Rolling Out the RFID Carpet for Inventory Efficiency Sensors on rugs, bobbins, and manufacturing floors are helping carpet manufacturers prevent theft, speed production times, and reduce costs. With real-time data, sensors and IoT technologies make sure that no one pulls the rug out from under an industry expected to reach $112 billion globally by 2022.
IoT Solutions Aim to Support Urgent Retail Industry Needs As the holiday season ramps up, retail stores prepare for a pandemic-safe return to in-person shopping. Prioritizing consumer safety and inventory management will result in satisfied customers this season.
Companies Turn to Wearable IoT Technology to Safeguard Workers Wearable technologies provide companies with an easy way to ensure social distancing, prevent group clustering, and provide contact tracing as employees return to the workplace. New technologies are flexible enough to work in the factory, office, or in the field.
The Future Workspace: Safe Office Social Distancing As some states begin to lift lockdown restrictions, companies gear up to open their offices in ways that ensure employee safety and social distancing requirements. Businesses are tapping into an array of IoT technologies—many using employee cell phones—to create work environments that reduce touchpoints and limit the likelihood of an outbreak among staff.
Digital Kiosks Bring Connectivity, Communications, and Security to Dense Urban Areas CityBeacon kiosks use Intel® IoT capabilities to bridge the digital and physical worlds, giving citizens interactive access to a host of dynamic community information and enabling city leaders to create safer public spaces.