A solution deployed by Anjos Baby provides 100 percent accuracy in the delivery of its products to retailers, and at a lower cost.
Australian senior living facility Odyssey is deploying sensor-based IoT technology to track residents and patients so it can predict, prevent and respond to injuries and health issues, as well as identify anyone with a fever attempting to enter.
With the right use and research, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things could create a safer world for us all.
Makenji, a manufacturer of women’s and men’s fashion, now tags all of its products, reducing costs and boosting its competitiveness.
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 […]
Damage in Your Supply Chain? Using RFID to Deter, Detect and Diagnose
Did you know that utilizing indicators allows a company greater visibility into its supply chain and reduces damage by up […]
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