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RFID News Roundup

RFID News Roundup

Fujitsu Frontech North America intros washable RFID linen tag; Tatwah offers ultra-low-power Bluetooth 5 beacons; ACD Group unveils terminal that can accommodate RFID readers; Tuya Smart announces NB-IoT module for smart cities, health care, agriculture; STMicroelectronics microcontrollers add security for IoT applications.
Working Group Planning Open IIoT Standard

Working Group Planning Open IIoT Standard

The Eclipse Foundation has launched a working group for the Industrial Internet of Things software standard known as Sparkplug, to ensure the interoperability of IoT systems for energy and gas, automotive and other industrial users.
RFID News Roundup

RFID News Roundup

RFID ticket provider FineLine Technologies acquires Consolidated Printing; Datamars launches integration software for self-deployed RFID laundry system; ViewTag chooses Powercast chipset for RFID-BLE bag tag; Telensa, LIGMAN provide smart street lighting, smart city sensing in APAC; Pulse Secure, Nozomi Networks team up for secure IIoT connectivity; IoT company KORE acquires Integron; IKEA joins Zigbee Alliance board of directors; Ergosense, Thingstream partner on IoT facility-management solution.
RFID News Roundup

RFID News Roundup

Teslonix intros overhead RFID reader system; Xerafy releases metal RFID asset-management tag; Allot report highlights IoT concerns as telecoms prepare for 5G; Objenious LoRaWAN-certified products to include Kerlink low-power IoT reference design; Senet, MeterSYS partner on smart-city solutions for public utilities; Wyld Networks, Delta-T Devices sign framework contract for connected soil sensors; Zigbee Alliance augments Green Power Program for IoT devices; Accruent, Synchronoss Technologies announce IoT partnership for dynamic environments.
Missouri City Staging IoT Pilot for Storm Emergency Simulations

Missouri City Staging IoT Pilot for Storm Emergency Simulations

The Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology division is working with the Open Geospatial Consortium and the City of St. Louis to develop an integrated emergency-response system that will include sensors and software to detect and respond to river floods, flash floods, fires, car accidents and stranded individuals.