Webinar archive

Webinar archive

Browse through our recorded webinars!

With new topics every month, there's something for everyone. Explore latest trends and innovations in the RFID industry, including apparel and footwear, automotive, aviation, food, healthcare, and more. 


How RAIN RFID can enable smarter vehicle manufacturing

Avery Dennison is partnering with NXP to share insights on how RAIN RFID can improve and accelerate automotive supply chain management processes and component tagging applications. Join our industry experts to learn how RAIN RFID solutions can serve the entire product life cycle, enable smart logistics, enhance after-sales service, drive cost down and your efficiency up.


RFID in aviation: Myths debunked

In these challenging times, staying connected matters more than ever. The spreading of the coronovirus disease (COVID-19) means the aviation industry is facing unprecetended challenges; now is the time to work together and plan ahead for the future. Avery Dennison partnered up with SICK, Inc. about the impact of RFID on the aviation industry. 


Digital identities: Technologies that can help propel the success of beauty brands and retailers in these unprecedented times

Seamlessly merging the physical and digital world has become imperative and the lack of end-to-end, item level clarity has proven to be detrimental to retailers who have to juggle ever-evolving consumer demands — especially during COVID-19. In our latest webinar with WWD, we explored the role of digital identities for Beauty, opening up a conversation on how digital transformation is necessary to future proof the industry.


How the digitalization of the food supply chain brings value to the brand

Digital supply chain transformations in the food industry have led to full product transparency for the consumer. But what about the brand? Inventory and product data accuracy, speed to market, waste management and the ability to quickly identify and respond to supply chain issues are all crucial for food and beverage manufacturers. Join our webinar to see how digitizing food supply chains allows brands to be connected, efficient and responsive to customer needs and changing industry regulations, while ultimately impacting their bottom line.

What are the traceability challenges for quick service restaurants?

RFID has been successfully implemented in retail models and is making its way into quick-service restaurants to improve traceability, operational efficiency and issues related to recalls and product  expiration management. While health safety, regulatory compliance and new customer behaviours increases, RFID optimises day-to-day operational tasks and improves operating results and financial impact. 

This Webinar is hosted in French, in partnership with Mojix and Zebra 

RFID in the Food Chain 2020: The roadmap to digital supply chains

Join our live session “The foundational future of food: supply chain digitization” as we explore the latest trends in food retail and some of the ways grocers and restaurants are using RFID technology to improve their visibility, efficiency and ultimately reduce waste. 

RFID + Blockchain: Enabling greater transparency and traceability in food retail

More and more customers want to know what’s in their food and where, exactly, it came from, all the way back to the source. RFID technology in conjunction with blockchain, allows grocers and brands to verify a food item’s journey across the entire supply chain and easily share the information with customers. In this webinar we’ll look at the latest trends in food retail and some of the ways grocery retailers are using RFID passive IoT sensors to re-imagine their supply chain operations and meet increasing demands for transparency.

Food forward: Building supply chain resilience for a post Covid-19 digital leap

In this webinar, we'll look at some of the ways grocery retailers are using RFID passive IoT sensors to re-imagine their supply chain operations, offer better -- and more socially distanced -- consumer experiences, while gaining unprecedented inventory visibility to bolster their e-commerce platforms. 

Culture of food safety: The consumer

In this webinar Amy Awe, Market Development Manager, Avery Dennison, will share the latest insights and standards driving the digital supply chain and connected product information, and how consumers can access product provenance, nutritional and storage information enabling them to make informed decisions on safe food handling while also increasing brand transparency.


Optimising pharma and healthcare supply chain with RFID technology

Join our webinar in partnership with Impinj and learn about the key issues facing pharma & healthcare: how RFID provides effective and efficient solutions, market trends around serialization and security, case studies on wirelessly identifying product usage, expiration and location in the supply chain. 

Healthcare transformation through RFID

Join us for a webinar to gain a deeper understanding of the technology of RFID and its latest application cases in the field of healthcare and pharmaceutical. Speakers from various professional backgrounds are ready to share insights and perspectives on present-day RFID trends.

Industrial Applications

Everything connected: Transforming industry with RFID

How is RFID transforming industrial markets? And what opportunities does it present for system integrators? Avery Dennison and Impinj intelligent label experts will explain it all in this information-rich webinar. Learn how customers can deploy RFID to improve supply chain efficiency, transparency and safety, and accelerate the arrival of industry 4.0.


Improving retail experience and operations through RFID and robotics

Do you have RFID tags on your retail product already and want to explore an alternative counting process? Are you curious about adding RFID for inventory accuracy but don't feel your in store team has the time to count? Or do you want a daily count to get your replenishments and allocations more accurate? Watch our short webinar on-demand where we explain the benefits of adding robotic RFID counting and how it works for retailers.

Getting retail digital transformation right

The recent rise of e-commerce linked with COVID-19 has put a strain on couriers’ capacity, while also having a negative impact on the environment due to the increase of packaging used for deliveries and returns. Buy Online Pick-up In Store (BOPIS), also known as Click & Collect, is quickly becoming an efficient alternative for retailers, as they look for ways to leverage their now empty stores to satisfy customer demand both online and offline. Watch our latest webinar with RFIDJournal Live, where Kris Barton, Director of Market Development shares insights and trends into the power of BOPIS and its potential to safeguard the environment, improve customer satisfaction and maximize stores’ efficiency.


RFID: A case study with Avery Dennison and Zebra Technologies

With higher consumer experience expectations and razor-thin profit margins, the entire food industry is challenged to find ways to drive traceability. RFID now plays a key role in that challenge. On this session, Avery Dennison and Zebra Technologies will discuss their ongoing RFID collaboration, sharing insights on how assigning and capturing standardized data will be foundational to faster more efficient and more precise supply chains, reducing costs associated with labor, exception processing and food waste, and why automating the capture of cartons or items means improved visibility and inventory management, as well as swift reaction to any withdrawal scenario.