EM Microelectronic announces RFID solution for wireless sensing; Confidex offers on-metal RFID labels; Vizinex RFID intros flexible asset-tracking tags; Pod Group launches self-service IoT connectivity platform; STMicroelectronics adds software pack for industrial condition monitoring; the Industrial Internet Consortium publishes IIoT white paper on distributed ledgers.
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Roba Metals has increased its production and shipping volumes by automating the location and identification of pallets loaded with metal sheets with RFID tags on pallets and readers installed on cranes and forklifts.
The standard, developed by the Object Management Group, is intended to reduce the complexity of interpreting sensor data, the organization reports.
Paragon ID is teaming with IoT solutions company Apitrak to diversify its solutions to include RFID, BLE and other technologies, as well as sensors, to reach more industries worldwide.
Synergy Med Global Design Solutions is selling a 40-foot mobile unit equipped with active and passive RFID, as well as GPS, to track the location of the pod, as well as assets, supplies and individuals within it.
University Hospital Plymouth NHS Trust has begun tagging and tracking equipment that moves around its eight-story facility in order to reduce search times, ensure the safe and timely maintenance and cleaning of items, and decrease the need for redundant purchasing.
RFID technologies can act as a beacon for expansion.
Sonra and other brands are launching an encrypted, tamper-evident solution with app and blockchain functionality, provided by collectID, to help collectors ensure authenticity, gain brand content and manage collections digitally.
A solution from Locix, employing high-bandwidth Wi-Fi technology, is in use by a Japanese facility owned by Prologis to help meet e-commerce demands as one of the applications the company sees being launched to meet post-COVID-19 challenges.