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Report Calls RFID "Relatively Easy to Implement" in Field Test
A recent report gives high marks to the results of a field test ChevronTexaco conducted using RFID to track materials between warehouses and ocean-based oil platforms.
Oct 11, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
October 11, 2004—A recent report gives high marks to the results of a field test ChevronTexaco conducted using RFID to track materials between its land-based warehouses and ocean-based oil platforms. It notes that 100% of the 154 RFID-tagged items across thirteen total shipments were successfully identified. And while there were sometimes accuracy issues when reading RFID tags from the largely metal oil platforms, these problems could be circumvented by reorienting the tags.
Read the article at CSEmag.com
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