Has RFID Journal ever written about such an application?
To my knowledge, we have written about only one court employing radio frequency identification to track files. The Florida Office of the State Attorney’s 15th Judicial Circuit is using passive RFID tags integrated with a real-time location system (RTLS) to track the thousands of felony case files that the court system processes annually (see Florida Prosecutor Uses RFID to Track Files in Real Tim and Florida Court Ups Its RFID System).
There is a company called FileTrail that offers an RFID-enabled document-management solution. That would be a good place to start. Other firms, such as 3M, offer file-tracking solutions. In addition, we’ve written about a number of law firms tracking files. Here are a few of those articles:
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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