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in RFID Journal on Feb 01, 2018
NXP TagWriter is a general NFC reader/writer application that is highly recommended and available on Google Play App store. It only has a few main features such as reading, writing, erasing, and protecting tags which makes it easy-to-use and understand even for first-time NFC users. An interesting feature on this app is the amount of options it gives you when writing a tag.
in RFID News on Feb 01, 2018
In order to offer Internet of Things connectivity in Brazil, T-Systems has become a mobile virtual network operator.
in RFID Journal on Jan 31, 2018
Because UHF RFID has progressed so much since its inception, readers are able to read, on average, about 700 tags per second and interpret the data. This faster, highly efficient RFID tag read rate makes it possible for mass reading applications to emerge in several industries, most prominently in supply chain management.
in RFID News on Jan 31, 2018
The Jooki, from MuuseLabs, is intended to allow children to listen to their favorite music, without the added distractions of a smartphone or tablet, by placing an NFC-tagged figurine on a speaker equipped with a reader and a Wi-Fi connection.
in RFID Journal on Jan 30, 2018
Even though RFID antennas are not the brains of an RFID system, they are still complex devices that can hinder or benefit an RFID system depending on the application and chosen antenna. For instance, choosing the wrong antenna for a certain application could result in inches of read range instead of feet. Besides the basic guidelines for choosing an antenna like gain and polarization, other factors exist that could take a system’s read range and results to the next level. Beamwidth and directionality are two core principles to grasp in order to make a more informed purchasing decision.
in RFID News on Jan 30, 2018
With this initiative, the company seeks to encourage the use of new technologies aimed at the Internet of Things, automation and interactivity.
in RFID Journal on Jan 29, 2018
The purpose of Internet of Things, (IoT) is to develop a smarter environment, and a simplified life-style by saving time, energy, and money. Through this technology, the expenses in different industries can be reduced.
in RFID News on Jan 29, 2018
UNTUCKit is piloting RFID technology to track the movements of its "try-on" shirts into dressing rooms, and is comparing that information to sales and traffic data in order to understand which shirts draw customers' interest, how well they fit and, ultimately, whether that leads to sales.
in RFID Tutorials on Jan 26, 2018
During a trade show, you will meet hundreds of people, take down dozens of names, and hope to come away with a few viable leads. Without any technology involved, a booth manned by one person can limit the benefits of going to the trade show in the first place. Using RFID to track all conference attendees and the booths they visited on the show floor can increase leads and information to help promote your company post-show.
in RFID News on Jan 26, 2018
Let's consider the Internet of Things and predictive maintenance—and why every service company needs them.
on Jan 25, 2018
A car drives on the lot at a car dealership and immediately that car’s information, history, customer preferences, and almost anything else a dealership desires to see displays on the service manager’s screen. Too good to be true? Well, this is happening today in cities all around the world.
in RFID News on Jan 25, 2018
A waste-management firm and a high-value goods logistics provider are piloting a solution from Barcoding Inc., using CalAmp sensor devices and tags as well as software to capture and manage data about goods—even when they are in transit—via a combination of cellular, Wi-Fi, BLE and other technologies.
in RFID Basics on Jan 24, 2018
1. Holt-Cat Tracking for Tool Maintenance
Problem: Holt-Cat’s Machine Division is in charge of maintaining tens of thousands of tools ranging in price from a few dollars up to $18,000. With 16 separate facilities in the state of Texas, the movement of these tools without proper tracking was resulting in loss of money and employee productivity.
in RFID News on Jan 24, 2018
Extronics' new safety badge, which combines active Wi-Fi RFID and passive HF RFID technologies, will allow oil and gas workers at a Southeast Asia refinery to gain site access, as well as have their location tracked, without requiring them to carry multiple devices.