Hackster.io and Smart Parks have launched a competition as the companies build collars that transmit LoRaWAN Internet of Things data about the conditions and locations of wild elephants, to help rangers detect problems and researchers develop long-term solutions.
Belgian company Maggy developed the low-power solution for an EU Hackathon and is now selling the solution, leveraging a Silicon Labs SiP, to provide alerting and anonymous contact to help prevent COVID-19 transmission.
Apptricity says its new Bluetooth Low Energy technology can provide location data for tracking individuals and things in wide spaces or very large buildings, without the high cost of installing numerous readers or using satellite or cellular devices.
JADAK handheld reader integrates LF/HF RFID, 1D/2D barcodes; Fresenius Kabi intros RFID smart labels for medication management; Talkin' Things offers $0.03 NFC and RFID tags; Facedrive BLE app pairs with TraceSCAN wearable tech; Semtech, Amazon Web Services, TensorIoT collaborate on IoT solutions; Microlink to distribute Kerlink LoRaWAN solutions in Colombia, Peru.
Nothingbutnet is providing a social-distancing-based premium version of its real-time location system for sports, as well as for offices or factories, that leverages Bluetooth Low Energy technology from Quuppa.
Microshare has partnered with Kerlink to use its Wanesy Wave anchors with Microshare's own software so that employees wearing beaconing bracelets can collect data about their contacts and locations while they work, providing contract tracing if an infection is detected.
Paragon ID is teaming with IoT solutions company Apitrak to diversify its solutions to include RFID, BLE and other technologies, as well as sensors, to reach more industries worldwide.
A connected business is a profitable business, and technologies like cloud computing, RFID and Bluetooth Low Energy are becoming vital.
The evaluation platform, designed for application development, features modules utilizing the company's second-generation Bluetooth Low Energy system-on-chip.
GuardHat offers a mix-and-match solution for companies seeking social-distance-based proximity alerting, contact tracing and collision prevention, with mustering and access control among its Internet of Things features.