4e Antenna's Finnish production site will be able to produce a billion paper antennas for RFID tag companies, using a laser-cutting method and pure aluminum, thus eliminating chemical etching processes and waste, while the antenna makes tags recyclable.
Marcel Sacco, the general director of Hershey Brasil, outlines his company's vision regarding smart packaging trends.
Cargocast's end-to-end solution is designed to operate seamlessly with a shipping company's existing system, with the aim of making technology deployment faster and more affordable.
Life Link III knows the location of equipment on its rescue and medical flight helicopters, and at multiple storage sites, thanks to an IoT-based solution from Operative IQ that reduces the time workers spend manually counting inventory.
Baumle Fairs Organization's director explains how RFID, digital printing and QR codes can be used to reduce health risks at conventions.
A report from VDC Research has found that manufacturing and retail losses will bring a decline for AIDC companies during the pandemic, but agility and visibility offerings are likely to cause growth in the long term.
Apex Building Group is using an Internet of Things solution from Triax Technologies to view the real-time location of each of its workers for safety purposes, as well as for state regulation compliance, as they renovate 15 occupied apartment buildings.
A year-long proof-of-concept, held by Auburn University's RFID Lab with global brands and retailers, finds that data can be shared on an immutable ledger, enabling the deployment of supply chain tracking with EPC UHF RFID.
A Walled Lake Western High School student earned a hackathon award for his RFID-based solution that locates ID badges in order to identify where students are in the event of an emergency.
Expanding the experience of connected revelers is among the goals of the Rosas de Ouro samba school and GS1 Brasil, which have partnered for an unprecedented high-tech project.