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The supply chain damage-management specialist will lead the sponsorship lineup at this year's RFID Journal LIVE! event, taking place in Orlando, Fla., on Sept. 9–11.
Touchless IoT-based technologies powered by wireless charging can help to keep restrooms as hygienic and healthy as possible.
During this online event, representatives from SpotSee and SDG Systems explained how RFID can help companies identify and prevent supply chain damage.
Magazzino Italian Art is launching a solution from Advanced Industrial Marketing to detect unsafe proximities and alert visitors so they can be comfortable in remaining a safe distance from others.
Texas-based Frame Source Group offers an app that works with RFID to let its optometrist customers view its inventory of eyeglass frames, thereby reducing shrinkage and labor time, while helping brands and its sales office ensure products are available.
The For Boys For Girls store chain has invested in greater efficiency and agility through radio frequency identification technology.
In the healthcare field, Internet of Things solutions have been making life easier for medical professionals and enhancing patient care.
Identiv has partnered with NXP Semiconductors to produce a patch that can be worn on a person's arm that will transmit his or her temperature readings as the individual enters large public venues, or while being monitored remotely in quarantine.
MSM Solutions updates Android operating system for RFID software; IOTech offers open edge software platform for IoT systems; ADLINK, Intel team up on AI robotics controller; Axess brings Kathrein RFID tech to ski resorts; CompTIA predicts AI, 5G will drive technology revolution; Sectigo launches YouTube video series on IoT security.