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Atlas RFID Announces Open API, Oracle P6 Integration
Atlas RFID has announced the release of an open API for track-and-trace and field mobility within its Jovix material-readiness software. Jovix can now communicate with any system used on industrial construction projects, to pass critical information about material location and status to applications stakeholders. This allows projects to benefit from critical information about materials in the format and application that best meet their needs.
In addition, Atlas RFID has built in a new scheduling entity in Jovix, including connectors to Oracle's P6 scheduling application. Real-time material location, along with status information, allows companies to monitor construction progress. According to the firm, materials account for 50 to 60 percent of project costs and control as much as 80 percent of the schedule.
"At Atlas, we know that each project has their own quiver of tools used to manage all that happens on a project. Many of these systems are proprietary to major players in the industry, while others are more ubiquitous across projects," said Daniel Bennion, Atlas RFID's VP of product management, in a prepared statement. "In a material readiness solution, a system is needed that can communicate to, and receive information from, the applications you use already. The easiest way to enable this communication is through a public API that can be accessed by any third party."
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