Madison, Wis.-based Terso Solutions introduced a UHF Gen 2 RFID medical cabinet Wednesday that manages inventory of high-value products like orthopedic supplies, cardiovascular products, reagents, Class II pharmaceuticals, specimens and bio-samples, as well as products that have environmental restrictions.
This storage system combines RFID, secure access control technologies and the Internet for item level inventory management. System hardware, software and services like technical support complete the package. Once the cabinet door is closed, the RFID system records the items that were removed and communicates the information back to the hosted database.
Are you working with DDR4? Interested in NVDIMMs? Designing at 100 Gbps? Wishing you knew more about data acquisition modes? Well, here are summaries of some systems design articles regarding memory that were published across the UBM Tech network this month.
People talk about the significant reduction in automotive insurance rates (if you drive a self-driving car, that is) and how it will add momentum to autonomy. Is the assumption correct? I popped the question to the insurance industry.
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