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MAR. 5, 2020 | FEATURED NEWS
Polk County Fire Rescue Saves $40,000 Monthly via RFID
UWB Enters Home With System to Track Pets, People
Energy Company Testing Passive RFID Equipment Sensor
Via Onda Announces New Reader and Tag Made in Brazil
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A Many Splendored Internet of Things
By Rich Handley
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Polk County Fire Rescue Saves $40,000 Monthly
via RFID

The Florida agency is eliminating its station storage for medicines with an RFID system that tracks its inventory of narcotic and non-narcotic drugs on each rescue vehicle in real time.
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UWB Enters Home With System That Tracks Pets,
People and Things

Several health-care and elder-care facilities are testing Wiser's Find-ly app and solution, and the company is demonstrating how the technology can track the movements of cats or a remote control in a household.
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Energy Company Testing Passive RFID Sensor
for Equipment

Once piloting is complete, the power company could opt to deploy Asygn's passive UHF RFID chips across the energy-generating machinery it operates around the United States and Asia.
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Via Onda Announces New Reader and Tag Made
in Brazil

The products will be presented at RFID Journal LIVE! 2020, to be held in Orlando, Fla., in April.
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RFID News Roundup
Avery Dennison acquires Smartrac RFID business, intros RFID blocking material; Confidex unveils RFID labels for high-volume logistics; Semtech creates LoRaWAN IoT network with Helium, offers new LoRa IoT solutions; Zebra Technologies partners with Portable Technology Solutions; Insight SiP releases RF module combining UWB, BLE.
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