The solution integrates customer experience with sustainability and is available to businesses in the food, pharmaceutical and beauty industries, among others.
The company's Source software-as-a-service platform is designed to make first-mile traceability easier for raw material suppliers, including in agriculture.
The companies plan to increase access to IoT networks and sensor-enabled solutions, making the rural region an epicenter for manufacturing automation and digital agriculture.
RFID Journal recently held its 20th annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available from the event's keynotes and general sessions, along with several of the conference tracks.
Manufactures are using TriEnda's reusable pallets and other products with Metalcraft UHF RFID tags customized for use cases and environments that include automotive manufacturing, beverage and food production, and logistics.
A Japanese Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry project, using Wiliot battery-free BLE sensors, is testing the viability of letting consumers track food freshness and volume in fridges via an app.
The new tags provide automatic identification and sensing capabilities for a variety of products, from metallic packed goods and small form-factor products to items that must be read from multiple orientations.
The company's latest products are designed for on-metal use in the retail sector, in food supply chains and for other applications.
More than 80 end users and RFID experts will speak at this year's event regarding the technology's benefits for retail, apparel, manufacturing, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, food and agriculture, defense, aviation, energy and other sectors.
The two-year TRACE project, led by a consortium that includes PragmatIC Semiconductor, will monitor NFC-tagged beverage bottles and food trays as they are sold, returned to a store, cleaned and then reused.