The IW612 supports Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2 and 802.15.4, enabling simultaneous transmitting and receiving for smart-home, automotive and industrial applications, and connecting smart devices across various protocols and ecosystems.
The LoRa Alliance reports that the United Nations' specialized agency for information and communication technologies has formally recognized the technology as a new standard.
Paragon ID receives DoseID certification for healthcare RFID inlays; AmerisourceBergen unveils RFID tagging service; Silicon Labs, Memfault partner on IoT debugging tools; IoT-digital twin platform company UrsaLeo receives seed round.
The company has been using such standards since 2003, which facilitated its involvement with the Universal Postal Union's RFID system.
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Despite the pandemic and supply chain delays, the industry is experiencing growth, with 2022 forecast to see a $600 million rise in value, while the study finds a need for greater standardization and education to meet the technology's potential.
The NFC Forum has released a new icon to serve as an easily recognized instruction for Near Field Communication technology use, whether a tag is attached to a car door, a payment station or a product label.
The standards organization is enabling companies with ultra-wideband technologies to have their products certified for meeting the FiRa specification for the IEEE 802.15.4z standard, so that UWB systems can coexist as the technology becomes more ubiquitous.
AmerisourceBergen has launched an app-based version of its existing system so hospitals and other users can access data about medicines on trays via a mobile device; the system leverages the RAIN Alliance's CIN standardization to differentiate its tags from those of other companies.
Products tracked from seeding to consumer offer confidence in the international market, thanks to GS1's Electronic Product Code standard.