View the PDFs and recordings from RFID Journal's recent virtual event.
Rainforest Connection has deployed a solution in 32 countries by which a wireless device listens for signs of illegal deforestation in progress and alerts officials, leveraging a LoRa connection from SpaceX.
Argonne Labs' Yung Liu has spent two decades developing and deploying RFID and IoT solutions to ensure the real-time management of nuclear waste, whether in storage or as it is being transported.
The founder and director of Cal Poly's PolyGAIT Center for Global Automatic Identification Technologies has been solving industry challenges with RFID for two decades, and is leading students who are driving new solutions for complex challenges.
Nearly 95 percent of citizens are enrolled in the program, which provides an ID card with a barcode, biometrics and a photograph to allow easy and secure access to services.
A sensing system from CleanTech & Beyond detects temperature rises, then creates an irreversible record for a passive UHF RFID or NFC label so it can transmit that information to a reader, even after the excursions take place.
WheresTheBus is building out its technology platform for school districts, adding route planning and seat assignment management to a system that leverages barcodes or RFID to manage students and buses.
Guardian RFID's Command Cloud platform unifies multiple inmate security and identification applications, as well as tool tracking for safety purposes, using technologies ranging from RFID to facial recognition with security cameras.
After four decades in the auto-ID industry, the business owner, magstripe technology developer and RFID consultant is reflecting on his work and the industry—then, now and in the future.
Presentations and recordings are now available for the remaining conference tracks from RFID Journal's 20th annual conference and exhibition, recently held in Las Vegas.