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Cal Cargo Airlines has deployed a solution from Descartes that provides data about the locations and conditions of palletized or containerized cargo moving through a worldwide network of BLE gateways.
At next week's conference in Las Vegas, Wiliot will help technologists and businesspeople put their hands on BLE sensor technology so they can start building systems to solve problems.
Energous is selling its kit with Atmosic's BLE system-on-chip, enabling users to build solutions that leverage wireless charging at up to a 13-meter distance for IoT solutions ranging from factory condition monitoring to in-store electronic shelf labeling.
Organizations considering asset-tracking options must take into account a system's effectiveness and ensure the privacy and safety of employees.
Schools and conferences have a variety of choices, ranging from inexpensive QR codes and LF RFID to automated systems with fixed readers leveraging UHF RFID technology.
The acquisition will place Beontag among the largest RFID label producers globally, with a planned capacity of five billion labels, leveraging Confidex's ticketing and industrial tag products and its China-based manufacturing site.
Companies are deploying Cognosos's RTLS technology to track assets by pinpointing their real-time locations, based on software algorithms rather than infrastructure triangulation.
RFID Journal announced today that a new program, sponsored by Wiliot, has joined the conference lineup.
Apptricity is partnering with Shopify to provide its Internet of Things edge device, an app, and BLE or other tags as part of the Storefront app, enabling users to view the location and status of goods at their own site, in the supply chain or at a customer's store.