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Bowen, Atlas RFID Solutions partner for Midwest power project ••• FleetMind purchases patent covering electronic tracking of waste containers, including RFID ••• BlueCats, PLUS Location Systems unveil integrated RFID solutions ••• Industrial Internet Consortium announces manufacturing testbed, releases white paper ••• DNA selects Cisco Jasper to provide IoT connectivity ••• Paragon ID secures £2.2 million order to supply Oyster cards.
By Rich Handley
Apr 26, 2018

The following are news announcements made during the past week by the following organizations: Bowen, Atlas RFID Solutions; FleetMind, Casella Waste Systems; BlueCats, PLUS Location Systems; the Industrial Internet Consortium; DNA, Cisco Jasper; and Paragon ID.

Bowen, Atlas RFID Solutions Partner for Midwest Power Project

Atlas RFID Solutions, a provider of material-readiness solutions for the capital asset market, has announced that Bowen—an Indianapolis-based general contractor that serves large power and industrial clients, as well as private and municipal water and wastewater clients—will partner with Jovix for a power-generating station project in Kentucky.

Jovix utilizes hardware, software and mobile technology that allows clients to locate and manage critical construction materials. The Jovix solution will be used on the project for track and trace, full site materials management and preventative maintenance in five slated laydown yards. Additionally, Bowen will use Jovix data-collection capabilities to provide accurate documentation for turnover reports upon completion of the project. Throughout the duration of the eight-month project, an estimated 20,000 materials will be tracked.

"Atlas RFID is excited to be partnering with Bowen to bring a material readiness solution to the project," said Bobby Ball, Atlas RFID Solutions' COO, in a prepared statement. "Bowen is a thought-leading organization that views technology as a competitive advantage, and we look forward to working with them to deliver real savings through technology-enabled innovation initiatives on this project and future projects."

The custom Jovix implementation will include a combination of bar-code labels, passive tags, rugged field tablets and supporting professional services. A dedicated Atlas team will work closely with Bowen to implement the solution and ensure success throughout the project.

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