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RFID News Roundup

Balluff offers configurator tool to help businesses build RFID systems; iDTRONIC intros mobile handheld RFID reader for explosive environments; Longview IoT, Informa Engage unveil IoT implementation trends survey; IoTium announces IIoT partner ecosystem; PsiKick rebrands to Everactive, raises funding for batteryless IIoT solutions; Hazelcast obtains funding for in-memory computing platform for IoT; IoT company MultiTech Systems wins LoRa Alliance Corporate Award.
By Rich Handley
Jun 20, 2019

Under Armour to Present at RFID Journal LIVE! Retail 2019

RFID Journal announced today that teammates from global footwear and sportswear company Under Armour will speak during a session at RFID Journal LIVE! Retail 2019, titled "Under Armour Shares Its RFID Journey—'Make it, Move it, Sell it.'" The event will be held on June 25-27 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill. The Under Armour session will take place on June 26 at 10:15 AM and will be moderated by Avery Dennison, one of the world's leading UHF RFID solution providers to retail and other key sectors. Click here for more information.

In addition, presented below are news announcements made during the past week by the following organizations: Balluff; iDTRONIC; Longview IoT, Informa Engage; IoTium; PsiKick; Hazelcast; MultiTech Systems, and the LoRa Alliance.

Balluff Offers Configurator Tool to Help Businesses Build RFID Systems

Balluff has announced an online RFID configurator tool that allows users to select the product combinations required for configuring an RFID system to meet specific application needs.

Users can select the primary driver of their application—data carrier (tag or chip), read-write head (antenna) or processor—and the configurator will filter selections to only those tested and proven to work together.

Products can be filtered by required frequency—high-frequency (BIS M), low-frequency (BIS L) and Balluff's proprietary low-frequency for machine tool identification (BIS C), as well as by data carrier mounting options—as well as by whether they are metal-free, non-flush or flush.

Once a system has been built to meet an application's needs, users can add products to the online cart, where they can view availability and pricing or export the product list to an Excel or CSV file. Additional products will be added to the configurator tool as they are released.

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