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  • RFID News Roundup

    Printronix Auto ID offers thermal and RFID printer; Wiliot raises funding for postage-stamp-sized IoT computer; IoT company Swift Sensors intros water-resistant PoE bridge; TAG Sensors opens factory in Norway; CalAmp launches smart sensors for tracking assets; Armstrong International, Everactive collaborate on IoT steam trap monitoring system.

  • Companies Testing Passive BLE Sensor Tag

    Wiliot's battery-free sensor tag can incorporate temperature or other sensors and send encrypted data using ambient radio waves from Wi-Fi, cellular and Bluetooth transmissions within the vicinity.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Fujitsu Frontech North America intros washable RFID linen tag; Tatwah offers ultra-low-power Bluetooth 5 beacons; ACD Group unveils terminal that can accommodate RFID readers; Tuya Smart announces NB-IoT module for smart cities, health care, agriculture; STMicroelectronics microcontrollers add security for IoT applications.

  • Working Group Planning Open IIoT Standard

    The Eclipse Foundation has launched a working group for the Industrial Internet of Things software standard known as Sparkplug, to ensure the interoperability of IoT systems for energy and gas, automotive and other industrial users.

  • RFID News Roundup

    STMicroelectronics unveils IIoT connectivity ecosystem, new MCUs for smart devices; SATO America releases mobile thermal printer; Brytemap intros handheld RFID compliance tool for cannabis companies; Portable Technology Solutions' software supports Alien Technology's RFID reader; Layer3, LORIOT partner on IoT solutions for Nigeria; Senet, Digital Matter team up on LoRaWAN IoT asset-tracking solutions; Litmus Automation, Parker Hannifin sign IoT software licensing agreement.

  • Omni-ID Offers New Product Family With BLE, LoRaWAN

    The first two Sense active IoT products to be launched help users locate assets and inventory in large industrial settings—across wide areas such as an outdoor yard, an oil and gas site or a factory—while active sensor tags will be released later this year.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Confidex, Thales partner on flexible mass-transit card; Kerlink, Smart Traffik unveil LoRaWAN retail-analytics solution; Swissbit offers embedded IoT security products; Impinj intros enterprise-grade RFID reader for the IoT; Altizon, Deloitte collaborate on IIoT connected factory for HIL Ltd.; Industrial Internet Consortium opens community forum; RFID company Connect&GO acquires Kool Replay; Altair Semiconductor IoT chipset receives global certification from Deutsche Telekom.

  • Unipac Increases Inventory Accuracy to 98 Percent via RFID

    The Jacto Group-owned company adopted an Internet of Things-based platform from CIAg, utilizing UHF RFID, QR code and BLE technologies.

  • IoT Companies Moving to Open Standards

    A new Internet of Things working group, known as Project Connected Home over IP, is including a Thread 802.15.4 open protocol layer in its standards development, while Thread is also being built into Farm Jenny's horse-tracking solution and Galeries Lafayette's smart hanger system for store displays.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Semtech releases LoRa smart-home device for IoT apps; MachNation offers software for IoT platform performance testing; STMicroelectronics, Fieldscale add touch-sensitive controls to smart devices; Roambee raises funding to help shippers monitor and automate supply chains; DeltaTrak intros real-time loggers; PVH Corp. seeks RFID rollout coordinator.

  • Retailers Deploying New Omnichannel Functionality With RFID

    Checkpoint's latest version of its HALO software platform has added functionality, as well as a new app, aimed at streamlining omnichannel order fulfillments with automated task orders and RFID tag reads.

  • RFID News Roundup

    SensThys, Convergence Systems Ltd. partner on handheld RFID solutions; STMicroelectronics joins Zigbee Alliance Board of Directors; Conectis, Igor offer IoT smart-building solutions in Europe; iDTRONIC updates HF RFID reader with Wi-Fi, Ethernet interface; Nerf Challenge utilizes Connect&GO smart wristbands; IoTdc becomes Kerlink IoT solutions distributor in South Africa.

  • Mobile Phone Companies to Demonstrate UWB Payments

    NTT Docomo, Sony and NXP plan to show how ultra-wideband technology can enable consumers to make payments via smartphone, based on their location, without having to tap the phone or remove it from a pocket or purse.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Murata Electronics intros on-metal tool-tracking tag; SATO offers printer capable of encoding RFID labels; Schreiner MediPharm unveils RFID label, supply chain security solutions; STMicroelectronics rolls out system-on-chip for LoRa IoT; Bluebird debuts new IoT RFID products; NFC Forum releases new specifications.

  • RFID News Roundup

    IntelliGuard, Epic offer RFID inventory system for anesthesiologists; Malaysia rolls out Touch 'n Go RFID-based toll-collection system; Tencent Cloud, STMicroelectronics partner on LoRaWAN IoT platform in China; Resideo joins Zigbee Alliance Board of Directors; Industrial Internet Consortium intros service to facilitate IIoT deployments; SiFive, CEVA provide machine-learning processors for Internet of Things, more.

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