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Zebra's Annual Survey Sees Growth in IoT Adoption
RTLS Alternative to Traditional RFID Vehicle Tracking
Watchmaker Brings NFC Payments to Its Smart Watches
LoRa Solution Offers Wireless View Into Soil Health
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Zebra's Annual Survey Sees Growth in IoT Adoption
The resulting white paper and infographic indicate that the number of Internet of Things deployments among the companies surveyed has doubled, while the majority of respondents say they are in the planning stages of IoT system adoption.
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RTLS Solution Offers Alternative to Traditional
RFID Vehicle Tracking

Cognosos, an Atlanta-based startup, offers a 400 MHz software-defined radio system to obtain location data about a vehicle within a car lot, typically with a single gateway on a site measuring a square mile, as well as a cloud-based server.
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Swedish Watchmaker Brings NFC Payments
to Its Smart Watches

Kronaby's Hybrid Smartwatch incorporates technologies from Fidesmo and STMicroelectronics that enable contactless payments, with access control and other functions slated for further use cases.
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LoRa Solution Offers Wireless View Into Soil Health
A handful of growers and other food companies are piloting a wireless sensor system from Teralytic that uses Semtech LoRaWAN chips built into sensor probes to capture and interpret data about a farm's soil conditions, including temperature, moisture and fertilizer levels.
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RFID News Roundup
CDO Technologies, Brady Corp. intro RFID asset-tracking system; Daily RFID unveils new fixed UHF RFID reader; Harris Corp. creates RF amplifiers using Nano Dimension 3D printer; FogHorn, Dell EMC OEM Solutions partner on Industrial IoT edge computer; CoreRFID buys out investor Coalfields Enterprise Fund.
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Stadium AB Improves Inventory Accuracy With RFID
Stadium AB has carried out an RFID pilot to manage fast rotations of products, ranging from kayaks to apparel and shoe laces. The technology has improved inventory accuracy to about 98 percent and provided workers with confidence in what inventory they have onsite. This video, recorded at RFID Journal LIVE! Europe, explains how improved inventory accuracy allows the firm to more easily adopt the omnichannel sales model.
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Speakers: Johan Stenström, Supply Chain, Stadium AB
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