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RFID News Roundup

Atlas RFID Solutions launches new track-and-trace software; JADAK releases handheld barcode scanner with RFID functionality; Silicon Labs, Notion partner on IoT smart-home sensor; BehrTech intros wireless IIoT connectivity brand and product family; LoRa Alliance expands LoRaWAN certification program for IoT devices; ABI Research report says IoT tech taking root in agriculture.
By Rich Handley
Jun 13, 2019

Presented here are news announcements made during the past week by the following organizations: Atlas RFID Solutions; JADAK; Silicon Labs, Notion; BehrTech; the LoRa Alliance; and ABI Research.

Atlas RFID Solutions Launches New Track-and-Trace Software

Atlas RFID Solutions, a provider of material-readiness solutions for the construction industry, has announced the release of its latest track-and-trace software. The new platform, known as Jovix 3.0, features upgrades including configurable workflows, user and role management, and no-limit mapping (utilizing satellite imagery to remove the restrictions of yards).

Jovix 3.0 focuses on supporting users and providing flexible features for each project. The platform will offer multi-language options at the user level. It is designed to accommodate tasks on the move and to allow for configurability. For example, "Installation Work Package" could be renamed to a "Work Order" to match a project's nomenclature.

Future releases are expected to incorporate drone images, CAD, EarthCam and other features. In addition, materials will be heat-mapped and clustered, expanding as a user zooms in. Automation features—including auto identifiers and automation rules—are intended to boost productivity, the company reports, by removing manual steps such as updating a material status based on a change in location (for example, if someone enters a quarantine zone).

"We have collaborated with our customers, some of the largest owners and EPCs in the world, and we are proud to bring them a product that will make their jobs even easier," said Robert Fuqua, Atlas RFID Solutions' CEO, in a prepared statement. "The market was once reluctant to digital change, and we are seeing a wholehearted embrace of technologies, including Jovix, which are crucial to building the future for the industry."

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