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.
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.
SML announces new RFID retail inlay; STid offers RFID readers for industrial asset management; Metalcraft intros RFID tags for security applications; Twilio unveils IoT connectivity and device-management platform; WiSilica, iGuzzini illuminazione partner on BLE-based intelligent lighting; STMicroelectronics software facilitates power-conscious building automation; Senet closes funding round to drive LoRaWAN IoT network deployments.
Why knowing the location of students and teachers is vital.
Apptricity says its new Bluetooth Low Energy technology can provide location data for tracking individuals and things in wide spaces or very large buildings, without the high cost of installing numerous readers or using satellite or cellular devices.
Vizinex RFID adds tags for tracking containers, pallets; Semtech deploys LoRa IoT network for South Korean expressways; Swittons intros smart IoT devices for pharma lab digital transformation; Estone Technology offers waterproof tablet with RFID reader, barcode scanner; RestorePoint platform enables visibility, control for IoT data.
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.
Gaining real-time visibility into returnable assets can set you up for financial success and long-term growth.
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.