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Known informally as the Father of the NFC Forum, Tagawa co-founded the standards organization in 2004 as a Sony representative and served as chair or vice-chair as technology development evolved and expanded.
Remote or transoceanic assets or cargo will be tracked anywhere around the globe by devices incorporating the company's LoRa Edge LR1120, via LoRaWAN, 2.4 GHz or satellite connectivity.
The solution offers fast schedule and status updates, with NFC tags being rolled out at 15,000 shelters throughout the Australian state.
Truck companies, construction firms and utilities are employing a Swanholm Technology solution to detect if workers are at risk or have fallen, and to issue alerts.
Kwick Power Rentals can capture an inventory count of the goods it ships and receives to and from customers within a matter of seconds, thereby improving accountability.
From marketing to fraud prevention, RFID can make better sense of the world around us, providing context and automating tedious tasks.
Spaceflight will put four Astrocast vessels featuring Internet of Things technologies into Earth orbit, under arrangement with NewSpace India.
Argonne Labs' Yung Liu has spent two decades developing and deploying RFID and IoT solutions to ensure the real-time management of nuclear waste, whether in storage or as it is being transported.
The global standard supports companies across the transport process, including sortation and first- and last-mile activities, enabling them to keep pace with customers' needs.