Introducing additional hardware to measure patient motion allows for fast and accurate prospective motion correction that has minimal or no impact on the imaging pulse sequence. This does however entail additional setup that in some cases may be challenging to translate into a dynamic clinical setting. In this work we explore the use of an intelligent marker - a Wireless Radiofrequency-triggered Acquisition Device (WRAD) - for prospective motion correction. This new approach incorporates all additional hardware (besides a wireless receiver) into the marker that is attached to the subject. Initial results show improved image quality without scanner specific calibration.