A solution fom Locix, employing high-bandwidth Wi-Fi technology, is in use by a Japanese facility owned by Prologis to help meet e-commerce demands as one of the applications the company sees being launched to meet post-COVID-19 challenges.
The SafeZone system is a modified version of its proximity-detection solution that will allow companies to provide workers with wristbands so they can adjust their behavior based on alerts if their close proximity to others poses a health risk.
Smart labels and packaging are safely supporting healthcare products for patients and professionals, thereby saving lives.
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.
ISBC Group's Reflect42 is designed to transmit data up to 42 meters in industrial environments, enabling UHF RFID use for tracking assets and inventory in mines, factories and rail yards.
Companies can use particle-free conductive inks to print the electronics directly onto smart wearables rather than having to add them afterwards.
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.
The initiative is intended to help organizations deliver medical equipment and supplies, such as respirators, disinfectants and masks, to those in need.
Schreiner MediPharm is providing a customizable RFID label for application directly onto liquid pharmaceutical vials and syringes, with Kit Check's drug-management solution, to identify medicines from manufacture to administering and thereby improve drug safety.
A report from VDC Research has found that manufacturing and retail losses will bring a decline for AIDC companies during the pandemic, but agility and visibility offerings are likely to cause growth in the long term.