When developing and implementing an RFID solution, it's a good idea to test early and often.
Evans Distribution Systems has reduced customer claims to nearly zero for the cookies it packs and ships, by tracking the packing quality of each box and pallet via ADLINK's machine vision-based technology and artificial intelligence.
Both manufacturers and systems integrators in the United States are eligible for Small Business Administration loans for two months of payroll, and repayment will be forgiven if the rules are followed.
The Australian startup is betting on the system to combat fraud—which, according to the company's data, is close to $70 billion.
The Industrial Internet of Things, powered wirelessly, offers new opportunities for innovation.
Eventually, businesses will again start receiving the goods they're having trouble stocking, but human compassion seems to be in short supply.
A LoRaWAN-based solution is bringing visibility to assets, equipment and cargo, thereby decreasing energy consumption, improving passenger comfort, making operations more efficient and reducing flight delays.
Avery Dennison releases white paper on RFID isolating material performance; Syngenta orders 10,000 tags from CoreRFID; Blulog supports hospitals in battling COVID-19; Swittons, drug companies partner to combat coronavirus spread; Rohde & Schwarz, CommSolid By Goodix support wake-up signal test to improve power efficiency in NB-IoT devices; GlobalPlatform publishes new spec for Secure Element integration into IoT devices; SiFive intros trace-and-debug portfolio for IoT; Worldsensing, IDS GeoRadar launch IoT mining-monitoring system.
Bastille Networks has released a portable kit for temporary deployments to help government agencies and companies view and manage the wireless activity taking place in their secure areas.
The Internet of Things could make a huge difference in that sector.