HID Global Introduces RAIN UHF RFID and NFC Combo Tags that Track and Manage the Entire Journey of Steel Kegs and other Returnable Items

2020-10-23T00:00:00+00:00October 23, 2020|Applications, Asset Management, IoT, Member News, UHF RFID|

HID Global announced its new HID® Keg Tag family of RFID transponders that combine RAIN® RFID and NFC technologies into a single tag for advanced supply chain management of returnable transport items. The new HID Keg Tag is ideal for advanced supply chain, logistics, inventory management and improved customer engagement

Terso Solutions Releases Stratosphere; the Real-Time Inventory Management Platform

2020-07-24T00:00:00+00:00July 24, 2020|Applications, Asset Management, Healthcare, IoT, Member News, RAIN, UHF RFID|

Terso Solutions has announced the release of its inventory management web application, Stratosphere. While Terso's RFID devices serve to secure inventory and identify essential inventory information, Stratosphere ensures that data is accessible to end-users in the fields of medical device manufacturing and distribution. To read more, follow the link below

RFID for Social Distancing: TAGnology’s Clever Setup Prevents Crowding in Stores Without Using Employees as Gatekeepers

2020-05-13T00:00:00+00:00May 13, 2020|Applications, IoT, Member News, RAIN, Retail|

While communities around the world began to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, the people at TAGnology, an Austrian provider of contactless identification solutions, were hard at work creating a fully automated system that helps stores reopen while complying with guidelines for social distancing. To read more, follow the link below to

NFC vs. RFID vs. RAIN RFID: What’s the Difference?- BizTech Magazine

2020-01-29T00:00:00+00:00January 29, 2020|Applications, Asset Management, Aviation, Healthcare, IoT, Member News, RAIN, Retail, Success Stories, UHF RFID|

While NFC, RFID and RAIN RFID technology may be similar, they each have clear differences. Learn more about what technology is right for your business! When customers think of paying for their lunch with their phone or smartwatch, it seems like a relatively novel concept. Being able to make a