by John Joyce | Feb 27, 2023 | Trends
Unified systems that combine video, access control, communication systems, sensors and more can bolster hospital efficiencies, security and patient satisfaction.
by Claire Swedberg | Dec 13, 2022 | News
While the technology can identify and track objects, its use to monitor humans has proven to be rare and cumbersome, despite persistent concerns from a few.
by Rich Handley | Oct 31, 2022 | Editor's Notes
The Biden-Harris Administration expects to roll out a national cybersecurity program next spring to safeguard consumers against Internet of Things vulnerabilities.
by Jon Guy | May 8, 2022 | Expert Views
Organizations considering asset-tracking options must take into account a system's effectiveness and ensure the privacy and safety of employees.
by Claire Swedberg | Nov 21, 2021 | Case Studies
Artificial intelligence, machine learning, data scraping and IoT technologies interact with guests at Michigan State University Museum's latest exhibit.
by Claire Swedberg | Jun 16, 2021 | News
Four centers in the nation's capital city are deploying a solution from EyeLock to enable the secure detection of individuals' iris measurements via Bluetooth Low Energy, eliminating the need to store personal biometrics in a database.
by Claire Swedberg | Feb 8, 2021 | News
Carnegie Mellon University's IoT Assistant provides GPS-based alerts regarding devices within a person's vicinity and offers options for viewing cameras, beacons and other wireless devices that might be collecting or sharing data.
by Rich Handley | Dec 7, 2020 | Editor's Notes
A new video currently circulating falsely claims COVID-19 vaccines will contain RFID chips intended to track everyone who receives them.
by Rich Handley | Sep 18, 2020 | Editor's Notes
An implausible new self-published science fiction novel is based around the silly premise of radio frequency identification being used to control the masses and create a dictatorship.
by Rich Handley | Aug 17, 2020 | Editor's Notes
The nation is poised to require all of its citizens to obtain electronic passports with embedded RFID technology by next year. Could other countries follow this example?