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Issue 01/2020

From healthcare to mining, RFID standards keep operations on track

Used to control inventory and track items in real time in logistics, retail and transportation, radio frequency identification (RFID) and barcode technologies improve inventory management, reduce checkout times in shops and improve safety.

Hospitals quickly locate equipment required for surgery to ensure it is clean, safe and ready for use. Intelligent sports balls can capture data which help players learn and improve their game, while companies in oil and gas, chemical, mining, construction and energy can enhance personnel safety, track assets and maintain equipment in harsh environments.

2019
Issue 01/2019

Keeping track of things with RFID

Agriculture, healthcare and retail are some of the industries that already benefit from radio frequency identification (RFID) tags.

RFID plays a key role in streamlining supply chain management applications, as the digitization of industries advances.

2017
Issue 08/2017

It’s anything but a dog’s life

Smart technology is changing how we interact with animals

Our lives, work, and the way we take care of our health continue to evolve. The internet of things (IoT) and smart technology have disrupted industries as diverse as agriculture, construction, healthcare and industrial automation. They are already having an impact on the pet industry and how we treat domesticated animals.

Issue 06/2017

Thirty years of ICT standardization

IoT subcommittee is the new kid on the block

The world has never been more connected and surrounded by ICT. Whether we realize it or not, many aspects of ISO/IEC JTC 1 work affect daily life. From a smart toothbrush, animal tracking collar and household appliances, to health monitoring wearables and smart systems in buildings and transport, the list is endless.