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26 May 2016
Zebra Technologies also sell a location tracking solution optimised for sports. They have partnered with the NFL, doing player tracking but also looking to tap into the viewing public as well, with tailored applications.
27 Jan 2014
Mobile phone indoor positioning systems create $10bn market
This article shares some of the research in the IDTechEx Research report IDTechEx report "Mobile Phone Indoor Positioning Systems (IPS) and Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS) 2014-2024".
14 Jan 2014
ZBD becomes Displaydata
ZBD has re-branded as Displaydata to reflect its transition to a complete digital display solutions provider that enables retailers to revolutionise the digital experience at the shelf-edge.
21 Oct 2008
Highlights from RFID Europe 2008
IDTechEx's leading RFID Europe 2008 event, staged in Cambridge, UK once again led the field delivering an excellent show for all attendees.
14 Aug 2008
Rapid Improvements in Real Time Locating Systems
One reason why the market for Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS) is growing rapidly to pass the billion dollar mark well within ten years is technology. It is improving rapidly, with new variants for the many new sub sectors of the market that are emerging.
21 Jan 2008
RFID takes off - big time
Zebra Technologies has recently bought several impressive RFID companies, putting over $200 million on the table. In different RFID sectors, Assa Abloy buys at least one RFID company every year. Inside Contactless has just raised $38 million to boost its effort on RFID enabled mobile phones with the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer Nokia leading the group of investors. Clearly RFID is taking off - big time.
16 Jan 2008
Review of RFID in 2007
In the build up to the annual IDTechEx RFID USA event in Boston this February and the latest IDTechEx RFID forecasts, Raghu Das reviews RFID progress in 2007.
6 Dec 2007
RFID is Poised for Change
The prosperous RFID business is on track to grow from about $5 billion in 2007 today to over $25 billion in 2017. Without collusion, most analysts agree to figures in that region and several of them see huge volumes of extremely low cost tags forming a part of the growth - even hundreds of billions in ten years from now. This seems to sit awkwardly with some press reporting that RFID retail initiatives have stalled. As one of those analysts, let IDTechEx explain.
12 Apr 2006
Extreme fragmentation of RFID supply
Extreme fragmentation of RFID supply is not what the users want, and IDTechEx believe that appropriate international acquisitions could gain massive competitive advantage.