RFID-tagged drugs, medication trays boost inventory; STMicroelectronics intros multi-zone ToF sensor; Bosch, PARK360 tech enables IoT-equipped smart campus in India; Senet announces LoRaWAN network-based location estimation; Hugo Boss deploys Nedap's RFID platform.
RFID Journal recently held its 20th annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available from the event's keynotes and general sessions, along with several of the conference tracks.
Omni-ID's five new products are battery-free labels with sensors and UHF functionality to transmit data, such as temperature or moisture presence, to an RFID reader for use in the cold supply chain, at data centers or during construction.
NXP's NTAG 22x DNA family of NFC tag ICs leverage conductive and capacitive sensing to detect when a product has been opened, while providing moisture, pressure or fill-level sensing.
More than 80 end users and RFID experts will speak at this year's event regarding the technology's benefits for retail, apparel, manufacturing, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, food and agriculture, defense, aviation, energy and other sectors.
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.
Michigan State University's Axia Institute has been building membership in the technology and healthcare industries as it tests RFID, identifies use cases, develops best practices and supports an interoperable system to share product data.
Kloeckner Metals and Reading Hospital are among the organizations that will present case studies at this year's LIVE! conference.
ELATEC's technology is being used to identify healthcare workers when they sanitize equipment with ultraviolet systems, and to link patients and employees with medications administered at bedsides, as well as with records.
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