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Teslonix intros overhead RFID reader system; Xerafy releases metal RFID asset-management tag; Allot report highlights IoT concerns as telecoms prepare for 5G; Objenious LoRaWAN-certified products to include Kerlink low-power IoT reference design; Senet, MeterSYS partner on smart-city solutions for public utilities; Wyld Networks, Delta-T Devices sign framework contract for connected soil sensors; Zigbee Alliance augments Green Power Program for IoT devices; Accruent, Synchronoss Technologies announce IoT partnership for dynamic environments.
By Rich Handley
Nov 21, 2019

Presented here are news announcements made during the past week by the following organizations: Teslonix; Xerafy; Allot; Objenious, Kerlink; Senet, MeterSYS; Wyld Networks, Delta-T Devices; the Zigbee Alliance; Accruent, and Synchronoss Technologies.

Teslonix Intros Overhead RFID Reader System

Teslonix has announced that its distributed overhead RFID reader system is available for external customer and partner evaluations and deployments. The company reports that it has achieved nearly a 99% read rate for tag densities of up to 6,000 to 8,000 tags in large spaces (160 to 180 square meters) with four readers.

Several field trials have been completed involving a global systems integrator and global solution providers. The technology's main benefit for retailers, the company reports, is an accurate view and control of inventory in an automated way, which leads to increased sales. The system is completely wireless, providing benefits in terms of cost and ease of installation.

Teslonix's SmartKick is a device-connectivity platform designed to read and monitor large deployments of RFID tags with less infrastructure compared to comparable solutions. The system provides improved read rates, the company says, and an efficient communication channel to deliver strategic inventory data to the cloud. SmartKick is a fixed-infrastructure real-time inventory solution that utilizes a passive Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity system based on the firm's smartRFpower firmware.

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