Sectigo updates IoT security and identity-management platform; Samsung, IBM, Red Hat collaborate on Industry 4.0 solutions; Lenovo, Amazon Web Services offer IoT partner program; Wind River, Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions provide cybersecurity protections.
With a passive UHF RFID system from CodeGate, the company has a view into the locations of its tagged tools as they move into and out of zones, hangars, production areas and storage, thereby ensuring assets are never lost and delays do not occur.
RFID Journal recently held its 18th annual conference and exhibition. View the presentations and recordings from this online event.
This year's winners—Grupo Boticário, Volkswagen do Brasil, Johnson & Johnson, Lockheed Martin, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, SportCor, EM Microelectronic and Tali Freed—were announced at the RFID Journal Virtually LIVE! conference.
The DoD's latest contract with Savi Technology focuses on Internet of Things solutions leveraging satellite and cellular networks, while phasing out active RFID, thereby providing agencies with IoT-based visibility of assets and inventory as goods move around the world.
Amid growing concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the company has announced that this year's conference and exhibition will now be held online.
RFID Journal recently hosted a webinar with Vizinex RFID and SmarTrack, the video and slides from which are now available online.
In November, the global aerospace, defense and security company will speak about its use of radio frequency identification to automate inventory replenishment, manage the status and location of each asset and tool, and bring visibility to work-in-process.
What can a nuclear submarine teach today's manufacturers in their quest to avoid costly downtime?
The military's medical research lab has been applying RFID labels to biological samples for vaccine, drug and infectious disease management research, to ensure that the samples can be identified in freezers without being removed from cold storage.