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Multi-Protocol IoT Solution Aims at Residential Sustainability, Intelligence

STRATIS IoT is deploying its 3.0 Gateway with BLE, Z-Wave, Zigbee, Wi-Fi and Thread from a single Silicon Lab IC, as well as LoRa technology, so that users can manage data from door locks, water sensors, Wi-Fi access devices and shopping apps, with a single bridge and cloud-based software.
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Multi-Protocol IoT Solution Aims at Residential Sustainability, Intelligence

UWB, Ultrasonic Mesh Provide Indoor or Outdoor Contract Tracing

Schools, construction firms, offices and manufacturers are among those testing a social-distancing and contact-tracing system from RFID Global Solution that privately alerts workers or students regarding unsafe proximities; employers or schools can use the data to manage safer operations.
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UWB, Ultrasonic Mesh Provide Indoor or Outdoor Contract Tracing

IoT in Agriculture: From Precision Farming to Drone Monitoring

The Internet of Things offers unprecedented control to farmers.
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IoT in Agriculture: From Precision Farming to Drone Monitoring

SIG Gains Productivity, Reduces Paper Use via RFID

The implementation of technology from iTag has enabled the identification of packaging used by customers, especially for a company in the dairy sector.
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SIG Gains Productivity, Reduces Paper Use via RFID

RFID News Roundup

P360 upgrades Swittons IoT smart devices for life sciences; Insight SiP launches BLE module for smart lighting, buildings; STMicroelectronics offers new BLE system-on-chip; NXP unveils BLE solutions for IoT, gaming and more; Auburn University RFID Lab certifies Paragon ID tags, inlays; Rockwell Automation, Microsoft expand IIoT partnership.
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RFID News Roundup

NFC’s Addition Accessorizes Apple Phones

The company is including Near Field Communication functionality in a line of products for new iPhone models under its MagSafe brand name.
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NFC’s Addition Accessorizes Apple Phones

RFID Reader Detects Direction to Enable Logistics, Shrink Reduction

PervasID's Flow Ranger is designed with bidirectional sensing for UHF RFID tags moving in densely packed environments, while preventing body shielding that would block RF transmissions so the device can capture tag reads at store doorways and at portals in warehouses, hospitals or factories.
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RFID Reader Detects Direction to Enable Logistics, Shrink Reduction

RFID Brings Near-Touchless Ticket, Gate Access to Skiers

Michigan's Crystal Mountain will open its winter season with an RFID system from Axess that enables skiers to buy passes in advance, print and retrieve those passes at kiosks, and then walk through lift gates without touching anything or stopping to present credentials.
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RFID Brings Near-Touchless Ticket, Gate Access to Skiers

Petrochemical Company Employs RFID for Safety, Productivity

Invista and other companies are tracking when workers fall or require assistance, where individuals are located for safety and productivity management, and the zones in which they have been, for the purposes of contact tracing in the event of a positive COVID-19 test, using Triax's Spot-r wearable technology provided by United Rentals.
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Petrochemical Company Employs RFID for Safety, Productivity

Solar-Powered RFID Brings Insight to California Woodpeckers

UC Berkeley researchers are using active RFID tags powered by the Sun to capture the social behavior of acorn woodpeckers cohabitating or fighting, and to track efforts to rebuild after wildfire destruction.
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Solar-Powered RFID Brings Insight to California Woodpeckers