Good Manners and Good Communication

2022-06-09T15:32:57+00:00April 28, 2022|Blog|

By Lars Thuring, Chair RAIN Alliance Developers Workgroup Successful communication is one of the cornerstones for all aspects of our lives, from our workspace to our private sphere. The explosion of social media is a measure of the importance of communication to us all. If you think about it, [...]

Of Hamburgers . . . and RAIN RFID IC Tags

2022-06-09T15:27:45+00:00April 12, 2022|Blog|

By Steve Halliday, President, RAIN Alliance In a few years, I predict we’ll have sold more RAIN RFID IC tags then McDonald’s Restaurants have sold hamburgers.  A bold proclamation, you think? I call it a meaty proposition. I found out that McDonald’s stopped counting hamburgers sold in 1994 and, now, [...]

E-Waste Disposal Regulations and RAIN RFID

2022-02-09T00:00:00+00:00February 9, 2022|Blog|

Authored by the RAIN Alliance Sustainability Workgroup The RAIN RFID Sustainability workgroup, founded in 2020, is proud to announce its second publication, E-Waste Disposal Regulations and RAIN RFID. This recently published whitepaper, set to be published in November 2021 seeks to create a foundational understanding of how e-waste associated with [...]

Establishing Grades for Pharmaceutical RFID Tag Performance

2022-01-26T00:00:00+00:00January 26, 2022|Blog|

Authored by the RAIN Alliance Healthcare Workgroup If you follow market trends, there is serious momentum towards the implementation of RAIN RFID (UHF RFID) in healthcare and pharmaceutical applications. Current applications of RAIN RFID in healthcare include asset tracking (beds, IV pumps, etc.), inventory management, and dispensing of medical devices, [...]

3 Things To Know About Augmented RAIN RFID with Passive Sensors

2021-11-10T00:00:00+00:00November 10, 2021|Blog|

Today’s IoT sensor deployments remain limited in size as active sensor solutions are not cost-effective for widespread distribution. Additionally, many use cases are incompatible with the presence of a battery, either due to its limited lifetime or the inherent recycling and disposal limitations. Sensor-enabled passive RAIN RFID tags eliminate such [...]

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