Researchers at the University of Bologna are building prototypes for bandages with built-in RFID chips and antennas so patients and doctors can capture data about the healing process based on moisture levels, without removing dressings and potentially disturbing wounds.
The standards organization is enabling companies with ultra-wideband technologies to have their products certified for meeting the FiRa specification for the IEEE 802.15.4z standard, so that UWB systems can coexist as the technology becomes more ubiquitous.
Today’s campuses are leveraging technology to protect the health of their building occupants, while improving energy efficiency, reducing costs and enhancing operations.
An IoT solution from Sindcom, using Semtech’s LoRaWAN protocol chip, is enabling the zoo to reduce its energy and water consumption by 10 percent, while cutting labor hours previously required for checking meters.
Taking Passive RFID to New Levels with Temperature, Liquid Fill Level and Moisture Monitoring
Omni-ID, the original patent holder for on-metal RFID tags (now part of HID Global), has partnered with specialist IC manufacturer […]
How RFID Can Alleviate Supply Chain Bottlenecks
Across Europe, businesses are grappling with delayed shipments, resource shortages and other challenges that disrupt normal operations. This session will […]
Tracking Medical Devices with RFID at Tallaght University Hospital
The Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering (MPCE) Department at Tallaght University Hospital manages and maintains approximately 8,000 medical devices. In […]
Best Practices on RFID and IoT Services for Harsh Environments
This session will cover RFID technologies and related standards for harsh environments. Among the questions you will hear answers to […]
May 17, 9:00 am - May 19, 2022, 3:30 pm
December 09, 2:00 pm - December 09, 2021, 3:00 pm
February 08, 11:00 am - February 08, 2022, 1:00 pm