The RFID company will leverage Sumzed's in-store digital experience system as part of its Clarity item-level tracking solution as it seeks to address retailers' demand for such technology.
Companies benefiting from ultra-wideband RTLS solutions are focusing on power management of personnel badges, minimizing anchor or reader infrastructure, and dedicating employees to oversee the system's operation.
With a solution from Haco RFID, the company has reduced the cost of inventory counts, while improving its business processes using GS1 standards.
VELUX Commercial's production facility has leveraged an RTLS solution from Asseco CEIT, with Sewio UWB anchors and tags, to locate AGVs, workers and equipment within a short range, enabling an automated, flexible production process.
Radio frequency identification technology can greatly enhance hospitals' overall care delivery.
The technology consists of tags on pieces of metal custom-produced for orders, as well as anchors that receive beacon-based data to identify where items are located in real time, whether they are in storage or being shipped to customers.
The MTA has deployed wireless mesh-networked emergency LED lights in its Canarsie and Rutgers tunnels to ensure all battery-powered lights work properly, while enabling two-way control and the ability to apply sensors to detect fires and other problems.
Today's campuses are leveraging technology to protect the health of their building occupants, while improving energy efficiency, reducing costs and enhancing operations.
Redpoint Positioning's system is being tested at large-scale mines in North America and Asia to track the locations of people and vehicles for safety purposes, as well as to trace contacts for disease prevention and find tools and equipment.
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