Yesterday's RFID Journal webinar explained which technologies can be deployed in the workplace to help companies deal with the changes impacting their business as a result of COVID-19.
Companies can use particle-free conductive inks to print the electronics directly onto smart wearables rather than having to add them afterwards.
RFID Journal held a webinar yesterday highlighting two Best New Product finalists for the 2020 RFID Journal Awards; the presentation is now available for online viewing.
More than 60 percent of delivery buyers want facilities to clean packages and thereby avoid contamination and diseases like COVID-19. IoP Journal's Edson Perin interviews Simone Galante, Galunion's founder and CEO, about a pioneering study on this topic.
If technologies for identification, tracking, authentication and improving the customer experience are necessary, other innovations are mandatory—such as eliminating viruses, for example.
Baumle Fairs Organization's director explains how RFID, digital printing and QR codes can be used to reduce health risks at conventions.
The company's item-level intelligence solutions, using Mojix's IoT and big-data platform, can track patients and medical personnel at hospitals, while also providing asset control.
The Quebec Institute for Logistical Innovation has submitted a solution using Connect&GO tags and software to the Department of Health Canada for preventing infections as patients are tested and treated at active hospitals for COVID-19.
With social distancing changing the face of retail, companies need to digitize their supply chain processes with the Internet of Things and radio frequency identification.
With COVID-19 dominating news headlines lately, it's easy to forget the many unique and creative ways in which the technology has been deployed.