RFID Sherpas In the Retail sector, RFID tags are primarily attached to:Pallets of merchandise, but not cartons of merchandise or individual pieces of merchandisePallets and cartons of merchandise, but not individual pieces of merchandiseCartons of merchandise, but not individual pieces of merchandiseIndividual pieces of merchandiseIn the Retail sector, RFID is primarily used to:Speed the movement of goods from Factory to StoreMaintain an accurate continuous view of each store's InventoryDetect instances of theft from storesWhich of the following Athletic brands is NOT currently applying RFID tags to the majority of items they produce?NikeAdidasUnder ArmourNone. Each of these brands is currently tagging the majority of items they produce.Embedding RFID inside an ordinary Price Ticket or Label typically increases the cost of that Ticket or Label by how many cents?1-3 cents USD4-6 cents USD7-9 cents USD10-12 cents USD13-15 cents USDRFID tags are usually applied to goods in the factory where the item is produced/assembled. True or False?TrueFalseSpecial RFID stickers have been developed for placement on canned goods like soda cans. True or False?TrueFalseWhich of the following sectors within Retail has seen the greatest use of RFID over the past decade?Consumer ElectronicsWatches & JewelryToys & GamesApparelIf a clothing retailer does not use RFID, then the percentage of time that the retailer's Inventory Management System correctly predicts the number of units of a SKU that are present in a store is typically:Under 70%Between 71-80%Between 81-90%Depending on the type of product, and depending on how densely the carton is packed, it is often possible to read all of the RFID tags inside that carton without opening the carton?YesNoIn 2018 a British professor from the University of Leicester released the results of a study of 10 different retailers using RFID (including Adidas, Lululemon, Tesco and Decathlon). Of the 10 companies studied, how many did not report a positive Return On Investment?01234Placing RFID stickers on the exterior packaging of frozen foods sold in supermarkets is not feasible because the very cold temperatures render the microchips useless. True or false?TrueFalseTime is Up!