The company’s Project Hexagon will include pilots at customer sites that capture and leverage tag data to track carbon impact in real time and analyze it.
December 11, 2022
Environmental IoT for Low Infrastructure Visibility Participates in COP27 Pilot Project with Israeli Representatives, Plans to Measure Carbon Footprint Identiv Orders 25 Million Labels Technology company Wiliot is driving a sustainability effort based on the so-called Environmental IoT, which has been awarded Recognized by the Government of Israel. The company’s passive Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) tags enable businesses to capture data about goods and assets moving through the supply chain…
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