A RADAR solution leverages passive UHF RFID tags to understand where merchandise is located throughout a store, while computer vision will expand visibility into shopper behavior and engagement.
The healthcare technology company is leveraging Cognosos's BLE and radio cloud-based sensors to provide room-level data about a hospital's asset locations, and thus their status.
As doctors and nurses enter the technology-rich patient rooms at OhioHealth, their information will be displayed on a TV monitor to help patients understand who comes and goes from their bedside.
RF Controls has built a new functionality into its overhead reader antennas to encode UHF RFID tags, or to change their EPC IDs, from up to 50 feet away.
Since Paragon ID acquired UWINLOC, the companies have been marketing its MahVis solution that harvests ambient RF energy, then wirelessly transmits sensor data and a precise location.
An RTLS solution from Cognosos enables automotive companies to locate specific vehicles by leveraging tags on rearview mirrors, gateway devices and an app for van drivers that can prompt the tags to light up when needed.
Vizzia Technologies and ElectrifAi have tested artificial intelligence in an RTLS solution at California's Mission Hospital, and will now commercialize the offering for asset-management intelligence.
Signet Tags launches NFC customer-engagement platform; MASS Group adds Find Tag functionality to mobile readers; Continental offers UWB-based child-presence detection; Renesas Electronics samples BLE microcontroller; Semtech unveils new chipset for 5G mobile devices; Sewio releases UWB RTLS software; Qualcomm intros IoT solutions for industrial applications.
A real-time location system from Wipelot has enabled Vestel to decrease shift-start losses, occupational accidents and its workforce.
Here's how your organization should utilize both radio frequency identification and ultra-wideband technologies.