LBS Smart Technology's solutions track health risks based on air quality, rodents and other public health conditions, using Sigfox 0G connectivity from Thinxtra.
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Genixus is preparing to release individually packaged drug doses for clinicians to administer to patients, leveraging Kit Check's RFID technology so each syringe can be tracked, along with its expiration date.
AZ Sint-Maarten deployed Aucxis passive UHF RFID tech to identify the rooms in which 20,000 assets are located, using a solution developed to be affordable and effective without changing work processes.
Consumer products, appliances and healthcare devices may soon be released with IoT functionality based on the company's system-on-chip, which includes a voice activity detector, a graphics processing unit and BLE connectivity.
SaferMe's solution, initially designed for worker safety, then for pandemic contact tracing, is now available in a new version aimed at serving multiple transmissible diseases.
Hospitals are employing a solution from Mobile Aspects that provides channel drying for high-value, reusable endoscopes, while tracking the devices via HF RFID so they can be easily located, with their digital record captured, and be handled less often.
With eSIM technology from Idemia and Soracom's IoT network, manufacturers and developers are expected to build low-power, cellular-based connectivity into devices without requiring a subscriber identity module.
Bloomberg TV spotlights RFID company Checkpoint Systems; Troverlo, Actility offer trackers for Abeeway LoRaWAN tags; Neology brings litigation against Confidex; CCRM Fertility, TMRW Life Sciences add tracking tech to IVF labs.