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With RFID use growing in retail and healthcare, which sectors will be the next to embrace the technology on a widespread basis?
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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.
Since deploying its RFID-based system to track the high-value equipment it rents to customers, Rentex has leveraged the technology to continue business growth during a time of supply chain delays and labor shortages.
The University of Rochester Medical Center is the first to install the hermetically sealable OR unit for orthopedic surgeries, with RFID tracking patient care and equipment use, while ensuring the correct placement of medication carts.
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.