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Drug companies, label converters and systems integrators are testing or employing Tageos's ARC Spec S-certified UHF RFID inlay for tracking single-unit drugs and small devices, no matter the material and even around liquids.
Thanks to RFID and a phone app, a Robomart van can be summoned to bring a selection of food and pharmacy products, with customers charged automatically based on what they remove from the vehicle.
Here are six trends and four challenges regarding the RFID industry, including how the technology is used for vaccine safety and touchless interactions.
Humatics, Siemens receive MTA UWB train-positioning contract; SimplyRFID offers inventory-management guide for wine sellers; InnovationLab, Trelleborg integrate printed sensors in logistics app; New Boundary offers IIoT monitoring solution; Laird Connectivity, Memfault partner on IoT/Bluetooth debugging platform; RFID use boosts plastic pharmaceutical bottle sales.
Cathay Pacific Cargo has released a BLE solution for the real-time tracking of goods transported internationally, which freight forwarders are piloting to monitor shipments.
RFID and other Internet of Things technologies can take the guesswork out of monitoring physical assets, inventory, tools and more.
The GB32U9, engineered for attachment to liquid-filled vials and syringes, can be interrogated by tunnel and handheld readers, as well as RFID-enabled cabinets, so that each dose can be managed from the point of manufacture to a patient's bedside.
Considering the importance of healthcare infrastructure, using the latest technologies to improve everything from drug delivery to patient care should be a priority for every company and organization.
Bosch is implementing an Internet of Things solution that tracks the conditions of cold chain loads in real time, from the point of manufacture to the point of use.