UC San Diego's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has built a solution by which a passive tag with a low-cost IC could be interrogated via a cell phone's BLE, Wi-Fi and LTE connectivity.
Passive UHF technology from RFID Global by Softwork allows the company to automatically track when its 10,000 steel kegs are filled and sent to customers.
Known informally as the Father of the NFC Forum, Tagawa co-founded the standards organization in 2004 as a Sony representative and served as chair or vice-chair as technology development evolved and expanded.
ImpacX's technology helps people stay hydrated by tracking how much beverage they consume, using built-in sensors, IoT connectivity and an AI-based app, to monitor behavior and remind them to take a drink.
Florida's Aden Perry Good Samaritan 5K leveraged RFID technology from Victory Sports Management to capture participants' start and finish times, then provide real-time results onsite, and Web-based data after the race.
The company's Project Hexagon will consist of pilots at customer sites that capture and leverage tag data to track carbon impact in real time and conduct analysis.
The consultant has seen the industry through decades of rises and falls, including deployments across global companies and fighting the headwinds of patent litigation.
Metrc's latest plant tag comes with recycled paper and hemp, using carbon-neutral production processes, and the company says it offers higher performance due to the absence of plastic layers.
IT company Takumi Shoji is teaming with Kerlink to offer end-to-end IoT solutions for applications ranging from industrial and smart-city monitoring to tracking landslides and preventing bear attacks.
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