The company's latest SoCs and solution platforms are aimed at businesses developing Internet of Things solutions according to Matter or Amazon Sideway standards, as well as Wi-SUN and Wi-Fi 6, for industrial, commercial and smart-home applications.
Argonne Labs' Yung Liu has spent two decades developing and deploying RFID and IoT solutions to ensure the real-time management of nuclear waste, whether in storage or as it is being transported.
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.
The specialty paper and packaging company's purchase of the French RFID technology firm has led to a wider product offering that serves pharmaceutical, luxury brand, healthcare and airline customers.
Identifying a problem, finding the best technology to address it and deciding how to manage the data are among the considerations for companies monitoring everything from shipping containers to reusable pallets and beer kegs.
GE Hydro has begun the next phase of a multi-year UHF RFID pilot that uses technology from Asygn and HID Global to capture sensor conditions from spinning rotors, wirelessly and without batteries.
Global businesses are using Librestream's augmented and virtual reality-based platform to provide operators with access to data on a factory floor or maintenance site, using smartphones or wearable devices and the company's Onsight app.
Confidex releases label with shared RFID and NFC memory; Powercast, InPlay offer battery-free BLE sensor beacon; Study shows strong RFID tag market growth; AI company Altair launches data-analytics appliance for IoT.
The Internet of Things enables applications in a variety of sectors, from healthcare and industrial to home automation, environmental monitoring, retail and more.
Great Lakes Rubber is among the companies employing an RTLS solution with passive RFID from Accu-traq, using RF Controls' steerable-array antennas to capture the locations of UHF RFID-tagged supplies in manufacturing projects.