Sensor Patch

October, 2022

Digital ID Technologies and Connected products

Through these education seminars by our experts Franks Smits and Patrick Eichstaedt from the Wireless IOT Tomorrow Conference, find out more about how Digital ID Technologies can improve performance in the healthcare industry and how to unlock the power of connected products. Watch to dive into insights and perspectives on present-day RFID trends as well as customer success stories demonstrating how RFID has successfully been implemented. 

Franks Smits: How can Digital ID technologies improve performance in the entire healthcare system?



Patrick Eichstaedt: How do we unlock the power of connected products?



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