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  • IoT Brings Connectivity to Wounded Warriors

    The MobileHelp Smart wristband, with cellular connectivity from KORE Wireless, enables individuals who are prone to requiring health-care or mental-health assistance on an emergency basis to easily summon help from an activity-tracker watch.

  • RFID, GPS Technologies Automate Wound Therapy Pump Management

    DeRoyal's Continuum solution consists of RFID tags and GPS units attached to negative pressure wound pumps, so that each pump can be tracked from the time it is assigned to a patient until that individual is finished using the pump at home, following discharge.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Spanset acquires stake in CoreRFID ••• Central Admixture Pharmacy Services, Kit Check add serialized RFID tags to pre-filled syringes ••• STMicroelectronics offers NB-IoT starter kits for Amazon FreeRTOS ••• Libelium releases cloud-connectivity service for IoT devices ••• Soracom launches technology accelerator program to drive IoT innovation ••• Tuya Smart intros smart-home IoT security system using facial recognition.

  • Embratel Launches IoT Solution for Health Management

    The system enables pharmacy managers to access online drug information and make decisions.

  • IoT Network Puts Defibrillator Management in Hands of Suppliers

    With CardiLink's Medtech AED device-monitoring system, using Asavie IoT Connect, makers and suppliers of life-saving equipment can help customers manage the location and condition of each item automatically.

  • BLE- and Bluetooth-Based Wristband Delivers Personalized Health Information

    Maxim Integrated has released its HSP 2.0 wristband system—which measures temperature levels, as well as respiratory and heart health, via IoT data—that companies can use to create solutions for individuals wanting control of their own health-care data.

  • RFID News Roundup

    STMicroelectronics intros low-power microcontrollers for secure IoT applications ••• Paragon ID invests in BW Bielomatik RFID tag production, extends partnership with Biolog-id for health product traceability ••• Lanner Electronics LTE-ready edge gateway for IoT networks gains PTCRB certification ••• Hazelcast announces enterprise edition of its IoT security software ••• Sierra Wireless IoT modules certified in Japan and United States ••• Avnet offers IoT readiness workshops.

  • Impinj Reader Device Sales Reach 2 Million

    Air transportation is one area of growth, along with retail installations, health-care systems, logistics and food—all driving the deployment of RFID reader infrastructure.

  • Alibaba Cloud Brings myDevices' Internet of Things Technology to China

    The IoT in a Box solution enables companies to mix and match sensors and applications for a turnkey solution that employs LoRa technology, gateways and software on a cloud-based server.

  • Barcoding Inc. Aims for RFID Growth With Acquisition of Danforth Systems

    The purchase of the Houston technology company provides Barcoding with access to Texas-based customers, particularly in oil and gas.

  • RFID Controls Headache Pain Treatment

    ElectroCore has developed an RFID-based method to control the dispensing of vagus nerve stimulation treatment to help those with cluster headaches or migraines relieve their pain.

  • New On-Metal UHF Tag Measures Just 5 Millimeters in Length

    Aerospace and health-care solution providers are testing Kyocera's ceramic tags on tools to track their movement during surgical procedures or assembly processes.

  • RFID Tracks Specialty Drugs Through Pharmaceutical Network

    Asembia has deployed a UHF RFID-based solution to track the movement and status of specialty medications as they flow from the distribution center to pharmacies and to patients, thereby preventing the dispensing of expired products.

  • RFID Tracks Bats at Tel Aviv University Cave Entrance

    Researchers at The Bat Lab for Neuro-Ecology are employing UHF RFID technology from Readbee to understand the movements of bats as they enter and leave their colony.

  • Health-Care, Pharmaceutical Providers Testing RFID to Track Hemophilia Medication

    US Bioservices and MedImpact are piloting myCubixx technology for use with hemophilia patients to track how drugs are being stored in their homes, as well as when they are used and when they may expire.

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