University Spinoff Links Materials Science, RFID for Temperature Detection

By Claire Swedberg

A sensing system from CleanTech & Beyond detects temperature rises, then creates an irreversible record for a passive UHF RFID or NFC label so it can transmit that information to a reader, even after the excursions take place.

Composite Material Serves as Sensor Temperature Reading for Logistics or Customer Engagement Seeking Technology Company Partners A marriage of materials science and RFID technology has led to an innovation in passive temperature detection from CleanTech & Beyond. The Thai technology startup has begun piloting a new product known as the Digital Temperature Indicator (DTI), a battery-free temperature-detection device that identifies and transmits...

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