The SICK RFU65x RFID sensor detects tags at long range, recording the direction in which objects are moving at the same time.
According to a new report from IDTechEx, the RFID sensor market will grow to US$980 million by 2027.
STMicroelectronics has announced that it has acquired ams’ assets related to its NFC and RFID reader business.
Balluff presents the BIS V processor which is designed to offer frequency-dependent use for the first time.
With the new Industrial Handheld Reader BVS HS-P Balluff has expanded their offering of optical identification.
In a world where technology is constantly evolving, savvy businesses must leverage new, intelligent technologies to gain a competitive advantage.
Turck is offering customers the TB-Q08, currently the smallest ISO15693 compliant RFID read/write head on the market with protection to IP67.
Technology assisting manufacturers looking to re-shore their operations to Australia. .
Western Australia has launched the world’s first code of practice for safe autonomous mining.
The code was approved earlier this week by WA mining minister Bill Marmion, and will now be gazetted.
Honeywell has introduced the PC42t, a thermal transfer desktop printer that is designed to meet the needs of a wide range of environments.
Zebra Technologies Corporation has launched Mobility DNA, a set of enterprise mobility software solutions that drive greater efficiencies and productivity for businesses, mobile workers and channel partners.
For many years, countless companies have traditionally thought of field service operations as simply part of the “cost of doing business.” And it was costly and fraught with problems.
China controls 85% of the world’s RFID manufacturing capacity as well as being a major exporter of tags.
Mobility is one trend that is growing from strength to strength, with businesses looking to mobile solutions to help field workers operate at their peak efficiency.
Turck Australia announces the Q80L800 HF read/write head, the latest addition to the company’s comprehensive RFID solutions portfolio.
Much has been written about Industry 4.0 being the next industrial revolution, but how many Australian manufacturers really understand the concept?