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Last week’s online event explained why embracing technological advancement in the supply chain is imperative.
The industry has done a poor job of dispelling myths and educating businesspeople about the technology’s value.
A growing number of companies are implementing augmented reality and virtual reality systems to speed up efficiencies, lower costs and minimize human touch points for social distancing.
Frost Control Systems is leveraging LoRaWAN functionality from Senet in its Road Weather Information Systems to ensure wireless connectivity for temperature, moisture and other sensors deployed in cities and rural areas, to bring condition data to those who maintain roads.
With a sterilization system deployed at Chubu Airport, and with RFID readers to capture the tag IDs of baggage and carts, Japanese research group ARTA intends to offer safety and notifications to incoming passengers, reducing the risk of disease transmission.
Confidex unveils heat-resistant UHF RFID tags; PTS updates ClearStream software; SML offers new RFID inlay for retail; CSL, Intrasonic Technology form RFID distribution partnership; Lenovo releases retail IoT pandemic solutions; Senet offers IoT LoRaWAN network-management tools; Xidas solution addresses IoT sustainability; STMicroelectronics acquires SOMOS Semiconductor; WISER joins UWB Alliance.
The company is expanding this year with its Smartrac acquisition and new product releases, including a combined RFID and EAS tag and a high-density-read tag, as it seeks to address the changing needs for supply chain visibility and touchless shopping.
RFRain is offering its Web Services solution for users of off-the-shelf RFID hardware with an SDK and an API, so that data can automatically be captured and managed in the cloud without the need for firmware, middleware, software or IT integration.
STRATIS IoT is deploying its 3.0 Gateway with BLE, Z-Wave, Zigbee, Wi-Fi and Thread from a single Silicon Lab IC, as well as LoRa technology, so that users can manage data from door locks, water sensors, Wi-Fi access devices and shopping apps, with a single bridge and cloud-based software.
Schools, construction firms, offices and manufacturers are among those testing a social-distancing and contact-tracing system from RFID Global Solution that privately alerts workers or students regarding unsafe proximities; employers or schools can use the data to manage safer operations.