Mojix

United States
2005
Private
< $10m
51 - 200
Open website
Mojix is a pioneer in the RFID and sensor networks space. We provide wide-area RFID systems, which are built on patented long-range location technology, real-time IoT software platform solutions and cloud and mobile development services for IoT applications.

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Mojix's primary focus is solving big data problems created by collecting large-scale amounts of data from various wireless and wired sources. They are innovators in fixed infrastructure sensor networks that collect, store, analyze and interconnect data from multiple source including RFID, GPS and other sensor devices.

Mojix IoT solutions provide big data scalability and feature highly configurable application frameworks and elegant user interfaces with advanced analytics, enabling end-to-end business intelligence and data visibility across multiple industries.
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Hardware
Hardware that enables dual directional communication for data collection and control message delivery. Examples include cellular, Ethernet, and Wi-Fi.
Sensors transform energy into electrical data; they are the eyes and ears of IoT. Actuators transform electrical data into energy; they are the muscle of IoT.
Hardware products that are used by end users that contain IoT technology.
Software
Platforms that facilitate and allow application developments for specific use cases and/or client requirements.
Services
Number of News Items2
RFID News Roundup - 2019-05-23 - Page 1 - RFID Journal
RFID Journal - 23 May, 2019
Referenced Companies: Zscaler, Atos, IBM, Zebra Technologies, Mojix
Keywords: Blockchain
Global Asset Tracking Market 2019-2024: Asset Tracking Market Growth will be Driven by AI and IoT Enabled Long Tail Enterprise Assets
PR Newswire - 15 Feb, 2019
Referenced Companies: BlackBerry, PTC ThingWorx, Ctrack, Telefonica, Mojix
Keywords: Blockchain, Fleet Management, Big Data, Edge Computing, Connected Assets
Number of Hardware2
STAR RFID Reader
STAR RFID Reader
Imagine what could be done with an RFID reader that:• Provided 100,000 times the receiver sensitivity of today’s UHF passive solutions — an unprecedented 50 dB.• Enabled genuine wide area coverage — up to 250,000 sq. feet with a single system — with no line-of-sight restrictions.• Delivered optimal performance despite natural interference, and, was one system that powers not only tag reads, but precision location detection, authentication and security plus electronic proof of delivery.• Provided high transaction density support for item level tracking and supported multiple simultaneous business processes.• Integrated seamlessly with enterprise systems.Developed by experts in deep space communications, the Mojix STAR (Space Time Array Reader) RFID reader delivers these advances and more to define a new universe of capabilities for passive RFID deployments.New digital signal processing techniques tap SPACETIMEThe technologies behind the Mojix STAR RFID reader include innovations in iterative signal processing, spacetime array techniques, smart antennas, digital beam forming, and digital packet radio breakthroughs. These technologies enable the system to detect very faint signals across vast distances in extremely noisy RF environments, and maximize the link budget to give the system its unprecedented indoor receiver sensitivity, accuracy and range.Unlike conventional RFID readers, the STAR reader processes signals in four dimensions — utilizing time, frequency, polarization and the fourth dimension of space in processing received signals from RFID tags.At the heart of a wide-area sensor networkUnprecedented read range, coupled with the low-cost Mojix exciters and advanced location algorithms, translates into the ability to accomplish something unprecedented—asset tracking and visibility—using low cost passive tags instead of more expensive and proprietary active tags. With the Mojix STAR RFID receiver, the economics of item-level tracking make sense. This opens up new realms of possibility, including presence detection, accurate location tracking across large areas, with security and authentication. Furthermore, one system can support multiple business processes in the same location and overlay onto an existing system with no conflictHigh Tag Read ReliabilityThe Mojix STAR reader provides exceptionally high read rates required to track thousands of inventory items and assets reliablyWide Coverage RangeA single STAR can cover a wide range of facilities from small retail boutiques to a large warehouse.Optimized Price/Performance RTLSThe Mojix system can be configured to match the location precision to the demands of business process from the lowest cost to the highest precision.Simple, Low-Cost ScalabilityCoverage can be extended at any time simply by adding more eNodes and antennas at the edge. This allows the Mojix STAR RFID reader to scale with the business.Enterprise ReadyThe Mojix system’s Master Controller (MCON) processes raw RFID data into industry standard ALE messages which are published to Mojix ViZix IoT Connected Business platform, or third-party software such as IBM WebSphere®, Oracle®, SAP® and a variety of warehouse management and logistics packages. System monitoring alerts can also be sent to health monitoring systems such as IBM Tivoli® Rugged The Mojix STAR reader’s ruggedized, weatherproof design ensures reliability in harsh indoor/outdoor physical environments, including environments with high condensation and wind conditions. The operating temperature range of -30 to +60 C is the highest in the industry, and the MTBF is a long 132K hours, or about 15 years.
STARflex RFID Reader
STARflex RFID Reader
The STARflex™ RFID reader combines the unmatched performance and location capabilities of the STAR receiver architecture with a highly flexible new interface design optimized for cost effective, easy-to-deploy solutions for enclosed environments such as real-time retail inventory tracking, ambulatory patient flow management and indoor asset tracking.HIGH PERFORMANCE HARDWARE DESIGN• Distributed excitation architecture scales efficiently to 48 antennas per reader• Dual receivers provide the highest sensitivity available in a 4-port reader• Compliant with EPC Gen2V2, ISO 18000-6c and ISO 18000-6c• TrueRTLS™ location precision when used with the Mojix RTLS MCON applianceFLEXIBLE SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE• RESTful API• JSON and MQTT payload options• js support• Support for local execution of user code via RESTful API or shell access (expert)• Automatic phone-home registration process speeds• Compatible with ViZix IoT platform solution• Easy automatic “phone-home” setup process out of the box
Number of Software2
Vizix
Vizix
Wireless sensor networks are optimized to monitor and process Big Data with ViZix IoT platform solutions
STARflex™ RFID Reader
STARflex™ RFID Reader
RFID reader provides high performance inventory tracking and analytics for retail, ambulatory healthcare and other complex environments.The STARflex™ RFID reader combines the unmatched performance and location capabilities of the STAR receiver architecture with a highly flexible new interface design optimized for cost effective, easy-to-deploy solutions for enclosed environments such as real-time retail inventory tracking, ambulatory patient flow management and indoor asset tracking.
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