The pioneering RFID company plans to switch to a larger headquarters in 2015, and to continue work at its lab and Retail Experience Center to further develop its xArray "Always On" UHF RFID reader, Monza chips and new Item Intelligence software.
A UHF solution, from Simply RFID, enables the University of Southern California to boost the accuracy of inventory data related to on- and off-campus housing furnishings.
Through programs such as the Global City Teams Challenge and Google's search for IoT research projects, public and private organizations are looking to move the Internet of Things from concept to reality.
The Louisiana agency is using passive UHF tags and readers to manage evidence stored within its vault, ensuring that nothing goes missing, and also plans to employ the technology to track equipment assigned to police cars.
The recreational program is including RFID technology at 20 resorts this season, in order to allow the automatic identification of racers before they head down the slopes.
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The Singapore-based company can better track the towels it loans to patrons, as well as those that are picked up or returned by its laundry service provider.
The French wireless sensor provider is expanding beyond its core business in the life-sciences sector by enabling long-range, low-power sensors that communicate via Sigfox's protocol and network.
The Israeli door manufacturer is affixing passive UHF tags to the wood planks it uses to make its products, employing RFID data to instruct the automatic manufacturing process.
New York transportation agency invites tenders for the installation of tags and readers within bridges and tunnels; Wisconsin library requests RFID library tags; UAE airports seek RFID-based tagging system.