The technology company is providing four new tools in its Clarity software aimed at automating the process of identifying and routing inventory for sale to customers, as well as marking down prices as stores reopen during the pandemic.
SUKU and Smartrac have teamed up to build a solution for the authentication and test result verification of goods being manufactured, shipped and purchased around the world, to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Xerafy adds new flexible RFID inlay; Litmus, Oden Technologies offer IIoT smart manufacturing solution; CAEN RFID unveils embedded RFID reader module; Confidex provides washable returnable item tags, durable on-metal tags; Zyter announces IoT connectivity platform for schools.
Belgian company Maggy developed the low-power solution for an EU Hackathon and is now selling the solution, leveraging a Silicon Labs SiP, to provide alerting and anonymous contact to help prevent COVID-19 transmission.
Wilden's Safeguard system was released this past spring, using sub-GHz RF transmissions and cellular connectivity to capture cycle counts and leak events on air-operated diaphragm pumps, managed by cloud-based software, to prevent or detect failures.
The supply chain damage-management specialist will lead the sponsorship lineup at this year's virtual event, taking place on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1.
Apptricity says its new Bluetooth Low Energy technology can provide location data for tracking individuals and things in wide spaces or very large buildings, without the high cost of installing numerous readers or using satellite or cellular devices.
STMicroelectronics adds 48-pin package option for its LoRa-enabled SoC; Avnet intros LTE dev kit with Sequans modem for IoT solutions; TAGNOS unveils proximity-monitoring solution; Tektronix offers IoT dashboards for data streaming, visualization.
The DoD's latest contract with Savi Technology focuses on Internet of Things solutions leveraging satellite and cellular networks, while phasing out active RFID, thereby providing agencies with IoT-based visibility of assets and inventory as goods move around the world.
RFID Journal will host an educational and highly immersive virtual experience with many of the speakers who were supposed to present at the face-to-face event that was canceled due to the pandemic.