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2009-02-20 09:18:27 AM

> Regarding the RFID tag implementation for the Texas A&M
> University Corps of Cadets:
>
> Sadly, the Omnino2 system failed so spectacularly during
> Freshman check-in that the new RFID system was set aside.
> The software proved so laggy and difficult to identify
> items that the lines were delayed almost 2 hours before the
> legacy tracking system (Oracle and MS SQL based, not written
> as claimed in the original article) was restored. The lines
> were caught back up in 45 minutes' time once the Omnino2
> system was turned off.
>
> The RFID tags have also proven difficult to obtain through
> the vendors selected for this project, causing delays in
> basic operations, while the tag-pockets are fraying and
> releasing the laundry-style SYSTAG tags in some cases.
> Solutions are being sought for these issues while
> alternatives are being examined for a replacement to the
> Omnino2 failure.

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