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.
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.
The Internet of Things offers unprecedented control to farmers.
P360 upgrades Swittons IoT smart devices for life sciences; Insight SiP launches BLE module for smart lighting, buildings; STMicroelectronics offers new BLE system-on-chip; NXP unveils BLE solutions for IoT, gaming and more; Auburn University RFID Lab certifies Paragon ID tags, inlays; Rockwell Automation, Microsoft expand IIoT partnership.
Invista and other companies are tracking when workers fall or require assistance, where individuals are located for safety and productivity management, and the zones in which they have been, for the purposes of contact tracing in the event of a positive COVID-19 test, using Triax's Spot-r wearable technology provided by United Rentals.
The Internet of Things has disrupted the cleaning sector and is here to stay.
The company has also announced the integration of its Systems Control Engine with VMware's offerings for campus and data center device visibility.
SimplyRFID offers CSL, Avery Dennison tech for monthly fee; Kerlink, ClearBlade intro IoT tech for smart cities and agriculture; Zigbee Alliance launches Europe Interest Group; Senet receives patents for cloud-based IoT network architecture; Everactive upgrades IoT wireless networking protocol; Swissbit extends storage solutions for IoT and more.
The Polish company says it will be able to produce and ship about 170 million UHF, NFC and HF RFID tags a year to start, for use in smart packaging, with the aim of bringing nearly any product online.
This year's winners—Grupo Boticário, Volkswagen do Brasil, Johnson & Johnson, Lockheed Martin, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, SportCor, EM Microelectronic and Tali Freed—were announced at the RFID Journal Virtually LIVE! conference.