by Claire Swedberg | Jul 17, 2022 | Features
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.
by Claire Swedberg | Jul 3, 2022 | Features
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.
by RFID Journal | Jun 26, 2022 | Best Practices, Case Studies, Features, How-To Articles
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.
by RFID Journal | Jun 19, 2022 | Best Practices, Case Studies, Features, How-To Articles
RFID Journal recently held its 20th annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available from the event's keynotes and general sessions, along with several of the conference tracks.
by Claire Swedberg | Jun 5, 2022 | Features
Istanbul's Borusan Port expects to reduce fuel consumption by 2.5 percent, as well as decrease labor costs and ensure worker safety, with a UWB- and cellular-based system that monitors workers and vehicles.
by Claire Swedberg | May 22, 2022 | Features
Disrupt-X has introduced a low-cost, IoT-enabled smart parking reservation system that provides access to specific parking spaces, based on a WhatsApp invitation or a BLE connection to a phone.
by Claire Swedberg | May 1, 2022 | Best Practices, Features
Michigan State University's Axia Institute has been building membership in the technology and healthcare industries as it tests RFID, identifies use cases, develops best practices and supports an interoperable system to share product data.
by Claire Swedberg | Apr 17, 2022 | Features
Swinburne University, Optus Enterprise Mobility and Brimbank City Council will track conditions around collection vehicles throughout Victoria, Australia, and identify issues to address, including broken signs, damaged shelters and trash.
by Mark Prowten | Apr 10, 2022 | Features
While proximity cards may dominate the access-control landscape, a shift is afoot with the evolution to smartphone-based credentialing via Bluetooth-enabled readers offering enhanced convenience and secure encryption.
by Claire Swedberg | Mar 27, 2022 | Features
The company, working with Murata Manufacturing and Hana Microelectronics, has created a UHF RFID pod designed to be low-cost, small, ruggedized and long-lasting, and to be traceable from manufacture to disposal or recycling.