by Claire Swedberg | Aug 26, 2022 | News
Venroy is among the fashion companies testing a solution from Flagship that leverages Energous wireless charging devices and Wiliot's battery-free Bluetooth tags attached to merchandise for real-time in-store visibility.
by Claire Swedberg | Aug 10, 2022 | News
The company plans to offer more real-time location technologies as part of its track-and-trace solutions, leveraging Tracktio's active systems that include BLE, UWB and LoRa, to gain real-time views into assets, people and inventory.
by Claire Swedberg | Aug 4, 2022 | News
MASS Group is offering an Alien Technology multiplexor with its Traceability Made Easy platform that provides zonal data about the locations of goods and assets.
by Claire Swedberg | Jul 12, 2022 | News
Early adopters are testing STMicroelectronics' new chip, leveraging the IEEE's 5.3 specification for location, direction and sensor data tracking, for tool management.
by Rich Handley | Jun 30, 2022 | News
Tageos joins Auburn University RFID Lab advisory board; CenTrak launches IoT consulting and training service; IIoT and Digital Twin Consortiums publish security guide; ParkourSC acquires IoT company Qopper; RTLS company Inpixon/IntraNav joins SAP partner program; Avnet, Amazon forge IoT strategic collaboration; GS1 Australia unveils new RFID coalition.
by Claire Swedberg | Jun 27, 2022 | News
A solution from Interface Systems uses active RFID wristbands or tags, as well as exciters at doorways and readers deployed around a facility, to ensure patients can be accounted for and prevented from leaving secure areas.
by Mohammed Smadi | Jun 19, 2022 | Expert Views
Combining the two technologies creates a better system and better healthcare.
by Claire Swedberg | Jun 12, 2022 | Case Studies
Great Lakes Rubber is among the companies employing an RTLS solution with passive RFID from Accu-traq, using RF Controls' steerable-array antennas to capture the locations of UHF RFID-tagged supplies in manufacturing projects.
by Claire Swedberg | Jun 5, 2022 | Features
Istanbul's Borusan Port expects to reduce fuel consumption by 2.5 percent, as well as decrease labor costs and ensure worker safety, with a UWB- and cellular-based system that monitors workers and vehicles.
by Rich Handley | Jun 1, 2022 | News
A customizable system developed by Favendo, Abeeway and Actility is built to increase productivity, reduce search times and improve employee safety, both indoors and outdoors.