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An app from RFLocus has solved a problem Baroque Japan was experiencing in its warehouse and busy stores, by precisely locating the position of every inventory item, thereby improving sales rates and reducing labor.
Kwick Power Rentals can capture an inventory count of the goods it ships and receives to and from customers within a matter of seconds, thereby improving accountability over those products.
STMicroelectronics’ new rolling- and global-shutter image sensor is designed to extend driver monitoring, enabling adaptive vehicles for all occupants.
De Meeuw has deployed a UHF RFID solution from Aucxis to boost visibility into its building modules as they are assembled, picked, shipped and received at construction sites.
From marketing to fraud prevention, RFID can make better sense of the world around us, providing context and automating tedious tasks.
Spaceflight will put four Astrocast vessels featuring Internet of Things technologies into Earth orbit, under arrangement with NewSpace India.
Intent Technologies, Nexity Group integrate Semtech LoRaWAN tech; ScaleOut Software upgrades digital twin service; Seagull Scientific app receives Zebra validation; Beontag acquires adhesive company Technicote; Belden funds Litmus Industrial IoT edge platform; RAIN Alliance names new leadership.
According to the publication’s editor, there has been a lack of support from the very businesses that can reap the rewards of its high-quality, bilingual and transformative content.
Infineon’s encryption-based tag, with an option for added memory, employs an open standard to provide users with greater flexibility.