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  • RFID News Roundup

    Auburn University RFID Lab announces retail supply chain project ••• A2B Tracking launches mobile RFID asset-tracking app ••• Atos intros IoT edge-computing server ••• Longview IoT unveils new IoT protocol, extends its secure IoT solutions ••• Zscaler releases report on IoT traffic and threats ••• Event Genius services four cashless events simultaneously via RFID.

  • Global Network Security Company Brings IoT Solution to U.S.

    One telecom company has acquired the Allot Ltd. system to secure its own customers' IoT-based data, while others are in conversations to do the same.

  • Eldorado Research Institute Project Saves Lives via RFID

    An RFID system to ensure the correct usage of security equipment in the electrical sector won the Best Poster award at this year's IEEE conference, which was co-located with RFID Journal LIVE! 2019.

  • RFID Goes to the Races

    Chelmsford City Racecourse aims to be the first in its market to adopt an NFC RFID-based cashless payment solution from Event Genius to enable post-race concert-goers to pay for food, beverages and merchandise with the tap of a wrist.

  • California City Brings IoT to Buses

    Montebello is capturing sensor data and video footage from each of its moving buses in real time, which can also be viewed historically, with video linked to sensor data, time and GPS location, making reported incident investigation faster and easier.

  • RFID News Roundup

    JADAK unveils plug-and-play RFID reader ••• Tanzania selects HID Global trusted-identity solutions for e-immigration program ••• Smartrac RFID products comply with Buy American Act ••• Berntsen International receives U.S. patent for UHF RFID utilities solution ••• GlobalPlatform, Trusted Platform Association collaborate on IoT ecosystem ••• L-SPARK, TELUS, BlackBerry, Solace launch Canadian IoT accelerator ••• FogHorn intros IoT edge-computing solution for mobile devices.

  • HID Global, Mist Systems Bring BLE to RTLS Deployments

    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.

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

    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.

  • New Rugged Antenna Designed to Withstand the Harshest Environments

    FEIG Electronics has released a UHF RFID antenna capable of surviving the worst weather and harshest conditions, such as suspended over winter highways or on airport concourses—or even when collided into in port storage yards.

  • RFID News Roundup

    SML RFID featured in European EPC Competence Center RFID transponder study ••• A2B Tracking announces software support for fixed RFID gateways ••• Smartrac Technology Group unveils tiny NFC transponder ••• Infinite Peripherals adds RFID-based security to health-care mobile device ••• Sigfox releases radio protocol specs for connected objects ••• Bosch Sensortec launches ideation community to foster IoT applications.

  • Electronic Components Firm Releases NFC-enabled Wireless Charging System for Cars

    ROHM's Qi-based wireless charging solution for car manufacturers will come with NFC reader technology from STMicroelectronics, to identify and protect NFC cards or other devices from destructive charging transmissions, while allowing pairing or security functionality with NFC-enabled phones.

  • RFID News Roundup

    HARTING releases gate system featuring CE-compliant control cabinet, RFID reader ••• Smartrac, Sasken announce strategic partnership for IoT solutions ••• HID Global, Phunware collaborate to improve wayfinding for hospital patients and visitors ••• Current Health receives FDA clearance for its remote patient-monitoring solution ••• DigiCert, Utimaco, Microsoft Research collaborate to secure IoT from quantum-computing threats ••• UrsaLeo accepted into Google SaaS Partner Program ••• Port Authority airports track security, taxi wait times online.

  • UWB Alliance Aims for Interoperability

    The new organization, which includes technology companies and end users among its members, intends to promote interoperable standards while working to ensure co-existence with W-Fi standards.

  • Daimler, BAE Systems to Keynote at RFID Journal LIVE! 2019

    The two industrial firms will present in-depth case studies at RFID Journal's 17th annual event, to be held in Phoenix, Ariz., on Apr. 2-4.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Apex Supply Chain Technologies, Zebra Technologies announce strategic OEM relationship ••• Schreiner ProTech unveils globally usable RFID label for metal applications ••• RFID company Tönnjes acquires Utsch AG's stake in Utsch Tönnjes International ••• eX2 Technology intros smart truck parking system for Iowa Department of Transportation ••• Kerlink, Electronica Elemon partner to accelerate IoT adoption in Latin America ••• PodM2M offers IoT security monitoring, threat detection as standard on all connectivity products.

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