Companies are deploying Cognosos's RTLS technology to track assets by pinpointing their real-time locations, based on software algorithms rather than infrastructure triangulation.
RFID Journal announced today that a new program, sponsored by Wiliot, has joined the conference lineup.
Developers that utilize multiple wireless technologies can improve customer-engagement efforts and boost bottom lines for retailers.
The winners will be revealed at the RFID Journal LIVE! 2022 conference and exhibition, to be held on May 17-19, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.
ELATEC's technology is being used to identify healthcare workers when they sanitize equipment with ultraviolet systems, and to link patients and employees with medications administered at bedsides, as well as with records.
After piloting technology from UBI Solutions at a single site in Val de Reuil, France, the telecom company is now expanding the deployment to track servers and IT equipment at another location.
The Multimodal IoT Infrastructure Consortium will soon pilot a system with LoRaWAN sensors to automatically detect the presence of terrestrial gateways, or shift to satellite transmission, and thus provide connectivity to remote areas.
Zebra's new UHF RFID devices are designed with an antenna and a reader built in, using Power-over-Ethernet to make installation and maintenance more seamless.
The La Clusaz resort, located in the French Alps, is managing data regarding its operations, from ski lift usage to the conditions in its restaurant refrigerators, with a solution provided by Adeunis, using Kerlink LoRaWAN gateways and API-K sensors.
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.