by Claire Swedberg | Jun 9, 2023 | News
A solution from Reelables, with InPlay integrated circuits, can be activated and then transmit for up to a year via BLE, using a printed battery without toxic chemicals or heavy metals.
by Rich Handley | Jun 8, 2023 | News
Sensormatic Solutions intros acousto-magnetic metal label; XO2Tech offers AI and RFID meal-planning app; Silicon Labs dual-band SoC extends connectivity for multiple protocols; 5G Open Innovation Lab partners with F5, GXC, Spirent Communications; AsReader, Xemelgo unveil app to guide manufacturers on tagging.
by Claire Swedberg | Jun 7, 2023 | News
SML's Clarity software will manage data from PervasID's Ranger readers so stores can capture location data about merchandise without requiring handheld readers.
by Edson Perin | Jun 7, 2023 | Trends
RFID Journal LIVE! serves the global Internet of Things community as an annual reference for updates on automatic identification and data capture topics.
by Rich Handley | Jun 6, 2023 | Editor's Notes
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by Claire Swedberg | Jun 6, 2023 | News
Asset Infinity provides solutions to Fortune 500 companies, traditionally with barcode- and QR code-based data capture, and now with RFID as well.
by Rich Handley | Jun 5, 2023 | News
The company says its new branding signifies a commitment to 'enabling the future' via its portfolio of IoT solutions and sustainability-minded products.
by Claire Swedberg | Jun 4, 2023 | Case Studies
The healthcare technology company is leveraging Cognosos's BLE and radio cloud-based sensors to provide room-level data about a hospital's asset locations, and thus their status.
by Paul Boucherle | Jun 4, 2023 | Expert Views
The most frequent failure point I have seen with emerging technologies in pilot programs is the tactic of "fire and forget." Never assume the pilot program is proceeding as planned.
by Claire Swedberg | Jun 2, 2023 | News
As doctors and nurses enter the technology-rich patient rooms at OhioHealth, their information will be displayed on a TV monitor to help patients understand who comes and goes from their bedside.