Internet of Things technologies are enjoying widespread adoption, including radio frequency identification, Near Field Communication, LoRaWAN and more, with Walmart, ski resorts and other businesses taking advantage of the benefits such solutions offer.
The La Clusaz resort, located in the French Alps, is managing data regarding its operations, from ski lift usage to the conditions in its restaurant refrigerators, with a solution provided by Adeunis, using Kerlink LoRaWAN gateways and API-K sensors.
The general merchandise giant is using the technology to manage apparel inventory, while issuing a mandate that its home products suppliers provide tagged goods by September 2022.
The RFID company will leverage Sumzed’s in-store digital experience system as part of its Clarity item-level tracking solution as it seeks to address retailers’ demand for such technology.
ELATEC’s electric vehicle station customers have witnessed exponential growth in the last two years as charging stations have proliferated, many demanding the low maintenance and ease of use offered by NFC and RFID technologies.
Ongoing disruptions highlight the problems with long, complex supply chains, but technology could enable companies to make goods closer to their markets.
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LoRa Alliance expands LoRaWAN certification test tool capabilities; Identiv offers on-metal UHF RFID labels; Kerlink, CITiLIGHT collaborate on LoRaWAN street lighting;
TSC Printronix Auto ID unveils onsite servicing for industrial printers; Atmosic receives funding for energy-harvesting Bluetooth 5.3 SoCs.
The three companies have developed a solution based on Sony’s Altair cellular Internet of Things chipset, with an iSIM powered by Kigen’s iSIM OS and embedded with floLIVE’s global connectivity.