Flogistix has deployed a solution from UrsaLeo that provides sensor data on a 3D digital twin, with which mechanics can explore the conditions and operation of compressors or other equipment digitally, as well as provide remote remediation.
Confidex intros RFID system for automotive industry; Kerlink, SmartMakers partner on real-time asset-tracking solution; Insight SiP signs distribution agreement with Avnet Japan; Senet, CNIguard, Semtech provide LoRaWAN gas leak detection tech; Cloudleaf expands IoT integration partnerships for supply chain visibility; Frost Control Systems, u-blox team up on road-safety IoT platform.
View the PDFs and recordings from RFID Journal's recent online event.
RFID Journal recently held its 18th annual conference and exhibition. View the presentations and recordings from this online event.
Last week's online event explained why embracing technological advancement in the supply chain is imperative.
Invista and other companies are tracking when workers fall or require assistance, where individuals are located for safety and productivity management, and the zones in which they have been, for the purposes of contact tracing in the event of a positive COVID-19 test, using Triax's Spot-r wearable technology provided by United Rentals.
Avery Dennison launches RFID-EAS inlay for retail; PENTAX Medical, Mobile Aspects sign RFID product distribution agreement; ShowMeCables releases omnidirectional, rubber duck antennas for IoT; Landis+Gyr, Vodafone Business partner on cellular IoT for energy management; Industrial Internet Consortium, Plattform Industrie 4.0 offer digital twin white paper.
With shopping behaviors changing at fuel stations and their convenience stores, a cloud-based solution from PDI is tracking fuel levels and in-store sales, helping businesses automate replenishment, predict sales and provide digital purchasing experiences.
Subsea 7 is returning its workers to the office with an Internet of Things solution from Empathic Building that displays where desks have been assigned, presents safety guidelines and displays real-time data regarding cafeteria occupancy.
The 25-square-meter Easy Deli leverages UHF RFID tags on products, as well as readers at the point of sale and exit, to enable shoppers to buy goods by placing them on the sales counter and approving the purchase without human assistance.