- Health Clubs Halt Towel Loss With RFID
Russian fitness centers have reduced the number of lost towels from 150 per month down to only five or 10 in three months, thanks to an RFID-based solution from ISBC Group.
- Cuebiq Database Offers IoT Device Usage Data to Marketers
The company's IoT Audiences system is intended to help companies capitalize on the emergence of Internet of Things data and connected devices.
- Kinduct, Zebra Technologies Team Up for Football Performance Tool
Sports performance software company Kinduct is offering its solutions with Zebra's ultra-wideband technology to provide football teams with a single source for each player's performance, health and fitness management during the coming season.
- Wireless Sensor Listens for Troubling Coughs
CoughAware has been designed to help caregivers of young or elderly patients to respond quickly to impeding respiratory attacks, and possibly avoid the need for hospitalization.
- Internet of Things May Help Agencies Respond to Zika
An IoT consultancy is developing a cloud-controlled digital microscope that could accelerate the Zika virus screening activities of health organizations.
- Toronto Expands RFID-Enabled Bike-Sharing Program
Bike Share Toronto has contracted with PBSC Urban Solutions to supply new bicycles and stations, using Syrma's HF RFID tags and readers.
- MyDx Sensors Sniff Out Chemicals, Toxins
The wireless device is designed to analyze a small sample of a substance, while a companion smartphone app displays the results.
- Kyocera Hopes Sensor-based Service Will Promote Healthier Lifestyles
The Japanese electronics company is offering Daily Support—a solution for tracking physical activity, sleep and food intake—to employers, health-care providers and insurance companies.
- Upcoming Trial to Combine Ebola Care With Wireless Vitals Monitoring
Scripps Translational Science Institute plans to evaluate the use of wireless vital sign trackers and analytics software to predict declining health more quickly than by using conventional methods.
- True Health Clubs Use RFID to Shape Up Towel Management
The Singapore-based company can better track the towels it loans to patrons, as well as those that are picked up or returned by its laundry service provider.