An IoT solution from Sindcom, using Semtech's LoRaWAN protocol chip, is enabling the zoo to reduce its energy and water consumption by 10 percent, while cutting labor hours previously required for checking meters.
Sekisui Aerospace Corp. is leveraging a solution from Xemelgo to capture automated data about the status and use of its plaster mandrel tools for building aircraft components, thereby improving efficiency and moving toward a paperless factory.
Artificial intelligence, machine learning, data scraping and IoT technologies interact with guests at Michigan State University Museum's latest exhibit.
Princess Cruises began sailing again this summer, leveraging its OceanMedallion technology to help guests gain personalized experiences, while providing a sense of safety by reducing contacts and offering tracing.
RFID Journal recently held its 19th annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available from the event's Health Care and Pharmaceuticals, Internet of Things, RFID and IoT for Inventory and Warehouse Management, and RFID Strategies and Best Practices tracks.
RFID Journal recently held its 19th annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available from the keynotes, the Best New Product finalists, and the Manufacturing, Retail and Apparel, and Supply Chain and Logistics tracks.
With readers on forklifts and video integrated with stitching, EPC Solutions Taiwan is building a system for the flat-screen manufacturer that provides an image of its warehouse floor, as well as data about the precise locations of products and materials.
New York's Bishop Rehabilitation and Nursing Center has been tracking health conditions in real time using Murata Vios technology, while identifying trends so it can target healthcare and improve outcomes.
The First Electronics Corp. is using A2B Tracking's RFID technology to locate 10,000 cables under assembly, thus reducing manual search times while improving manufacturing efficiency.
Luik Natie launched an RFID system as part of its automated cold storage area at the Port of Antwerp, using technology from Aucxis RFID Solutions to enable the identification and location of frozen food stored in racks up to 16 meters in height.