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Intel shows how IoT can protect food supply chain

The IoT can help reduce food supply waste and theft and combat foodborne illnesses, according to Laura Rumbel (pictured), a director in Intel's IoT group.
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IBM blockchain lets Farmer Connect trace coffee supply chain

At last week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Farmer Connect and IBM announced a consumer mobile application that lets coffee drinkers trace their coffee to understand its quality and origin, and even support the farmer who grew the beans.
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Trimble acquires Kuebix to gain TMS

Trimble is to acquire privately-held Kuebix, a Massachusetts-based transportation management system (TMS) provider and creator of North America's largest connected shipping community.
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Semtech, Wilhelmsen and TTI put LoRa on ships

Semtech, Wilhelmsen and The Things Industries (TTI) aim to transform the maritime industry with LoRa-based connectivity.
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Körber acquires Otimis to expand in Latin America

The logistics division of Germany’s Körber Group has acquired a majority stake in Brazil-based Otimis, a supply chain management software and consulting company that specialises in warehousing and logistics operations.
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Ark RFID provides asset management for small firms

Ark Business Systems has launched an RFID cloud-based asset management system that helps smaller businesses save time and money keeping track of their equipment and materials.
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Plextek puts micro radar on Griff heavy lifting drones

UK engineering and design consultancy Plextek is putting micro radars and sensors on Norwegian unmanned aerial systems (UAS) specialist Griff’s heavy lifting drones.
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SiLabs and Quuppa develop Bluetooth LE indoor asset tracking

Texas electronics company Silicon Labs is working with Finland-based locations systems specialist Quuppa to deliver highly accurate indoor asset tracking based on the Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) direction finding feature with angle-of-arrival (AoA) technology.
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