This past week, RFID Journal hosted a virtual event focused on how RFID and IoT technologies are being utilized in the manufacturing sector, and the recording and presentations from the event are now available for viewing.
A connected business is a profitable business, and technologies like cloud computing, RFID and Bluetooth Low Energy are becoming vital.
The system enables businesses to enforce workplace standards by using edge computing and artificial intelligence to monitor compliance.
GuardHat offers a mix-and-match solution for companies seeking social-distance-based proximity alerting, contact tracing and collision prevention, with mustering and access control among its Internet of Things features.
With representative offices now established in several countries, current and future customers have an alternative to printing and inserting tags in such markets as Paraguay, Peru, Taiwan and Uruguay.
Thanks to the Internet of Things, the merging of low-power wireless connectivity, cloud-based processing and data analytics have transformed the commercial real estate industry.
Marcel Sacco, the general director of Hershey Brasil, outlines his company's vision regarding smart packaging trends.
Zebra has released its MotionWorks Warehouse solution, which has been piloted for the past year to track when goods are received and reloaded in micro-fulfillment models, thereby making warehouse operations more efficient and reducing the risk of errors.
From tracking employees' movements to monitoring proper hand hygiene, RFID technology is awash with possibilities for reducing the risk of future COVID-19 infections.
InnerSpace's inFORCE solution can detect the locations of workers or the public as they move around a space, thereby facilitating social distancing, emergency response and crowd management.