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Vaccine supply companies, schools, quick-serve restaurants and others are utilizing RFID and the Internet of Things. Here are RFID Journal’s story highlights from the past week.

1.IoT Companies Track Goods Aimed at COVID-19 Treatment, Vaccinations

Mezzanine, Controlant and other firms are leveraging Vodafone’s Internet of Things networks to bring visibility to vaccines, gloves, syringes and more as they travel to healthcare workers worldwide.

2. RFID Brings Visibility to Quick-Serve Restaurants and Stores.

A new Mojix solution provides a view into food supply chains in order to improve safety, reduce waste and boost operational efficiency.

3. Florida Education Department Awards IoT Technology for School Safety

Centegix’s CrisisAlert is one of the recommended vendors for state schools to meet Alyssa’s Law, enabling school personnel to press a wearable device when emergency help is needed, such as in the case of an active shooter.

4. Ion Television Spotlights RFID and Barcode Company Barcom

An upcoming episode of the network’s ‘World’s Greatest’ TV series will highlight how the solution provider’s offerings help manufacturing and distribution companies address their inventory-tracking and warehouse-management challenges.

5. Getting a Read on Access Control

Some education and healthcare facilities are retrofitting their access-control systems, while the United States is still recovering from the pandemic.

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