Omni-ID's five new products are battery-free labels with sensors and UHF functionality to transmit data, such as temperature or moisture presence, to an RFID reader for use in the cold supply chain, at data centers or during construction.
RFID tags can be used for quality control in harsh environments, including those containing extreme temperatures, high impact, wet conditions, hazardous chemicals, radioactivity and more.
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.
Nedap announces cloud-based RFID loss-prevention system; Semtech, SAS Institute collaborate on IoT solutions for North Carolina town; Memfault, Alif Semiconductor partner on processors for IoT developers; CenTrak acquires healthcare RTLS company Infinite Leap; Loftware adds new RFID drivers to labeling software; Cupix updates its 3D digital-twin platform for construction.
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Xerafy offers on-metal RFID tags with NXP chips; Axia Institute launches RFID tag validation program, partners with Fresenius Kabi; AsReader unveils lightweight RFID reader-writer; CDO Technologies adds DT Research tablet to DoD auto-ID contract; ScaleOut Software upgrades real-time digital twin streaming service; Trackunit, Silicon Labs partner on BLE asset-tracking solution; GS1 US to host virtual healthcare RFID workshop; STMicroelectronics publishes white paper on NFC for CPG.
Asygn's RFID sensor ICs are being deployed or tested not only for hydropower production, but also agriculture and construction, to capture conditions in the field or at production facilities without requiring a battery or wired energy sources.
Link Labs' AirFinder Onsite solution provides low-cost indoor location, with BLE tags identifying where they are based on phase ranging, and LoRa connectivity forwarding that data to a server.
U.K. technology company Foresolutions, using Digital Matter sensors, is providing companies with the location and status of remote items like porta potties, construction tools and air-traffic equipment.
The Belgian logistics company has automated the receiving, counting, locating and shipping of the equipment it manages for its construction and agricultural customers, reducing inventory counts and search times by half.