Sewio offers RTLS subscription service, software; Wiliot, Identiv unveil battery-assisted IoT tags; Soracom expands IoT partner program; Talkin' Things receives funding for RFID tag manufacturing; Senet, Ready Wireless partner on LoRaWAN solutions; Essence Group, Securitas Direct provide IoT-based intruder prevention; RedLore adds UWB tech to Wirepas IoT network.
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SICK is among the first companies to offer a solution leveraging the UWB backchannel feature in Sewio's Studio 2.6 platform, allowing users to communicate with a tag and prompt it to light up so that it can be easily spotted.
Companies benefiting from ultra-wideband RTLS solutions are focusing on power management of personnel badges, minimizing anchor or reader infrastructure, and dedicating employees to oversee the system's operation.
As radio frequency identification has evolved, the question of which form of the technology companies should deploy has transformed with it.
Companies are deploying Cognosos's RTLS technology to track assets by pinpointing their real-time locations, based on software algorithms rather than infrastructure triangulation.
Sewio's team members are each taking a three-day paid leave to provide support to Ukrainians in need, ranging from transporting refugees to Brno, in the Czech Republic, to finding them jobs, homes and schooling.
Common technologies used in RTLS solutions include sub-gigahertz, ultra-wideband and Bluetooth Low Energy. Which would best meet your operational needs?
The AIDC standards group is strategizing plans to reach out to a larger audience about technologies such as RFID, regarding not only standards but also regulation and successful use cases.
Real-time location systems provide cost-effective solutions that prevent violent threats from escalating to dangerous events.