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An IoT system being piloted by an Inner Mongolian open pit mine includes Beijing TAGE’s Idriver solution, using software from Wind River, to manage sensor data, direct vehicles and forward information wirelessly to mine management.
Smart labels and packaging are safely supporting healthcare products for patients and professionals, thereby saving lives.
Montreal’s Jewish General Hospital leveraged its existing RFID management system for tracking hospital garments to enable an overnight ramp-up of scrubs demands to meet COVID-19 related regulations.
Yesterday’s RFID Journal webinar explained which technologies can be deployed in the workplace to help companies deal with the changes impacting their business as a result of COVID-19.
Zebra has released its MotionWorks Warehouse solution, which has been piloted for the past year to track when goods are received and reloaded in micro-fulfillment models, thereby making warehouse operations more efficient and reducing the risk of errors.
The em|echo-V combines passive UHF RFID and NFC in a single chip, which will enable new retail applications.
NFC system from Smartrac, SUKU authenticates COVID-19 test kits, PPE; Sensormatic Solutions helps retailers protect employees, customers during pandemic; Pod Group, Expeto form partnership to foster global IoT connectivity; Ardian acquires embedded IoT solutions provider Swissbit; TSC Printronix Auto ID, SOTI team up for printer management; STMicroelectronics joins Zhaga Consortium for NFC technology; Cartesiam updates its AI software for ST microcontroller development boards; Siemens Mobility, Ondas Networks partner on railroad IoT system.
The companies have partnered to deliver running water to homes in developing countries.
ISBC Group’s Reflect42 is designed to transmit data up to 42 meters in industrial environments, enabling UHF RFID use for tracking assets and inventory in mines, factories and rail yards.
Companies can use particle-free conductive inks to print the electronics directly onto smart wearables rather than having to add them afterwards.