Sunday, 24 January 2021

Arm’s ‘Project Triffid’ could impact billions of IoT devices

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Tuesday 24 November 20

Similar to radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags, new ‘Triffid Tags’ could be a game-changer for the IoT, particularly in the fields of food production and transport

For many years now, RFID tags have been embedded into things like credit cards and dog collars – tiny devices that store data only readable when passed over by a scanner.   But what if these tags could not only store data, but actually use it? Battery-less, computational devices that could be powered by a simple RFID scan &ndash…

For many years now, RFID tags have been embedded into things like credit cards and dog collars – tiny devices that store data only readable when passed over by a scanner.   But what if these tags could not only store data, but actually use it? Battery-less, computational devices that could be powered by a simple RFID scan &ndash…

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