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AeroScout's Wi-Fi Active RFID Tag - Improved! - SecureIDNews
AeroScout beefed up its active Wi-fi-based RFID tag - the AeroScout T2 - with cool, new features.
Among the neat-o enhancements, announced via a company press release: a built-in temperature monitor and motion sensors for asset-management capabilities.
The motion sensor provides transmission control based on the movement of the tag, improving real-time location accuracy in most customer...
Active RFID Tag: AeroScout Enhances Industry's Leading Wi ...
AeroScout, Inc., the leading provider of Wi-Fi-based Active RFID visibility solutions, today announced several enhanced features and capabilities for its AeroScout T2 Tag which are unique and unparalleled in the market. The T2 tag is the industry's leading Wi-Fi-based Active RFID tag for asset tracking and management, with tens of thousands of units being shipped each month to customers around...
When RFID merges with Wi-Fi | Computerworld
When RFID merges with Wi-Fi
The combination leads to paperless, all-digital hospital
By Bert Latamore
Computerworld | Oct 5, 2007 1:00 AM PT
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