Internet of Things technologies like RFID and NFC have been used in a variety of innovative ways, from tracking personnel to managing retail returns, and even in a unique paper-based piano.
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.
Austria’s Prelonic Technologies combined a Near Field Communication chip and printed electronics to create a paper-based piano that can be played on a smartphone.
Barcelona-based shoemaker Viscata is working with Newmine to offset the impact of recent challenges by reducing the amount of product that ends up being returned.
In 1987, an episode of BBC program Tomorrow’s World extrapolated which technologies people would be using in the 21st century—and it was surprisingly accurate.
Business owners need to embrace Near Field Communication and other technologies enabling contactless payments. Here’s why.
In partnership with Cucabytech, iTAG is opening its Portuguese branch to provide radio frequency identification business solutions to European Union customers.
RFID Journal’s 20th annual conference and exhibition will be held on May 17-19, in Las Vegas; the world’s largest RFID event will feature 15 educational conference tracks and an exhibit hall with 150 solution providers from around the world.
Culvert IoT offers location-aware solution for industrial workplaces; Lacuna Space, Semtech expand LoRaWAN coverage via IoT satellites; MultiTech Systems unveils LoRaWAN sensors; FloLIVE, Paragon ID secures ARC certification; Wiliot launches retail IoT starter kit; Luner announces IoT SIM for developers, SMEs.