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Advanced ID Reels in Big Fish Tagging Contract
Advanced ID Corporation has landed a contract valued at $135,000 to RFID tag fish in Canada's Atlantic waters.
Jan 04, 2005—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
January 4, 2005—Those who thought that livestock tagging was RFID's sole animal tracking application will be surprised that Calgary, Alberta-based Advanced ID Corporation has landed a contract from the province of Newfoundland and the University of Prince Edward Island valued at $135,000 to RFID tag fish in Canada's Atlantic waters. The company is working aggressively to establish a leadership position in RFID-based animal identification and tracking. It currently has poultry-tracking projects in Asia and livestock-tracking projects in South America underway.
Here's the announcement of the contract
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