An IoT system being piloted by an Inner Mongolian open pit mine includes Beijing TAGE's Idriver solution, using software from Wind River, to manage sensor data, direct vehicles and forward information wirelessly to mine management.
Polish chemical company Grupa Azoty is planning its deployment options after piloting UHF RFID technology from ProxiGroup to manage the status and locations of its bagged products as they are packaged and then transported into zones.
The use of NFC technology is becoming increasingly common on buses and subways around the world, especially through smartphones.
The Internet of Things is helping the oil industry monitor the movement of crude oil and its products, even from remote locations.
Technologies based on the 3.5 GHz band, dubbed OnGo by the CBRS Alliance, enable interference-free LTE services for Internet of Things deployments.
A report prepared by the BR-500 Consortium, with support from BNDES, proposes to standardize toll collection via RFID tags.
Educational sessions being offered on Apr. 2, in cooperation with the International Air Transport Association, will help airlines to deploy RFID in the most cost-effective way possible.
RFID and Internt of Things technologies are improving rapidly to increase and expand connected device capabilities.
As the Industrial Internet of Things steps out of the shadows and sheds the chains that have kept data from being holistically actionable, we're seeing the beginning of a new commercial asset-management paradigm.
The U.K. company is offering its Smartie tags and iSite readers, along with apps and software to manage deployments that can combine Bluetooth beacons with EPC and NFC passive RFID tags.