The Internet of Things offers unprecedented control to farmers.
The company is including Near Field Communication functionality in a line of products for new iPhone models under its MagSafe brand name.
UC Berkeley researchers are using active RFID tags powered by the Sun to capture the social behavior of acorn woodpeckers cohabitating or fighting, and to track efforts to rebuild after wildfire destruction.
The Internet of Things has disrupted the cleaning sector and is here to stay.
This year's winners—Grupo Boticário, Volkswagen do Brasil, Johnson & Johnson, Lockheed Martin, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, SportCor, EM Microelectronic and Tali Freed—were announced at the RFID Journal Virtually LIVE! conference.
The Juuke Box, using RFID cards to select and play music, was designed to amuse the grandmother of the inventor's girlfriend, and has led to pre-orders, a second version's development and a search for investors.
Amazon's latest product is intended to expand wireless transmission for Internet of Things solutions beyond the front door of homes or businesses, leveraging BLE and LoRa technologies.
Powercast is employing its new solution at its own offices to enable individuals to scan and automatically report their temperature before gaining access, while the system tracks their location in key public areas of the building for contact-tracing purposes.
Avery Dennison has launched a pilot program with RoadRunner Recycling to accelerate matrix-recycling processes and thereby reduce the amount of waste going to landfills.
With a transceiver, an ultrasonic sensor, Bluetooth connectivity and tagged pods, the LifeFuels bottle lets users view on an app what they've consumed and thus manage fluid intake and reordering; the company tracks inventory in-house via the pods.