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InnerSpace's inFORCE solution can detect the locations of workers or the public as they move around a space, thereby facilitating social distancing, emergency response and crowd management.
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The right solutions can help businesses drive enhancements and further productivity.
Sewio offers free IoT software, consultancy for smart quarantining; SSE Technologies launches mobile app using PTS software to test for COVID-19; Sigfox supports COVID-related efforts; MachineMetrics grants free access to manufacturers fighting coronavirus; U-box acquires IoT company Thingstream; STMicroelectronics unveils rugged controller for smart devices; CoreRFID automates lifting equipment inspections for Catena.
A trending Facebook post claims the U.S. government is using the coronavirus pandemic to embed RFID chips in everyone. Don't believe everything you read.
What lessons can be learned from reviewing how we manage cybersecurity and applying it to an anti-coronavirus campaign?
The Federal Communications Commission is expected to rule in April on the dedication of the 6 to 7.2 GHz bandwidth to unlicensed Wi-Fi use, which could drown out UWB and other technologies already using that space at a lower power level.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, these machines have become a vital resource for saving lives. Are we using them as efficiently as possible?
An RFID Journal webinar held on Mar. 31, 2020, discussed simple solutions that can help companies deter, detect and diagnose damage in their supply chain so that they can reduce losses by half.