Fagron Sterile Services provides automated data access regarding single-use products to help hospitals adopt RFID for visibility, and facilities can receive items already tagged for onsite use.
Tageos launches sustainable RFID inlays with NXP, Impinj ICs; CVS, Identiv offer NFC-based talking prescription labels; STMicroelectronics upgrades machine-learning software for connected devices; Kerlink, Vision Valley partner on LoRaWan IoT networks in Middle East, North Africa; Energous RF wireless charging system receives FCC certification; OptConnect acquires IoT network provider Premier Wireless Solutions.
The Spiro Plus M750 label, certified by the DoseID Consortium, is designed to offer strong performance in environments containing liquids and high tag densities.
NXP, Ford collaborate on connected cars; Semtech, Everynet, Telkom Indonesia partner on LoRaWAN vaccine carrier; STMicroelectronics intros NFC tag IC with privacy features; AiDash launches sustainability-management system; Ezitech, JOAT help South Africa monitor water extraction with u-blox tech; ScaleOut Software extends IoT digital twin service; embedded RFID company Primo1D raises funding; Kinetic, Nationwide offer workers' comp wearables.
AmerisourceBergen has launched an app-based version of its existing system so hospitals and other users can access data about medicines on trays via a mobile device; the system leverages the RAIN Alliance's CIN standardization to differentiate its tags from those of other companies.
RFID Journal recently held its 19th annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available from the event's Health Care and Pharmaceuticals, Internet of Things, RFID and IoT for Inventory and Warehouse Management, and RFID Strategies and Best Practices tracks.
We are introducing a new event featuring a mix of live sessions and presentations recorded at our flagship conference and exhibition, for those who were unable to attend RFID Journal LIVE! in person.
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.