Sofar's Spotter units will incorporate relatively low-cost Swarm Tile satellite technology so the devices can share data regarding water surface conditions from around the world with users in real time.
Some retailers depend on human resources to achieve social distancing and prevent overcrowding, but RFID can automate many of these tasks.
The European Commission is reviewing a European Space Agency project called Destination Earth that may launch in 2023, allowing governments, businesses and the public to determine the impacts of specific human activity on climate change.
Eliminating mis-picking, securing stock for greater inventory accuracy, and having real-time insights into upstream processes are all possible with RFID systems.
Meow Wolf's Omega Mart is an immersive Las Vegas exhibit that delivers a maximalist, overwhelming sensory experience and a complex interactive story that visitors create themselves via RFID tags and readers.
Some education and healthcare facilities are retrofitting their access-control systems, while the United States is still recovering from the pandemic.
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The Star Wars Identities tour, open in Singapore until June, is leveraging recyclable NFC-enabled wristbands and readers to help visitors make choices that will decide which path they follow through the Force.
Swarm has built Semtech LoRa technology into its Low Earth Orbit satellites that communicate with Internet of Things devices in remote areas where terrestrial networks are not available, such as at sea or in the desert.
A Keio University team has completed five years of development of a battery-free UHF sensor system that can stream data from up to 20 tags to a single interrogator, while preventing collisions by automatically assigning unique channels to each tag.