With the mobile reader company now part of HID, both businesses are poised to offer more HF RFID and NFC functionality for enterprises.
Any good innovation or exploration starts with a goal.
Using Ditto's edge-based platform, the global airline's flight crew automatically shares and views data collaboratively on tablets while going about a digital check of safety equipment and conditions before each flight.
The partnership is aimed at providing aerospace and defense companies with Tego's enterprise-based software platform, along with a real-time view into the movements of people and things via RF Controls' passive UHF RFID.
A solution from CDO Technologies and Zebra Technologies will include the latest MotionWorks software, as well as an upgrade to existing active RFID receiver networks and tags, at four bases where aircraft are parked or maintained.
The founder and director of Cal Poly's PolyGAIT Center for Global Automatic Identification Technologies has been solving industry challenges with RFID for two decades, and is leading students who are driving new solutions for complex challenges.
HydroGraph Clean Power's customers and partners are building its graphene-producing cells into adhesives, lubricants, and potentially IoT or RFID products.
Presentations and recordings are now available for the remaining conference tracks from RFID Journal's 20th annual conference and exhibition, recently held in Las Vegas.
The new tags provide automatic identification and sensing capabilities for a variety of products, from metallic packed goods and small form-factor products to items that must be read from multiple orientations.
Cal Cargo Airlines has deployed a solution from Descartes that provides data about the locations and conditions of palletized or containerized cargo moving through a worldwide network of BLE gateways.