In the northern Glacial Sea, in north of Norway, there is a group of islands called Svalbard. The main grouping is the Spitsbergen, which includes 5 large islands and many islets with an area of about 61 thousand square kilometers, 60% of the territory is made of ice and only 10% is covered by vegetation.
A low cost tracking RFID reader of the size of a keyring allows the user to identify and track a specific object. The technology is quite simple to use: a tag (consisting of a microchip and an antenna) is placed on the object to be tracked and a reader is used to capture the data that can be transferred to either smartphones or PCs
Our new software development tools can be utilised on the following devices:
- BlueBerry LE HF;
- BlueBerry LE UHF;
- NFC Scanner;
- UHF Scanner
TERTIUM Technology RFID Readers can be connected through Bluetooth Low Energy to any device such as smartphone or tablet equipped with Bluetooth v4.0 or later (Bluetooth Smart) interface.
To interact with mentioned readers you need a specific application that can connect to a Bluetooth Smart Ready device and manage a bi-directional communication.
To speed up the work of the developers we have made public, on the GitHub website ( https://github.com/tertiumtechnology ), the API libraries to build and implement the app to interact with our RFID readers.
The API libraries are available for the two Android and iOS operating systems.
TERTIUM Technology also developed TERTIUM BLE RFID Test, the app demonstrate how to use the API libraries.
Moreover the App Test is available on Google Play and Apple Store.
A study conducted by Zebra has concluded that knowledge of the Internet of Things is increasing. According to this survey, which involved 908 companies, 57% of companies in the sample have a well-defined roadmap for the adoption of IoT solutions. However, only 36% have currently implemented IoT within the organization. The remaining 62% are expected to adopt connected technologies soon. Continue reading “The challenges that enterprises face with the IoT”
The Internet of Things (IoT) revolution has undoubtedly arrived and has now permeated all sectors. In the past year alone there were around 8.4 billion connected devices in the world. This number is expected to exceed 25 billion in 2020 (source: Gartner).
Florence’s Arno river embankment collapses.
This was one of the many articles which you could read on 25 May 2016.
We hear more and more often about Internet of Things, but what is it? What is the situation of the global market, and particularly the Italian one regarding new connected technologies?
Conad del Tirreno, operating with the signboards: E.Leclerc Conad, Conad Superstore, Conad, Conad City and Margherita, associates 212 business partners – 120 in Tuscany and La Spezia province, 40 in Lazio, 52 in Sardinia – in 2016, it has generated revenues of over 2.39 billion euros.
That 2017 was the year of the consolidation of IoT in the world is a fact, especially in light of the reports that were drawn up at the end of the year. To date, 85% of companies globally and 92% of Italian companies are interested in implementing IoT by 2019 to innovate their business and make it more efficient.