Companies benefiting from ultra-wideband RTLS solutions are focusing on power management of personnel badges, minimizing anchor or reader infrastructure, and dedicating employees to oversee the system's operation.
Fagron Sterile Services provides automated data access regarding single-use products to help hospitals adopt RFID for visibility, and facilities can receive items already tagged for onsite use.
The company has been using such standards since 2003, which facilitated its involvement with the Universal Postal Union's RFID system.
VELUX Commercial's production facility has leveraged an RTLS solution from Asseco CEIT, with Sewio UWB anchors and tags, to locate AGVs, workers and equipment within a short range, enabling an automated, flexible production process.
Under Armour boosts efficiency chain-wide via RFID; Semtech intros LoRaWAN integration for Arson Metering solution; Renesas develops new write technologies for IoT applications; MicroAI software protects IoT devices from cybersecurity attacks; Dell, Litmus partner on IoT-based smart manufacturing solution.
Radio frequency identification technology can greatly enhance hospitals' overall care delivery.
Entries will be accepted in six end-user categories, and exhibitors at next year's RFID Journal LIVE! conference and exhibition may submit candidates for Best New Product.
The technology consists of tags on pieces of metal custom-produced for orders, as well as anchors that receive beacon-based data to identify where items are located in real time, whether they are in storage or being shipped to customers.
Today's campuses are leveraging technology to protect the health of their building occupants, while improving energy efficiency, reducing costs and enhancing operations.
Rentex has reduced labor times and improved efficiencies for shipping, receiving and maintaining the equipment it rents to entertainment industry companies, thanks to an RFID system that tracks cameras, projectors, computers and cables.