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RFID gets active and smart

Aug 09, 2004This article was originally published by RFID Update.

August 9, 2004—A new system from WhereNet uses RFID to allow rental car companies and car processing centers to track their fleets. The system uses active RFID tags installed in each vehicle at the time of manufacture. RFID readers positioned around the premises of each installation interact with the tags, allowing administrators to monitor in real-time the location of each vehicle. The system's software is programmed with business rules that filter irrelevant data from data that should trigger an alert, thereby preventing an overwhelming flood of unnecessary information.

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