The company's Inlay Innovation facility provides development, testing and manufacturing services to provide custom inlays for the RFID labels its clients need for asset tracking, tolling and access control.
The new Appetize Payments solution is being deployed at concerts and games to allow touch-free transactions and ordering via mobile phones.
Fiafia has deployed an NFC solution from Semnox that captures every child's arrival, activity, food purchases and departure information, enabling the company to calculate what each family owes.
Inepro's Spider RFID reader is enabling device manufacturers to build connectivity into their secured devices, ranging from vending machines to door locks, with LF, HF, NFC and BLE connectivity, as well as a secure element for security.
SML RFID software deployed at 5,000+ stores; Confidex offers on-metal RFID label for specialty retail; Nordic Semiconductor, Memfault partner on connected devices SDK; IoT company Triax Technologies raises $12.5 in funding; Albanian music festival deploys Event Genius cashless tech; Digi intros IoT module platform based on NXP processor; Senet, Adtran team up for LoRaWAN network services.
Several U.K. restaurants have deployed a Qiiosk solution using HID tags, which enables customers to order food on a smartphone by tapping an NFC-enabled menu or scanning its QR code.
NXP offers UWB development tools for Apple products; Schreiner ProTech intros UHF RFID starter kit; Qualcomm unveils new Internet of Things solutions; SkyLab uses Semtech asset-management platform for prototyping board; Scottish music event goes cashless with Event Genius payment tech; Energous, Atmosic partner on RF energy harvesting; Cupix launches 3D digital twin platform.
The United Kingdom is offering some public events, including a 3,000-fan pop-up concert by Liverpool event manager Circus, where masks were left at home and social distancing was non-existent, but all attendees were pretested for COVID-19 and used a touch-free payment process with RFID wristbands and kiosks from Festicket.
Students and personnel, leveraging technology from Transact, can conduct business ranging from purchasing meals to printing copies, checking out books, and accessing dorm rooms or labs using their mobile phones.
The New Orleans music and barbeque event will resume this summer with an RFID-enabled bracelet solution from Wrstbnd that will provide touchless entry and payment, as well as collect data regarding traffic movement and crowd behavior.