Companies benefiting from ultra-wideband RTLS solutions are focusing on power management of personnel badges, minimizing anchor or reader infrastructure, and dedicating employees to oversee the system's operation.
For approximately $10 a month, companies can employ Link Labs' SuperTag Hub to track the conditions and locations of goods moving through and between facilities, or to and from worksites.
Stores are deploying technology from Sensormatic Solutions and Impinj to identify any products being removed, with alerting and analytics to prevent theft in real time or through merchandising strategies.
The company's latest product is designed to address a common problem with asset tracking: the need to replace batteries when they run out of power.
Fagron Sterile Services provides automated data access regarding single-use products to help hospitals adopt RFID for visibility, and facilities can receive items already tagged for onsite use.
Under Armour boosts efficiency chain-wide via RFID; Semtech intros LoRaWAN integration for Arson Metering solution; Renesas develops new write technologies for IoT applications; MicroAI software protects IoT devices from cybersecurity attacks; Dell, Litmus partner on IoT-based smart manufacturing solution.
Based on input from more than 500 apparel retail decision-makers, the report examines the impacts of COVID-19 on the industry, as well as the current sentiment regarding growth prospects and the challenges in bouncing back.
Sekisui Aerospace Corp. is leveraging a solution from Xemelgo to capture automated data about the status and use of its plaster mandrel tools for building aircraft components, thereby improving efficiency and moving toward a paperless factory.
Nedap announces cloud-based RFID loss-prevention system; Semtech, SAS Institute collaborate on IoT solutions for North Carolina town; Memfault, Alif Semiconductor partner on processors for IoT developers; CenTrak acquires healthcare RTLS company Infinite Leap; Loftware adds new RFID drivers to labeling software; Cupix updates its 3D digital-twin platform for construction.
The Amsterdam-based fashion retailer has gained greater inventory visibility, enabling it to fulfill omnichannel purchases throughout Europe and North America.