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SEPT. 26, 2019 | FEATURED NEWS
Ultra-wideband Brings Security to Grand Paris Express
Montreal Students Use NFC to Go Cashless at School Events
NFC Enables Helmets to Store and Share Health Data
Smartrac's Flexible On-Metal NFC Tags for Industry, Retail
IoT News Roundup

Editor's Note

Investors: Ask Retailers About Their RFID Strategy
By Mark Roberti
Inditex's outstanding first half was due, in part, to its use of radio frequency identification, which is why analysts should be asking more publicly traded retail companies about their use of the technology.
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Expert View

IoT Botnets: Fighting the Rise of the Robots
By Lee Stacey
With the Internet of Things continuing to grow and billions of IoT devices becoming pawns in unknown battles, it's important to consider a solution that enables a botnet-proof network.
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System Integrators Identify Easy-Install
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TOp NeWS
Ultra-wideband Brings Security to Grand
Paris Express

Approximately 400 workers are wearing Litum IoT UWB RFID tags to transmit their locations to underground receivers so that FS Tunnel software can identify where they are, while UWB emergency sensors enable personnel in tunnels to signal for help.
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Montreal Students Use NFC to Go Cashless
at School Events

HEC Montreal's student association has adopted a system from Connect&Go that enables students to create a prepaid account and then make deductions with an NFC-enabled ID card, thereby eliminating the time-consuming process of paying with cash or credit cards.
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NFC Enables Helmets to Store and Share
Health Data

POC Sports' new cycle and ski helmets will include a built-in Near Field Communication tag and an app to create a record of important health information that users can access via their smartphones in the event of an accident or other health emergency.
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Smartrac Intros Flexible On-Metal NFC Tags
for Industrial and Retail Sectors

The flexible, ferrite-based inlays and tags are suitable for multiple applications for which items with metallic surfaces need to be identified or interacted with.
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IoT News Roundup
Autodesk selects Sensera Systems to exhibit 3D Internet of Things positioning solution; Telensa joins Qualcomm accelerator program for smart-city applications; Avnet acquires IoT company Witekio; IoT firm Lutron Electronics joins Zigbee Alliance board of directors; Wireless Broadband Alliance, LoRa Alliance release IoT white paper.
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Stanford Children's Health Improves Inventory
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Stanford Children's Health is using RFID technology throughout the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. The 521,000-square-foot, five-floor facility, which connects to the original hospital, has 361 beds. The system has improved the accuracy and efficiency of inventory documentation during surgical and interventional procedures, and has enabled the facility to obtain real-time data on inventory levels and automated cycle counts.
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