The standards organization completed a survey of 20 fashion companies for the University of Parma's RFID Lab to contribute to its international "RFID Barometer in Retail" study, which finds that RFID is enabling omnichannel sales and the rate of stalled or failed deployments has dropped.
The IEEE's 802.15.4z, the latest amendment to the organization's UWB standard, is aimed at providing improved security and precise location data, while enabling both low- and high-rate pulse-repetition frequency for access to vehicles with phones or key fobs, as well as home access and payments.
DoseID, comprising drug label and packaging companies, as well as healthcare and RFID technology firms, is working to create guidelines for the development and use of RFID to track medications and vaccines; Auburn University's RFID Lab will provide tag testing and specifications.
With DoseID's launch, RFID tag certification will be provided by the Auburn University RFID Lab's ARC Program.
The GS1 Registry Platform enables product information to be shared throughout the supply chain and with customers via RFID, barcodes and digital printing.
As companies move to maximize production, protect intellectual property, and navigate complex domestic and international regulatory hurdles, many are turning to radio frequency identification.
The standard, developed by the Object Management Group, is intended to reduce the complexity of interpreting sensor data, the organization reports.
Companies that offer IoT products often prioritize functionality, availability and accessibility, but security and privacy must be more than mere afterthoughts.
Despite some organizations' reluctance to embrace mandated tagging, the technology could prove extremely beneficial to the livestock supply chain.
Users can create standard terminology and reference architectures, as well as share use cases across industries; Ansys, Dell Technologies, Lendlease and Microsoft helped to form the new organization.