Despite the pandemic and supply chain delays, the industry is experiencing growth, with 2022 forecast to see a $600 million rise in value, while the study finds a need for greater standardization and education to meet the technology's potential.
Princess Cruises began sailing again this summer, leveraging its OceanMedallion technology to help guests gain personalized experiences, while providing a sense of safety by reducing contacts and offering tracing.
P360 adds RFID to Swittons IoT smart devices; SensThys intros new RFID reader; FEIG Electronic offers NFC transit ticketing payment system; Helium, Digital Matter release IoT asset-tracking report; Digital Twin Consortium partners with CESMII, AIoT User Group; MicroAI solution accelerates smart system development.
Novelda has built a general-use system-on-a-chip based on the UWB sensors used in laptops, to detect the presence of individuals at preset distances, as well as identify motions as small as breath and heartbeats.
Customers at two new retail locations will be able to skip checkout lines thanks to a solution that combines computer vision, sensor fusion and deep learning.
Glory is piloting two smart vending machines that enable consumers to purchase and reserve fresh salads, wraps or yogurts with their smartphones, then pick up their orders when they arrive, while the machine's 4G connectivity helps providers monitor conditions remotely.
HID Global offers SDK for NFC mobile ticketing; GlobalFoundries unveils new IoT solutions; Silicon Labs supports Zero Trust security model for IoT; Senet expands LWPAN network coverage for IoT applications; Avnet connects Onsemi smart cameras to BLE-IoT platform; Microsoft joins LoRa Alliance Board of Directors.
The company employs Internet of Things technologies to monitor and maintain equipment, among other applications.
Star Systems International has received OmniAir Consortium certification for seven products, including its Genesis windshield and headlamp transponder for high-occupancy tolling, which is more sensitive than previous tags and can be switched to transmit in different modes, depending on the number of occupants.
Parsl, NXP, Avery Dennison SmarTrac form strategic partnership; STMicroelectronics unveils industrial eSIM for M2M IoT; Balluff offers high-speed RFID read-write heads; Star Systems International intros e-tolling transponder; Kerlink, NetOP Technology create IoT-based wildfire-prevention system; EECC publishes UHF RFID almanac.