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  • RFID Module Brings Autonomy to Reader Installations

    By Claire Swedberg

    JADAK's ThingMagic EL6e UHF reader module is designed with a built-in processor and antenna, or a port for an external antenna, and is aimed at making deployments faster and with standalone functionality, without requiring a software developers kit.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Rich Handley

    Honeywell launches online store to streamline access to business-critical software ••• Smart Packaging Solutions intros prelaminate to simplify payment card manufacturing ••• ADLINK partners with Google Cloud to offer IoT-ready solutions ••• Packet launches automated IoT service with Microsoft Azure ••• C3 releases development environment for enterprise AI.

  • Textile Label Launch Includes Dual NFC-UHF Functionality, Printing Machines

    By Claire Swedberg

    TexTrace has released woven RFID textile labels that remain with a garment, while Jakob Müller is selling machines that service bureaus and label companies can use to make their own sewn-in RFID labels under TexTrace's license.

  • RFID Blockchain Demo at LIVE! 2019

    By RFID Journal

    The Auburn University RFID Lab will demonstrate the use of RFID and blockchain technologies in the retail supply chain at this year's RFID Journal LIVE! event.

  • Node-ify Brings IoT to Homes at Low Cost

    By Claire Swedberg

    Palo Alto Innovation intends to release its product later this year, using BLE and LoRa technologies to capture sensor data, ranging from water leak detection to an opened door or refrigerator temperature, in the cloud.

  • HID Global, Mist Systems Bring BLE to RTLS Deployments

    By Claire Swedberg

    A partnership between the two companies provides an open standard-based RTLS solution, while HID Global is also releasing a new BLE badge beacon that hospitals and other businesses can use for duress alerts.

  • RFID Technology Companies Team for Product Development

    By Claire Swedberg

    Global RF and satellite product manufacturer MTI is teaming with California startup SensThys to provide RFID solutions using products built at MTI's facilities with hardware from both companies.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Rich Handley

    RAIN RFID Alliance reports 15 billion RFID tag chips sold in 2018 ••• Know Labs RFID platform identifies blood-alcohol levels ••• Insight SiP launches BLE-enabled LoRa RF modules ••• Murata, Cypress, NXP collaborate on multi-platform Wi-Fi IoT solutions ••• Fujitsu intros new BLE wireless modules with Nordic Semiconductor SoC ••• Litmus Automation partners with Siemens on IoT edge-computing solutions for manufacturing.

  • Finalists Unveiled for 13th Annual RFID Journal Awards

    By RFID Journal

    RFID Journal has announced the finalists for its 2019 awards. The winners will be revealed at this year's LIVE! event, being held in Phoenix, Ariz., on Apr. 2-4.

  • NFC Makes Smartphones the Key to Hyundai's New Cars

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company's 2020 Sonata will be the first vehicle to come with NFC readers and BLE beacons built into its locking system and inner console, so that drivers can use a smartphone as a key to enter and start the car, as well as manage its settings.

  • BLE Standard Brings RTLS Functionality to Beacons

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Bluetooth Special Interest Group's new 5.1 standard comes with angle-of-arrival and angle-of-departure direction finding functionality, so that solutions can be built to locate the position of a tag or mobile phone within centimeters.

  • NFC Forum Releases Payment Spec as Alternative to QR Codes in China

    By Claire Swedberg

    Association members are now reviewing the NFC Money Transfer Candidate Specification before it is released for use by financial service providers to enable NFC payments with phones at Chinese merchants.

  • New Passive Sensor Tag Operates With Standard Readers

    By Claire Swedberg

    Asygn's AS321X UHF RFID tag consists of the company's own IC and sensors, with an instrumentation amplifier and an acquisition interface, to enable the sensors to seamlessly measure and forward data with the power of the RFID tag interrogation.

  • Seafolly Brings Intelligence to Swimwear Management

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Australian retailer has completed a pilot to improve inventory management with RFID technology, as well as increasing visibility in the supply chain, using readers and magic mirrors from Solos.

  • MIT Media Labs Creates Highly Precise UHF RFID for Robotics

    By Claire Swedberg

    The TurboTrack system employs a standard tag and interrogator, as well as a "helper" antenna device that pulses short signals to pinpoint the locations of even fast-moving tags at the sub-centimeter level.

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