Rocket Lab will launch 25 satellites in 2023 to enable Kinéis to capture transmissions from small satellite sensors where terrestrial IoT technology cannot always reach, in order to track feral cattle, fishing boats and shipping containers.
RFID Journal recently held its 19th annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available from the keynotes, the Best New Product finalists, and the Manufacturing, Retail and Apparel, and Supply Chain and Logistics tracks.
Glory is piloting two smart vending machines that enable consumers to purchase and reserve fresh salads, wraps or yogurts with their smartphones, then pick up their orders when they arrive, while the machine's 4G connectivity helps providers monitor conditions remotely.
OffGridBox, which brings power and potable water to remote sites in Africa and other parts of the world, is leveraging eze System connectivity—with Swarm satellite technology where mobile service is unavailable—so that each box can be monitored in real time or for analytics.
We are introducing a new event featuring a mix of live sessions and presentations recorded at our flagship conference and exhibition, for those who were unable to attend RFID Journal LIVE! in person.
Retailers should try out artificial intelligence and cashierless stores to determine whether the benefits outweigh the personal touch of human employees.
InPlay's BLE technology is designed to enable easy setup of a real-time location system with beacon tags that would cost a few dollars and could be interrogated by a gateway, tablet or smartphone from hundreds of meters away.
White papers are a valuable source of information for those seeking to learn more about innovative technologies. Here are several recent papers we've added to our library.
Auburn University's RFID Lab is testing Boston Dynamics' Mac robot as a companion for busy employees that would count stock with a UHF reader, direct them to products as they pick orders, fetch goods and carry out other assistive tasks.
The winners for 2021 were revealed at this week's RFID Journal LIVE! conference, held in Phoenix, Ariz.