Two factors may be driving growth: decreasing tag costs—as low as 10 cents apiece for Wiliot’s battery-harvesting tags—and software with artificial intelligence and machine learning so users can do more with the data they collect.
Business owners can develop successful marketing methods by deploying RFID and other technologies, and by doing their research.
The IW612 supports Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2 and 802.15.4, enabling simultaneous transmitting and receiving for smart-home, automotive and industrial applications, and connecting smart devices across various protocols and ecosystems.
Stores are deploying technology from Sensormatic Solutions and Impinj to identify any products being removed, with alerting and analytics to prevent theft in real time or through merchandising strategies.
Tales from the Field: Building and Running a Successful IT Hardware Asset-Management Program
During this webinar, the manager of data center services at a large healthcare organization based in North Texas will share […]
BAE Systems Improves Chemical Tracking with RFID
Global defense technology company BAE Systems has boosted its chemical tracking capability with a UHF RFID solution. The system moves […]
Improving Asset Tracking and Management with an IoT-enabled RFID Solution
From tool tracking and supply chain management, discover how Boeing is helping Aerospace & Defense organizations achieve end-to-end visibility of […]
From Space to Commercial Aviation: Applying Continuous Inventory Monitoring to Everyday Flights
Problems with keeping up with inventory aren’t limited to here on earth. The International Space Station (ISS) has been using […]
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