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RFID Detects Drops, Falls and Impacts with Shock-Sensitive Goods

Aerospace and automotive firms are among those tracking potential shock to goods in the supply chain with SpotSee's RFID-enabled ShockWatch, which uses a mechanical switch and RFID interrogation to wirelessly indicate if a potentially damaging impact has occurred.
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RFID Detects Drops, Falls and Impacts with Shock-Sensitive Goods

Webinar Report: Why Item-Level RFID Is the Key to BOPIS 2.0

View the PDFs and recordings from RFID Journal's recent online event.
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Webinar Report: Why Item-Level RFID Is the Key to BOPIS 2.0

How to Fight the Coronavirus Pandemic with AI and the IoT

The medical industry has increased its investment in artificial intelligence and Internet of Things technologies for the purposes of drug discovery, medical imaging and predictive diagnosis.
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How to Fight the Coronavirus Pandemic with AI and the IoT

Wendy’s Pilot Finds Traceability, Inventory Count Speed Boost With RFID

The quick-service restaurant chain's Quality Supply Chain Co-op has piloted RFID at one Ohio location and now plans a proof-of-concept to track the technology's use from supplier to warehouse and to restaurant, bringing visibility to the entire supply chain.
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Wendy’s Pilot Finds Traceability, Inventory Count Speed Boost With RFID

Researchers Develop Wireless Sensors for Application to Skin

The technology, developed at Penn State University, consists of a sensor array that can be applied to a substrate at low temperature and dissolve in warm water, along with an NFC or other wireless transmission module, to transmit data collected by sensors, such as temperature, heart rate or blood-oxygen levels.
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Researchers Develop Wireless Sensors for Application to Skin

Turck RFID Gate Identifies Precise Location, Direction for Warehouses, Factories

The new UHF reader gate is already in use by European manufacturers and logistics providers to identify which tagged goods move through dock doors or pass on conveyors to or through an assembly site.
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Turck RFID Gate Identifies Precise Location, Direction for Warehouses, Factories

RFID Goes to the Movies

Thanks to radio frequency identification technology, production recently resumed on a film set during the COVID-19 pandemic, and not a single person got sick.
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RFID Goes to the Movies

Patented Pandemic-Era Safe Workplace Technology Opened to Developers

Kinetic's Reflex technology for monitoring workers' movements to prevent injuries can now track social distancing and provide contact tracing via BLE at construction sites, warehouses and factories.
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Patented Pandemic-Era Safe Workplace Technology Opened to Developers

Virtual Event Report: RFID in Harsh Environments

View the PDFs and recordings from RFID Journal's recent online event.
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Virtual Event Report: RFID in Harsh Environments

IoT Tracks Temperatures for Food Delivery Provider

Schwan's Home Delivery is deploying an Internet of Things solution from Digi, leveraging Zigbee and BLE technology, to manage temperatures in vans and stationary freezers with a rollout of 50 depots per week, to cover a total of 300 sites and 3,000 vans.
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IoT Tracks Temperatures for Food Delivery Provider