RFID Journal recently held its 21st annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available.
SpotSee's SpotBot 4G can monitor temperature, shock or humidity around sensitive objects, such as fine art, electrical equipment and vaccines, and the company is preparing an NFC version of its WarmMark temperature tag.
Ranchers are tracking the movements of their livestock with a smart reader from HerdX that can be mounted on poles or vehicles to create temporary read zones in pastures or at water tanks.
Syngenta sensors with KORE Cellular SIMs are collecting motion-based data, with a long-term goal of tracking all moving animal life where crops are grown.
The company is expanding its presence through acquisitions to serve specific markets, and to offer a wider portfolio ranging from NFC and UHF RFID to BLE.
Since 2002, Roberti has served as one of the primary voices for RFID technology as a publisher, writer, consultant and advocate.
Two gas companies in the Chicago area will share the RF mesh network that Itron provides to electric company ComEd, each capturing its own secure data via the same infrastructure.
The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is accepting comments related to modifications of mandates related to RFID tag reads on cattle crossing state lines, while UHF RFID is gaining some momentum.
Mario Cardullo, the patent holder and inventor of the technology now known as RFID, is still innovating, with a vision of nanotechnology-based RFID computers invisible to the human eye.
FarrPro is beta-testing its Sentry solution with sows to detect movement, behavior and health, and to identify animals as they are being located for treatment.