The em|aura-sense, with capacitance for moisture or touch detection, can respond to a UHF RFID reader by storing sensor data or transmitting it back to the interrogator, enabling those with existing RFID inventory-counting systems to add the tags and gain additional data.
With a transceiver, an ultrasonic sensor, Bluetooth connectivity and tagged pods, the LifeFuels bottle lets users view on an app what they’ve consumed and thus manage fluid intake and reordering; the company tracks inventory in-house via the pods.
Quality Hospital Solutions’ SamplePod comes with PragmatIC’s flexible HF integrated circuit in labels, in order to identify each sample, link it to the pod and identify its location from a hospital’s surgery department to lab testing.
Why knowing the location of students and teachers is vital.
Introduction to Virtual Event Platform
RFID Journal will host RFID Journal Virtually LIVE! on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. This 10-minute video explains how the […]
Best New Products of 2020: PervasID’s Flow Ranger and Printronix Auto ID’s T6000e RFID printer
The PervasID Flow Ranger is a highly accurate, directional passive UHF RFID reader system with zero accuracy drop-off and with speeds of up to 400 […]
RFID In Manufacturing 2020
Manufacturing companies are employing radio frequency identification (RFID) to achieve major benefits, both in their supply chains and in their […]
Best New RFID Products of 2020: METRC’s Wearable Passive UHF Reader and EM Microelectronic’s em|echo-V Dual-Frequency Chip
METRC’s new compact and lightweight wearable UHF RFID reader provides a hands-free operation to automatically scan RFID tagged items as the user is handling them. Worn […]
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