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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.

  • Brother International Deploys BLE Solution to Track Garment Ink Agitation

    The BlueHound system, developed by Bastian Solutions in partnership with Quuppa, uses BLE beacon technology to identify when ink agitation machines are in operation, thereby ensuring a high-quality ink product for direct-to-garment printing.

  • Zebra Survey Finds Warehouses Preparing to Augment Operations With Technology

    The company's "2024 Warehousing Vision Study" finds that RFID and RTLS are among the technologies that three-quarters of surveyed businesses plan to use to meet the demands of the e-commerce market, even with labor shortages.

  • 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.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Auburn University RFID Lab announces retail supply chain project ••• A2B Tracking launches mobile RFID asset-tracking app ••• Atos intros IoT edge-computing server ••• Longview IoT unveils new IoT protocol, extends its secure IoT solutions ••• Zscaler releases report on IoT traffic and threats ••• Event Genius services four cashless events simultaneously via RFID.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Weir Oil & Gas upgrades its RFID-based service platform ••• Samsung SDS, Telensa partner on smart-city solutions ••• ERM Advanced Telematics, Altair Semiconductor team up on automotive IoT asset-tracking tech ••• Smart Cities for All, AT&T collaborate on smart-city playbook focused on disabilities ••• Frost & Sullivan recognizes Nordic ID's RFID retail checkout systems ••• Polte, GeoTraq offer mobile IoT asset trackers.

  • New RFID Staple Tag for Rough Wood Tracks Timber

    Utility Composites' SunDog tag can be stapled directly into a tree, plank, pallet, railroad tie or other wooden item, with a read range of 35 feet, and can be read through water.

  • U.K. Technology Company Tracking Vibration Exposure Expands to Connected-Worker Solution

    Reactec is preparing the launch of a system to monitor the conditions and locations of employees, ensuring their safety and enabling them to summon help, via HF RFID labels on tools and ID badges from CoreRFID.

  • New Zebra Reader Promises Real-Time RFID Data Capture

    The company's ATR7000 overhead reader provides real-time location data for retailers and warehouses using UHF RFID tags on assets, inventory and personnel, while a hybrid solution with an optical camera and an RFID reader tracks space usage as trailers or containers are packed.

  • UHF Reading Drone Tracks Vehicles, Assets

    FEIG Electronics has teamed up with Tiger Labs and Congruex to develop a drone that can capture passive UHF RFID tag reads from a height of 25 feet, then forward that data, along with GPS-based location information, via Wi-Fi, LoRa or Zigbee.

  • RTLS Reader from RF Controls Features Steerable Array Antenna

    RF Controls has released a new passive UHF RFID reader that captures real-time location data; the firm is partnering with Confidex to offer reader and tag solutions for warehouses and other industrial deployments.

  • HyWEAR Puts RFID, Bar-Code Reading in Users' Hands

    The compact, fingerless glove device from Feig Electronics can read tags and scan bar codes without requiring users to carry a handheld reader to capture the IDs of parcels, baggage or other tagged items.

  • New On-Metal Tags Target Food, Beauty, Small Products

    Avery Dennison is releasing two small, on-metal tags to enable brands and retailers to expand RFID tagging to include metal containers, liquids and metallic packaging for food, beverages and cosmetics.

  • RFID News Roundup

    FEIG Electronic releases new firmware to support NXP products ••• RFID4U intros new asset-tracking module ••• European Molecular Biology Lab uses HID Global RFID system to track cryogenic research equipment ••• Sonitor Technologies spins out Forkbeard as subsidiary, establishes new corporate structure ••• Darwin selects Telensa for smart street-lighting project ••• ProGlove unveils ergonomic IoT BLE wearable ••• AIM North America honors Professional of the Year.

  • Skyscraper Panels Tracked via RFID

    Permasteelisa North America is tracking its glass and steel panels as they are installed in new city buildings, while enabling a history of each panel, along with its warranty and maintenance records, so they can be easily accessed using a handheld reader.

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