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?
The success or failure of product architectures is determined by their ability to meet the requirements of a thriving and constantly evolving Industry 4.0 ecosystem.
A system from Cooper Lighting Solutions provides BLE-based data, with Vizzia software for asset and people management via light fixtures, in order to provide indoor locating without a reader infrastructure or batteries.
A growing number of companies are implementing augmented reality and virtual reality systems to speed up efficiencies, lower costs and minimize human touch points for social distancing.
The right solutions can help businesses drive enhancements and further productivity.
It should be, based on year-ahead predictions from analysts and consultants, but companies first need to get accurate data.
Leonard Cheshire is using a solution from MyTAG to manage the servicing of 30,000 assets across 159 sites throughout the United Kingdom, ensuring that it meets safety standards, promptly addresses any problems and reduces the amount of time workers spend filling out paperwork.
Informed travelers are happier and less stressed, resulting in an improved travel experience. The Internet of Things can make this happen.
The high-speed doors were opening inadvertently to allow forklift drivers access to freezers and coolers, so the retailer operating that warehouse acquired a battery-assisted passive RFID solution from TagMaster to pinpoint a forklift's location, confirm a driver's authorization to enter, prompt the subsequent door opening and store the related data.