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U Grok It Releases UHF RFID Reader for Phones, Tablets

The Grokker enables small and midsize businesses to read tags via their Android or iOS smartphones or tablets, using an app created for the purpose of collecting, managing and viewing data about the tagged items being read.

Internet of Things Case Studies

2010 RFID Journal Award: RFID Helps Ensure That Special Cup of Joe

Almacafe, the warehousing subsidiary of the National Federation of Coffee Growers of Colombia, tracks specialty coffee beans to better compete in the global market.

    Internet of Things Features

    The Future Is Now for Smart Cities

    Municipalities across Europe are tapping into RFID and related technologies to deliver new and enhanced services.

    Internet of Things Editor's Notes

    Next Up: A Passive UHF Reader in Your Phone

    Apple's embrace of NFC means all new phones will have an RFID reader—but they also need to be able to read Electronic Product Codes.

    Internet of Things Expert Views

    Organizing the Internet of Things

    It may be too late to bring back EPCglobal's Object Naming Service, but we sure could use it now.

    Internet of Things White Papers

    • NFC for Embedded Applications
      Published September 2014
      Experts predict an explosion of connected things to occur over the next few years. As more things get connected, concerns regarding data privacy and security will escalate. NXP Semiconductors explains why utilizing Near Field Communication as a communication method can help address some of these concerns. (20 pages)
    • One Network: A Billion Dreams
      Published June 2014
      The success of the Internet and the World Wide Web has resulted in a variety of fixed and mobile computing devices being connected, and efficient wireless communication has, therefore, become of critical importance. This first Internet/mobile revolution changed the world profoundly, but Sigfox explains how the next disruptive development—in which the majority of data traffic will be generated by things rather than by human initiation—has the potential to change it even more. (17 pages)
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