East Midlands designed health sensor could be a lifesaver for miners
A chance discussion between a Professor at The University of Nottingham and the managing director of a Derby company has resulted in the development of a revolutionary new technology which could help save lives in the mining ...
Never forget keys or phone ever again: Intelligent system keeps track of your items
RFID tags are becoming ubiquitous, shops, warehouses, libraries and others use them for stock and inventory control and to reduce the risk of theft. Now, a team in Dubai has developed the concept of an IPURSE, a mobile platform ...
Computer scientists develop smart, less obtrusive tracking system
(PhysOrg.com) -- Researchers at the University at Buffalo and Amrita University in India have developed the framework for a smart environment that can track people's whereabouts without the use of invasive technologies such ...
Cool! Researchers find way to use HVAC ducts for wireless monitoring technology
A new study by a team including a professor from North Carolina State University has found a way to implement wireless monitoring technology - with uses ranging from climate control to health and safety applications - by ...
NXP chips Provide Unparalleled Performance and Features for RFID Systems
(PhysOrg.com) -- New UCODE G2iL series deliver leading edge read ranges, unique anti-tampering and privacy protection features.
RFID tags to boost transit worker safety
Trackside transit workers may soon be sporting RFID tags to improve their safety.
Students develop cane with e-tags to guide blind
(AP) -- A cane equipped with the technology that retailers use to tag merchandise could help blind people avoid obstacles.