Wiliot’s IoT Pixel tagging technology aims to expand the Internet of Things to include everything from veggies and vaccines and transmit real-time, item-level information about their location, temperate, fill rate and carbon footprint. The Israel- based startup’s customers include some of the world’s largest retailers, apparel companies, furniture makers, logistics and pharmaceutical companies.
Steve Statler, a senior vice president at Wiliot, spoke to The Innovator from the Mobile World Congress industry conference in Las Vegas this week, where he forecast the future of an ambient-powered, 6G-enabled Massive IoT in a presentation titled “6G Ambient Computing Opportunity: Antidote to Supply Chain & Climate Crises?”, which was delivered with ABI Research and key 6G and IoT leaders.
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