Manufactures are using TriEnda's reusable pallets and other products with Metalcraft UHF RFID tags customized for use cases and environments that include automotive manufacturing, beverage and food production, and logistics.
ACURA's updated EDGE-30R+ AutoID UHF RFID reader is designed for access security and can be used in outdoor areas.
Several racecar drivers and teams are employing and sponsoring a solution from Surgere to track the performance of tires or other components by monitoring how often each part passes RFID readers.
RF Code intros edge monitoring solution for remote locations; Senet, Helium expand LoRaWAN connectivity globally; Kerlink gateways power SkyLab LoRaWAN for wind energy; IoT company UnaBiz appointed new Sigfox owner; IIJ Global, Excelfore boost connected car software security; Auterion, Spleenlab partner on drones, AI for infrastructure inspections.
The company, working with Murata Manufacturing and Hana Microelectronics, has created a UHF RFID pod designed to be low-cost, small, ruggedized and long-lasting, and to be traceable from manufacture to disposal or recycling.
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.