The Internet of Things enables applications in a variety of sectors, from healthcare and industrial to home automation, environmental monitoring, retail and more.
During a recent Zebra study, around 85 percent of warehouse managers indicated plans to prioritize automation technology, such as machine learning, AI and RFID, within the next three years.
The company's latest acquisition brings healthcare and medical equipment management to its product and solution portfolio.
BOPIS, transparency and multiple delivery options can win the season.
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.
For SMBs, the upfront investment required for RFID systems used to be cost-prohibitive, but prices are now trending down, making the technology viable.
Brands and retailers alike are targeting IoT technologies like RFID to solve the dual challenge of making shopping more convenient for consumers while reducing the environmental impact of their operations.
Andrew Tashiro, the apparel retailer's senior director of omnichannel and inventory, will discuss how Carter's is using RFID at all its 750 stores to improve inventory accuracy, spur omnichannel sales growth and improve operational efficiencies.
To ensure the operational efficiency of Internet of Things devices, here are questions every campus security team should ask themselves.
The La Clusaz resort, located in the French Alps, is managing data regarding its operations, from ski lift usage to the conditions in its restaurant refrigerators, with a solution provided by Adeunis, using Kerlink LoRaWAN gateways and API-K sensors.