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Solutions developed by companies specializing in product identification and tracking are becoming key tools in the post-COVID-19 world.
The 25-square-meter Easy Deli leverages UHF RFID tags on products and readers at the point of sale and exit to enable shoppers to buy goods by placing them on the sales counter and approving the purchase without human assistance.
This past week, RFID Journal hosted a virtual event focused on how RFID and IoT technologies are being utilized in the manufacturing sector, and the recording and presentations from the event are now available for viewing.
After the computer company launched its new Internet of Things services division, COVID-19 posed the first challenge: providing worker-safety solutions that cover everything from safe, hands-free entrance to contact tracing.
A connected business is a profitable business, and technologies like cloud computing, RFID and Bluetooth Low Energy are becoming vital.
University Hospital Plymouth NHS Trust has begun tagging and tracking equipment that moves around its eight-story facility in order to reduce search times, ensure the safe and timely maintenance and cleaning of items, and decrease the need for redundant purchasing.
Users can create standard terminology and reference architectures, as well as share use cases across industries; Ansys, Dell Technologies, Lendlease and Microsoft helped to form the new organization.
The evaluation platform, designed for application development, features modules utilizing the company’s second-generation Bluetooth Low Energy system-on-chip.
It’s up to educators to learn from the COVID-19 pandemic and prepare for a new era of IoT-driven education.