The IW612 supports Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2 and 802.15.4, enabling simultaneous transmitting and receiving for smart-home, automotive and industrial applications, and connecting smart devices across various protocols and ecosystems.
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.
NXP, Ford collaborate on connected cars; Semtech, Everynet, Telkom Indonesia partner on LoRaWAN vaccine carrier; STMicroelectronics intros NFC tag IC with privacy features; AiDash launches sustainability-management system; Ezitech, JOAT help South Africa monitor water extraction with u-blox tech; ScaleOut Software extends IoT digital twin service; embedded RFID company Primo1D raises funding; Kinetic, Nationwide offer workers' comp wearables.
Mobility technology company ZF Aftermarket has improved its performance and efficiency using tags provided by Avery Dennison Smartrac.
Tire companies and original equipment manufacturers are building Avery Dennison Smartrac's AD Maxdura tag directly into tires, with the goal of monitoring them throughout the supply chain.
Star Systems International has received OmniAir Consortium certification for seven products, including its Genesis windshield and headlamp transponder for high-occupancy tolling, which is more sensitive than previous tags and can be switched to transmit in different modes, depending on the number of occupants.
The technology is revolutionizing operations in the automotive industry.
Charging network managers and equipment manufacturers should be well-informed when deploying an RFID solution.
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How a leading automotive safety supplier improved operations with digital technologies.