The two organizations have announced that they will align their efforts to enable interoperability, prevent fragmentation and maximize synergies of 5G for the Industrial Internet of Things.
The growth in the use of NFC contactless cards and smartphones is stimulating retailers to accelerate and simplify payments.
The semiconductor company's new solution is designed to optimize Industry 4.0 applications to enable smart maintenance of factory equipment.
Kerlink's LoRaWAN solution is capturing radon measurements at Mount Etna's craters in real time, so that researchers have access to data and analytics related to conditions that could lead to an eruption.
The hybrid RFID and QR code-based solution from Identech allows Stadler Winterthur to provide project-specific instructions to its workers, capture data about production, and enable maintenance-based information collection for its rail-service customers.
The company is working with warehouses and suppliers to provide a kanban-based solution employing its ARU 2400 reader with FAKRA connectors that enable the quick connection of up to 24 additional antennas to capture automated tag reads on shelves.
Ferrero tracks approximately 1,200 employees at two of its Turkish sites when they report to a mustering station, using a BLE badge, an app and software provided by Litum.
The companies are collaborating on a largescale implementation for Netze BW, a German distribution network company for electricity, gas and water.
Customers can text their payments for drinks at The Drug Store in Tribeca, N.Y., while Iris Nova's RFID system from Avery Dennison tracks inventory levels so no products go out of stock.
Several dozen companies are already using a solution now being commercially launched by SML Group, known as FactoryCare, to eliminate shipping errors and thereby avoid corresponding penalties from retailers.