by Rich Handley | Mar 14, 2023 | Editor's Notes
This year's RFID Journal LIVE! conference and exhibition will feature one of our strongest speaker lineups to date.
by Claire Swedberg | Mar 6, 2023 | Features
UC San Diego's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has built a solution by which a passive tag with a low-cost IC could be interrogated via a cell phone's BLE, Wi-Fi and LTE connectivity.
by Kristie Kidder | Mar 6, 2023 | Trends
Deploying such surveillance technologies can improve employee safety, building security and business productivity.
by Ben Marks | Mar 5, 2023 | Expert Views
Why the next industrial revolution will be driven by artificial intelligence.
by Rich Handley | Mar 2, 2023 | Editor's Notes
White papers are a valuable source of information for those seeking to learn more about innovative technologies. Here are several recent papers we've added to our library.
by Tracey Walker | Feb 21, 2023 | Trends
CRTKL's Mario Sanchez explains the value of deploying Bluetooth Low Energy, Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and other tech.
by Michael Flaxman | Feb 19, 2023 | Expert Views
Enterprises that do this can identify areas of improvement and focus resources to recession-proof their business.
by Rich Handley | Feb 9, 2023 | News
Lululemon selects Nedap RFID tech for product availability; Nordic Semiconductor offers IC, development kit for IoT; STMicroelectronics unveils AI developer cloud, BLE SoCs; Cybertrust, Quantinuum platform secures IoT devices; Murata demos small RFID tag, batteries for healthcare; Wiliot, ABI Research to discuss ambient IoT in Barcelona.
by Claire Swedberg | Feb 8, 2023 | News
Researchers at Tampere University and Ohio State University are building systems that could enable the tracking of tagged documents using power from area light or Wi-Fi to send location data in real time.
by Claire Swedberg | Feb 7, 2023 | News
Researchers, developers and students can use TDK InvenSense's SmartBug 2.0, with improved power management, to test their innovations.