Energous is selling its kit with Atmosic's BLE system-on-chip, enabling users to build solutions that leverage wireless charging at up to a 13-meter distance for IoT solutions ranging from factory condition monitoring to in-store electronic shelf labeling.
Common obstacles can be easily avoided with sufficient strategy and planning.
RFID tags can be used for quality control in harsh environments, including those containing extreme temperatures, high impact, wet conditions, hazardous chemicals, radioactivity and more.
Smart factories are switching their traditional processes to more advanced technology-based systems.
The Wi-SUN Alliance, representing Internet of Things-based wireless mesh technologies, conducted a study that finds more than nine in 10 respondents believe adoption is necessary to remain competitive, and that deployments are becoming more complex.
The acquisition will place Beontag among the largest RFID label producers globally, with a planned capacity of five billion labels, leveraging Confidex's ticketing and industrial tag products and its China-based manufacturing site.
The company's software is designed to reduce downtime and material costs, improve quality, and provide insights into machine and human productivity.
The Industry IoT Consortium is targeting the business and technology side of company decision making for the successful rollout of artificial-intelligence systems that manage IoT-based data—from comparing the operation of different factories to analyzing data from each sensor-based component.
CAEN RFID is offering the mode for its Proton and Quattro readers so users can more easily install and configure their RFID devices without requiring middleware or programming skills.
Bekina Boots, which has been monitoring work-in-progress via a UHF RFID-based system from Aucxis RFID Solutions, plans to include an RFID tag in each boot it makes, so customers can accomplish access control and achieve other benefits.