DRMP has gained near-100 percent inventory visibility into its surveying equipment as items are used at remote locations and then returned to its multiple storage sites.
The solution, which is being tested at 15 sites, will eventually include 3,500 fixed readers, as well as handheld readers, to capture each railcar's data in accordance with GS1's UHF standards.
With LF antennas embedded in concrete at the Lower Granite Dam spillway, a solution developed by Biomark and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration is capturing the unique ID numbers of thousands of salmon and steelhead as they pass over the dam at speeds of up to 47 miles per hour.
Covenant Health System is building on a system from Tagnos that tracks temperature conditions and asset locations, with plans for deployment across all seven of its facilities.
Leonard Cheshire is using a solution from MyTAG to manage the servicing of 30,000 assets across 159 sites throughout the United Kingdom, ensuring that it meets safety standards, promptly addresses any problems and reduces the amount of time workers spend filling out paperwork.
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CenTrak's TruView system is designed to serve all levels of care for continuing care retirement communities, by locating residents anywhere at a facility, from golf courses to bedsides, when they need help, as well as collecting analytical data about the movements of residents and personnel.
The Texas-based store sells its products via an app, thanks to an RFID solution from Nedap, making it easier for active people to buy goods while on the run.
U.K.-based Atlas Composite Technologies has deployed a single solution to manage the production of its products from raw composite materials through freezing, thawing and autoclaving, while the same technology ensures the tools needed for these processes are available and in good working order.
The cellular-based sensor solution, provided by CNIguard and Plextek, enables the New York-based utility company to remotely monitor conditions under its manholes so it can detect problems before a power failure or a dangerous explosion can occur.