Working alongside robots and tracked packaging, artificial intelligence and machine learning can support retailers' loss-prevention teams.
A solution from Wi-Charge includes an AirCord transmitter, along with receivers that capture targeted beams of energy for powering everything from phones to electronic shelf labels and displays.
The Brazilian retailer has boosted its inventory visibility, reduced labor, and increased stock accuracy with a solution taken live earlier this year.
A RADAR solution leverages passive UHF RFID tags to understand where merchandise is located throughout a store, while computer vision will expand visibility into shopper behavior and engagement.
RFID Journal recently held its 21st annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available.
A technology entrepreneur has had an AI-based RFID chip embedded in one hand, allowing him to store data, pay for goods and share content.
The healthcare technology company is leveraging Cognosos's BLE and radio cloud-based sensors to provide room-level data about a hospital's asset locations, and thus their status.
The most frequent failure point I have seen with emerging technologies in pilot programs is the tactic of "fire and forget." Never assume the pilot program is proceeding as planned.
The ever-increasing capabilities and use of artificial intelligence for everything from convenience to militaristic tasks signifies the stakes have risen for guarding against nefarious actions.
An RTLS solution from Cognosos enables automotive companies to locate specific vehicles by leveraging tags on rearview mirrors, gateway devices and an app for van drivers that can prompt the tags to light up when needed.