Researchers at Tampere University and Ohio State University are building systems that could enable the tracking of tagged documents using power from area light or Wi-Fi to send location data in real time.
Join us on Thursday as SICK offers a webinar about end-to-end traceability for production lines, inventory and more.
Companies are developing solutions that could integrate a variety of Internet of Things applications at the edge, using NXP's i.MX 95 to enable intelligent automobiles, healthcare asset management and smart shopping.
CenTrak offers RFID healthcare workflow software; Paragon ID acquires RTLS company UWINLOC; AsReader introduces paddle-type reader; Zebra unveils retail technology framework; Kickstarter for NFC RFID reader with Raspberry Pi; RFID company Mojix announces new president.
CPC Corp. has leveraged a hybrid system from EPC Solutions Taiwan that tracks the identity, location and weight of each metal drum in a warehouse without requiring network access.
Companies can follow a few steps, starting with identifying challenges to overcome, to adopt the right solution and ensure it operates as expected.
A new white paper explains the differences between the technologies, as well as the benefits of and varied applications for each.
The WattUp PowerBridge, part of the company's ecosystem of IoT wireless power transfer technologies, has been granted approval for unlimited distance transmission.
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The company's Project Hexagon will consist of pilots at customer sites that capture and leverage tag data to track carbon impact in real time and conduct analysis.