Systems incorporating visitor management, RTLS technology and duress badges can help hospitals protect workers, patients and visitors.
Congresswoman intros IoT legislation for smart device use; NXP toolset enables software development for embedded apps; STMicroelectronics unveils BLE microcontrollers for IoT; SimplyRFiD launches RFID tag for metal, liquid products; FineLine receives patent for RFID mold-management solution; Ericsson IoT accelerator provides connectivity for Lyft e-bikes; OE-A publishes roadmap for flexible and printed electronics; MarketsandMarkets releases market research for RFID, RTLS.
The companies' infant-protection and wander-detection systems, combined with products focused on staff duress and asset management, will enable larger, more flexible, IoT-based solutions for hospitals.
IoT firm Minew is releasing two versions of a new tag, with an SoC from Inplay, to enable low-cost RTLS management of inventory, assets or individuals.
STMicroelectronics releases RF-integrated passive devices; Mobix Labs intros new ultra-wideband antenna; Sports Vision, Rochester hospital deploy Keonn RFID tech; Sewio releases on-premises version of myRTLS; Cogniteam enables IoT robot and sensor integration; CAP-XX offers prismatic supercapacitor for IoT devices.
Identiv, STMicroelectronics expand NFC/HF partnership; Aruba Networks joins RTLS group PI North America; Guardian RFID offers virtual learning for corrections; Digital Twin Consortium, OPC Foundation team up; Avnet releases IoT platform based on AWS collaboration; Wilson Electronics acquires UWB company Zinwave.
CenTrak offers RFID healthcare workflow software; Paragon ID acquires RTLS company UWINLOC; AsReader introduces paddle-type reader; Zebra unveils retail technology framework; Kickstarter for NFC RFID reader with Raspberry Pi; RFID company Mojix announces new president.
HID adds modules with Impinj chips to its RFID reader line; Zebra provides channel partners with RFID and RTLS tools; Mandalay Bay adds RFID locks to remodeled convention center; STAR Systems receives E-ZPass approval for multi-protocol reader; Kigen manages SIM ownership transfer for AT&T IoT customers; Latium Technologies updates PCL Construction IoT platform.
The partnership is aimed at providing aerospace and defense companies with Tego's enterprise-based software platform, along with a real-time view into the movements of people and things via RF Controls' passive UHF RFID.
A solution from CDO Technologies and Zebra Technologies will include the latest MotionWorks software, as well as an upgrade to existing active RFID receiver networks and tags, at four bases where aircraft are parked or maintained.