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The Internet of Things continues to blur the lines between our physical and digital worlds, in which everything is connected and has the potential to transmit sensitive data. 


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Data and connected products and services are two sides of the same coin.

Lesson 1: Start from the problem or need you want to solve, not with the solution, by simply aiming to make your product connected.

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The demand for the labor force is great. The shortage of labor at the grass-roots level is not the beginning, but a bigger gap. More and more companies are trying to choose AI than people. The concept of "no one" is not a new topic.

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On the evening of February 25, 2018 local time, the twenty-third Winter Olympic Games held a closing ceremony in Pingchang, South Korea. As the host city of the next Winter Olympic Games, mayor Chen Jining took the Olympic five ring banner from International Olympic Committee chairman Bach, which represents the Winter Olympic Games entering Beijing time.

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KeyMe has retrofitted 111 of its kiosks with RFID functionality so that users with LF access cards and key fobs can print copies, while all future kiosks will come with the RFID technology built in.

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The GuardRFID active RFID solution is enabling Linder Industrial Machinery to automatically track when each asset arrives at one of its yards; where it is cleaned, maintained or stored; and when it is shipped back out to another customer.

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Launched in Europe, the Digital Drive solution helps with claims management and enables insurers to offer new services to vehicle owners.

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Santa Casa de Valinhos deployed an Internet of Things solution from Taggen RFID Solutions that facilitates the location of its equipment.


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The real-time location system company is providing beacons in its devices to enable hospitals to provide wayfinding services to visitors, while also selling standalone beacons for other industries.

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The system, from Zebra Technologies, used RFID tags on uniforms and in balls to capture data about the performance of each player, enabling fans and coaches to better understand what is happening on the field.

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The company's NEO electronic article surveillance antenna platform and UF-1 under-floor antenna enable a longer read range for a wide entrance, with the ability to read very small tags, and to be less visible, for high-value goods stores and boutiques.

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A national retailer is piloting Stealth Network Communications' new solution that leverages RFID reads on a handheld device, as well as augmented reality data, to provide wayfinding for associates as they seek products for omnichannel picking or for aiding shoppers, while management can remotely view the locations of tagged goods.

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The company's fingernail-sized MBN52832 module can collect sensor data and forward it wirelessly via BLE or NFC, enabling IoT applications with very small controls in lighting, health care, agriculture or other vertical markets.

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Managers of sports teams are being fired for not embracing data analytics. Are business managers next?

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