A solution from Wi-Charge includes an AirCord transmitter, along with receivers that capture targeted beams of energy for powering everything from phones to electronic shelf labels and displays.
Some stores are employing technology-based solutions using a combination of EAS, RFID and computer vision from Sensormatic to predict, prevent or respond to criminal events.
Browan, Actility collaborate on LoRaWAN solutions; Industry IoT Consortium updates security framework; ScaleOut Software adds Google Cloud support; Nexite expands its connected retail platform; Pasternack introduces UWB bias tees.
A technology entrepreneur has had an AI-based RFID chip embedded in one hand, allowing him to store data, pay for goods and share content.
Pasternack debuts new RFID antenna line; SGT Capital acquires secure-access solutions firm Elatec; AsReader, Xemelgo app helps manufacturers meet Walmart mandate; Digital Twin Consortium publishes reality-capture user guide; GS1 Australia announces RFID tech expo; Powercast, Powermat partner on wireless charging solutions.
Raptor Technologies has acquired software company SchoolPass to expand its IoT solution for child dismissal with RFID, camera or QR code scanning.
The ever-increasing capabilities and use of artificial intelligence for everything from convenience to militaristic tasks signifies the stakes have risen for guarding against nefarious actions.
Having purchased Alert Systems and its solution for detecting RFID-blocking foil shields, Checkpoint Systems intends to integrate the technology into its EAS offerings.
The solution is designed to protect IoT and IIoT networks, data and critical services against unknown threats, across a wide range of verticals.
Cybersecurity leaders play a vital role in allowing times and production lines to always have maximum availability and performance.