For approximately $10 a month, companies can employ Link Labs' SuperTag Hub to track the conditions and locations of goods moving through and between facilities, or to and from worksites.
Two factors may be driving growth: decreasing tag costs—as low as 10 cents apiece for Wiliot's battery-harvesting tags—and software with artificial intelligence and machine learning so users can do more with the data they collect.
Which technologies will take the lead in wayfinding for employees and guests?
The company's latest product is designed to address a common problem with asset tracking: the need to replace batteries when they run out of power.
The USAF Warrior Preparation Center is managing its communications assets where fighters are taught in simulated scenarios for European and African theaters, with an RFID solution from ProxiGroup.
VELUX Commercial's production facility has leveraged an RTLS solution from Asseco CEIT, with Sewio UWB anchors and tags, to locate AGVs, workers and equipment within a short range, enabling an automated, flexible production process.
Hospitals deploying Infsoft's MedEquip Tracking solution to manage high-value mobile assets can expand the system to include patient management, wayfinding and temperature monitoring.
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Radio frequency identification technology can greatly enhance hospitals' overall care delivery.
Regulatory compliance is part of it, but companies also need to ensure the security of the data on their servers.