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Postdoctoral fellow Ju Wang (centre) and Professor Omid Abari demonstrate the wireless keypad clicker they invented by hacking RFID sensors with tiny push-button switches.
Scientists found a way to create simple batteryless devices for the Internet of Things

November 14, 2018

There are certain electronic components that do not need a battery. They are various sensors that do not…
NASA International Space Station RFID Localization Challenge

October 21, 2018

NASA has an experimental Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tracking system onboard the International Space Station (ISS) that can provide…
US Company Offers Microchips for its Employees

July 28, 2017

A US snack machine manufacturer Three Square Market (or 32Market) will soon launch an initiative whereby its employees…
Trackable Smart Wallet

January 25, 2016

Ekster Wallets offer RFID blocking smart wallets with the fast card access with a click of the button and a…
Hive Intelligence: How Honey Bees Adjust to Catastrophic Loss

January 27, 2015

Scientists attached radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags to hundreds of individual honey bees and tracked them for several weeks.…
NIST Study ‘Makes the Case’ for RFID Forensic Evidence Management

December 5, 2014

Radio frequency identification (RFID) tags—devices that can transmit data over short distances to identify objects, animals or people—have…
New RFID technology helps robots find household objects

September 24, 2014

Mobile robots could be much more useful in homes, if they could locate people, places and objects. Today’s…
Fingerprints for freight items

September 2, 2014

Security is a top priority in air freight logistics but screening procedures can be very time consuming and…
New York City Tracks Firefighters to Scene with Radio Tags, Automated Display

August 27, 2014

On 15 of its vehicles, Fire Department New York (FDNY) now can automatically see which firefighters are nearby…
The Internet of medical things

June 4, 2014

Each year, more than a million people suffer from medication errors in the United States. In recent years,…
Catching (radio) waves

December 27, 2013

In 2000, five MIT Media Lab alumni co-founded ThingMagic to help bring radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology — wireless…
Getting a grip on inventory management using RF

September 3, 2013

From a cocktail dress for the next summer party, to favorite perfumes, or computer accessories. There is almost…
New System Gives Insight into Animals’ Feeding Habits

July 16, 2013

A new system that monitors livestock feeding behavior has been developed by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists. Agricultural engineers Tami…
Using RFID for fiber composites

July 2, 2013

Antennas that are capable of transmitting radio waves turn components into intelligent objects. Researchers have now found a…
Finding instead of searching

April 9, 2013

It is easy to lose track of things in large storage facilities but not at the wind turbine…
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