NXP Semiconductors' V2X solution, tested by truck manufacturers for automated platoon systems, is now being piloted by a European bicycle company and provided to motorists in Singapore for traffic management.
Indonesia's Telkomsel has deployed a companywide UHF RFID system to track tens of thousands of office assets, ensuring automatic audits that are faster, more accurate and better centralized than previous methods.
The company is employing RFID technology from eSolutech to make its solutions more competitive and complete.
LAB ID employs functional adhesives from DELO for the die-attach process during tag manufacturing.
RFID and other Internet of Things technologies can take the guesswork out of monitoring physical assets, inventory, tools and more.
Rising labor costs, difficulty managing supply chains and increasing expectations from customers are creating an opportunity for automation to assist in developing brand value and creating a firm niche in today's dynamic retail environment.
The partnership is intended to help companies fuel digital transformation and utilize predictive business insights to pivot their operations in real time via artificial intelligence, machine learning and the Internet of Things.
The Internet of Things facilitates advances in smart farming, environmental monitoring, gas detection and air quality monitoring.
With its homegrown solution, QR code inventor DENSO deploys its own handheld RFID readers, along with Confidex UHF RFID tags, to automate the audit counts of IT assets at its facilities.
Such technology could benefit companies and consumers alike, but what issues would the industry face?