- RFID News Roundup
Smartrac offers UHF RFID beer keg tags; JADAK unveils RFID starter kit; HID Global helps BigWise add fingerprint biometric authentication to POS solution; Traxens selects AVSystem IoT platform for smart container management; Nordic Semiconductor intros modem based on its LTE-M/NB-IoT SiP; Thingstream launches connectivity solution for LoRaWAN networks; OptConnect adds Banyan Hills Technologies' IoT platform canopy to its development kits.
- Cisco, Sewio Team Up Regarding Ultra-Wideband Access Points
Announcements made at Sewio's second annual summit in the Czech Republic included descriptions of UWB installations at Toyota and other manufacturing sites, as well as Decawave's new membership with UWB-based groups.
- Zebra Study Reveals Executives' Priorities
According to the research, 89 percent of the companies polled are investing in labor and technology to expand their warehouse deployments by 2024.
- EECC Study Expands Structure to Test IoT-based RFID Tags
The European EPC Competence Center's latest annual report addresses the functionality of a widening variety of UHF RFID tags that can come with impedance-based sensors, high memory, greater sensitivity, more security and improved sustainability.
- Registration Now Open for World's Largest RFID and IoT Event: RFID Journal LIVE! 2020
A Special Super-Saver rate is available on Conference Passes to RFID Journal's 18th annual conference and exhibition, which will be held on Apr. 28-30 at the Orange County Convention Center, in Orlando, Fla.
- Colleges Take Rat Research to Waste Recycling Site With RFID
Researchers from Fordham and Columbia Universities, using an LF RFID solution from UID, were able to take rodent behavior research out of cages and labs to track wild rats in their own environment.
- IoT in Health Care Webinar: View the Presentation
Last week, RFID Journal hosted a webinar with HID Global. The video and slides from that webinar are now available online.
- Avery Dennison Targets Retail Deployments With Mobile Printer, Robomart Partnership
The company's new Pathfinder 6059 handheld RFID printer can create and apply RFID tags for retail goods and logistics within five seconds, while its EPC UHF RFID tags will be used on Robomart's products when the self-driving store system brings stores to customers wherever they are.
- Pinea Wine to Speak at RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2019
The upscale winery will explain how it is using RFID technology to engage customers and build a loyal following.
- SmartX Launches Multilinear RFID Portals
The technology, which gathers multiple antennas in different positions, allows readings where the exact positions of tags cannot be guaranteed, and at a lower cost.
- Fast-Track RFID Certification Training to Be Featured at LIVE! Europe 2019
RFID4U will offer intensive, one-day RFID certification training at RFID Journal's 15th annual European conference, to be held in London on Nov. 13.
- BAE Systems to Present at RFID Journal LIVE! Europe
In November, the global aerospace, defense and security company will speak about its use of radio frequency identification to automate inventory replenishment, manage the status and location of each asset and tool, and bring visibility to work-in-process.
- NFC Enables Helmets to Store and Share Health Data
POC Sports' new cycle and ski helmets will include a built-in Near Field Communication tag and an app to create a record of important health information that users can access via their smartphones in the event of an accident or other health emergency.
- RFID News Roundup
Smart Label Solutions, Newave Sensor Solutions, Wistron NeWeb Corp. partner to develop Asia-Pacific RFID market; Sigfox, Alps Alpine ally to boost IoT market innovation; Altair Semiconductor receives SoftBank NB-IoT validation for cellular IoT chipset; Nexxt Solutions, Microsoft, Tuya collaborate on smart homes and home automation; CTIA approves Intertek as authorized testing lab for IoT cybersecurity certification; ITL Group launches RFID podcast.
- Students Outpace DeepRacer With IoT Algorithms
College of Charleston attendees teamed with Internet of Things company Logicalis to fine-tune a set of reinforced-learning tools that enable a vehicle, using wireless connectivity to a laptop or tablet, to learn its own route and respond with appropriate speed and direction settings.