by Claire Swedberg | Aug 26, 2020 | News
Several companies are conducting early testing of Avery Dennison's Maxdura device—which comes with a built-in battery, a sensor and UHF functionality—so that data can be captured as perishable foods, drugs or other goods pass through portals where tags are being read.
by Claire Swedberg | Aug 25, 2020 | News
Swinburne University of Technology has teamed up with Software AG to provide Internet of Things solutions that are now being tested by Bega Cheese and other companies to boost product quality and operational efficiency for the production of food, composite materials and other goods.
by Claire Swedberg | Aug 24, 2020 | News
Avery Dennison's 2020 market research found the retail market is accelerating its transition into IoT and RFID to bring transparency to supply chains for shippers, retailers and consumers, as part of what it calls a revolutionary digital transformation.
by Rich Handley | Aug 23, 2020 | Editor's Notes
After embedding radio frequency identification into its park-access bracelets several years ago, Walt Disney World now plans to begin focusing more on smartphone apps.
by Kiran Vasishta | Aug 23, 2020 | Expert Views
Here are some specific questions to ask product managers, embedded system engineers and solution architects when choosing an RFID design-in module solution.
by Claire Swedberg | Aug 23, 2020 | Case Studies
The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum is customizing the experience for each patron based on his or her interests and accessibility needs; the technology provides the additional benefit of a safe opening during the pandemic.
by Claire Swedberg | Aug 21, 2020 | News
With shopping behaviors changing at fuel stations and their convenience stores, a cloud-based solution from PDI is tracking fuel levels and in-store sales, helping businesses automate replenishment, predict sales and provide digital purchasing experiences.
by Rich Handley | Aug 20, 2020 | News
Vizinex RFID adds tags for tracking containers, pallets; Semtech deploys LoRa IoT network for South Korean expressways; Swittons intros smart IoT devices for pharma lab digital transformation; Estone Technology offers waterproof tablet with RFID reader, barcode scanner; RestorePoint platform enables visibility, control for IoT data.
by Edson Perin | Aug 19, 2020 | News
The GS1 Registry Platform enables product information to be shared throughout the supply chain and with customers via RFID, barcodes and digital printing.
by Claire Swedberg | Aug 18, 2020 | News
Nothingbutnet is providing a social-distancing-based premium version of its real-time location system for sports, as well as for offices or factories, that leverages Bluetooth Low Energy technology from Quuppa.