to supplier DC outbound doors.

The Center forms the Arkansas Radio Compliance (ARC) Program that is streamlining the adoption of RFID inlays at major retailers.

Lab moves to Auburn University This is some text so the timeline looks good

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