An RTLS solution from Cognosos enables automotive companies to locate specific vehicles by leveraging tags on rearview mirrors, gateway devices and an app for van drivers that can prompt the tags to light up when needed.
The winners for 2023 were revealed at the RFID Journal LIVE! conference and exhibition, held last week in Orlando, Fla.
As the industry prepares to digitize all new tires, companies have been testing RFID in their products and leveraging standardized data management from the Global Data Service Organization.
Japanese companies have been using AsReader's new product, now being released in North America and next in Europe, to read tags at 30-foot heights or under loaded pallets.
The company is growing its wireless energy solution to power BLE tags with new certification for use in Japan, and has teamed up with InnoTractor and Thinaer.
Tosca has tagged more than 1.5 million plastic pallets and high-value assets that transport goods to factories and stores, providing a view into all steps of each asset's transportation and service cycles.
Here's why you won't want to miss the RFID in the Food Chain track at this year's RFID Journal LIVE! conference and exhibition.
Here's why you won't want to miss the Supply Chain and Logistics track at this year's RFID Journal LIVE! conference and exhibition.
This year's RFID Journal LIVE! conference and exhibition will feature one of our strongest speaker lineups to date.
The SpotBot 4G features LTE-M 4G connectivity, enabling life-sciences companies to view the conditions of products moving through the supply chain, including temperature, light and moisture levels.