Paragon ID is teaming with IoT solutions company Apitrak to diversify its solutions to include RFID, BLE and other technologies, as well as sensors, to reach more industries worldwide.
Last year, the clothing retailer and manufacturer sold two million apparel items representing 36,000 SKUs, a volume that demands greater visibility of inventory throughout the entire supply chain.
HID's Location Services IoT ecosystem is designed to allow digital automation and safety capabilities.
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The 25-square-meter Easy Deli leverages UHF RFID tags on products, as well as readers at the point of sale and exit, to enable shoppers to buy goods by placing them on the sales counter and approving the purchase without human assistance.
This past week, RFID Journal hosted a virtual event focused on how RFID and IoT technologies are being utilized in the manufacturing sector, and the recording and presentations from the event are now available for viewing.
After the computer company launched its new Internet of Things services division, COVID-19 posed the first challenge: providing worker-safety solutions that cover everything from safe, hands-free entrance to contact tracing.
Users can create standard terminology and reference architectures, as well as share use cases across industries; Ansys, Dell Technologies, Lendlease and Microsoft helped to form the new organization.
The evaluation platform, designed for application development, features modules utilizing the company's second-generation Bluetooth Low Energy system-on-chip.
MintID's authentication solution includes an app and an NFC and RFID tag that collectors and retailers can read using a smartphone in order to prevent counterfeits, learn a product's market value and streamline the sales process.