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  • Moscow Boosts Public Vehicle Efficiency With Internet of Things Technology

    The Department of Information Technologies' IoT system is tracking the locations and status of 22,000 vehicles throughout the Russian city, to automate dispatching and thereby reduce fuel overconsumption; next, it plans to examine the possibility of tracking vehicle driver activity via wristbands or brain-wave sensors.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Fujitsu Components America offers BLE sensor beacon, data logger ••• Asahi Kasei Microdevices develops transmit-only BLE IC ••• DeltaTrak unveils BLE wireless monitoring solution ••• Frost & Sullivan honors Smartrac for its RFID solutions ••• Inmarsat says IoT will play major role in protecting agricultural workers.

  • Small Murata IoT Component Links BLE, NFC

    The company's fingernail-sized MBN52832 module can collect sensor data and forward it wirelessly via BLE or NFC, enabling IoT applications with very small controls in lighting, health care, agriculture or other vertical markets.

  • Bluetooth Low Energy and Internet of Things Make House Calls

    Heal's Wellbe device comes with BLE, Bluetooth and 4G cellular functionality to automatically capture data from health-tracking sensors so that doctors can keep an eye on the health of chronically ill or elderly patients between visits.

  • Tieto Corp. Beacon Solution Brings Intelligence to Offices

    The system, provided by Quuppa, has helped the company to increase sales and productivity, understand how its workspace is being used and automatically enable the utilization of rooms.

  • Men's Clothing Store Brings RFID Intelligence to Fitting Room

    UNTUCKit is piloting RFID technology to track the movements of its "try-on" shirts into dressing rooms, and is comparing that information to sales and traffic data in order to understand which shirts draw customers' interest, how well they fit and, ultimately, whether that leads to sales.

  • Companies Testing IoT System When Goods Are 'On the Road'

    A waste-management firm and a high-value goods logistics provider are piloting a solution from Barcoding Inc., using CalAmp sensor devices and tags as well as software to capture and manage data about goods—even when they are in transit—via a combination of cellular, Wi-Fi, BLE and other technologies.

  • RFID Pilots Address Perishable Foods, Beauty Products

    A restaurant chain is trialing the RFID functionality in Avery Dennison's Freshmarx solution to ensure food is delivered fresh and at appropriate temperatures, using the company's microwave-safe tags, while retailers are planning to expand existing pilots of RFID systems to include cosmetics and perfumes.

  • Fleet-Management Company Uses IoT Network Across Borders

    DRVR's solution for tracking vehicles throughout Southeast Asia leverages Tata Communications' MOVE-IOT Connect SIM technology to provide seamless data access, no matter which cellular network is being used.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Ams launches NFC smart sensor IC for wireless temperature loggers ••• DENSO acquires InfiniteKey ••• RS Components intros smart RFID readers for industrial control panel applications ••• InfluxData announces Eclipse Foundation membership ••• ZigBee Alliance, Thread Group release specification to address IoT industry fragmentation ••• NFC Forum issues call for speakers to discuss RFID, IoT, NFC, AIDC technologies.

  • Beacon-Based Solution Brings Intelligence to Offices

    Tieto Corp. has seen sales and productivity increase since it installed its own MyOffice solution, using Quuppa beacon technology, to understand how work space is used, as well as automatically enable conference room use, service requests and worker location.

  • Auburn RFID Lab Expands to Avionics With Delta Gift

    Delta Air Lines' Aviation Sensor ID Bay will be dedicated to researching and development related to RFID technology use for tracking flyable parts, baggage and tools for airlines, aircraft companies and original equipment manufacturers, as well as for the RFID companies that serve them.

  • Passive Sensor Tags to Surpass 5 Million Units This Year

    IDTechEx research finds that passive UHF and NFC sensor tags are dominating the RFID sensor market, while battery-assisted sensor tags are also seeing market growth as a relatively low-cost IoT solution.

  • Companies Test T-Systems' IoT Technology in Brazil

    With the Roambee device, the Internet of Things platform collects data such as location, shock, humidity, temperature, movement, air gases and other environmental variations.

  • Zebra Survey Finds IoT Plans in the Works at Most Companies

    Only 36 percent of respondents say they have a company-wide intelligent enterprise system, while 57 percent report having a vision in place for some level of Internet of Things expansion.

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