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RFID News Roundup

Atlas RFID Solutions offers new track-and-trace software; Smartrac NFC products certified by NFC Forum, DEKRA Lab; Senet, Radio Bridge partner to accelerate IoT solution development; Yokogawa Electric Corp. deploys Multi-Tech Systems' IIoT gateway; MarketsandMarkets releases forecasts for narrowband IoT, 5G IoT markets.
By Rich Handley
Jul 04, 2019

Presented here are news announcements made during the past week by the following organizations: Atlas RFID Solutions; Smartrac Technology Group, the NFC Forum, DEKRA Lab; Senet, Radio Bridge; Yokogawa Electric Corp., Multi-Tech Systems; and MarketsandMarkets.

Atlas RFID Offers New Track-and-Trace Software

Atlas RFID Solutions, a provider of material-readiness systems for the construction industry, has announced its latest track-and-trace software, slated for release in the third quarter of this year. The new platform, called Jovix 3.0, features upgrades including configurable workflows, user and role management, and no-limit mapping.

Jovix provides automatic identification via barcodes and RFID to offer material visibility throughout supply chains. According to the company, Jovix 3.0 Track and Trace will focus on supporting users and providing flexible features for each project and will offer multi-language options at the user level. The platform's design will enable users to move from desktop to tablet to mobile. In addition, the platform will allow configurability; "Installation Work Package," for instance, could be renamed "Work Order" to match a project's nomenclature.

No-limit mapping utilizes satellite imagery to remove the restrictions of yards. Future releases, the company reports, will expand this to drone images, CAD, EarthCam and more. In addition, materials will be heat-mapped and clustered, expanding as a user zooms in. Automation features, including auto-identifiers and automation rules, will boost productivity by removing manual steps such as changing a material status based on the change of a location.

"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, the company's CEO, in a prepared statement. "The market was once reluctant to digital change, and we are seeing a whole-hearted embrace of technologies including Jovix which are crucial to building the future for the industry."

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