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Intermec Wins First of Five Big RFID Government Contracts
Intermec has won the first of five contracts to be awarded by the U.S. federal government throughout 2005 as part of the Automatic Information Technology (AIT) RFID initiative.
Mar 10, 2005—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
March 10, 2005—Intermec has won the first of five contracts to be awarded by the U.S. federal government throughout 2005 as part of the Automatic Information Technology (AIT) RFID initiative. Winning this first bid means that Intermec will provide the government with UHF passive EPC Class 1 RFID tags. The remaining four contracts will be for RFID readers, printers, software, and services.
Intermec has a two-decade history of selling to the government. Last year, as part of the same AIT government initiative, the company landed a five-year contract to provide the government all manner of mobile computing and automatic identification products and services.
In other Intermec news (aside from the Symbol suit), Malaysia's The Star Online reports that the company is setting up an operation in the South Asian nation with an eye on the logistics, retail, and manufacturing sectors.
Here is the release on the gov contract win
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