AXCESS Introduces Wireless Tracking and Detection System

Release date: 2006-11-20

AXCESS launches wireless tracking and detection single-chip system According to reports, axcess international recently announced that the company has developed a successful wireless tracking and detection technology, named enterprise dot (enterprise asset precision positioning technology).
It is understood that this is a single-chip system, the world's lowest cost, smallest size multi-function chip, which can visually track and manage assets in and around the enterprise. The precision positioning technology dot can receive and process real-time information, greatly improving supply chain visibility, mobile asset management, tangible asset security, access control management and industrial environmental monitoring. The low cost of this chip and its ability to work with existing supply chain infrastructures make users willing to invest and have a return on investment in the short term. Industry analyst firm Forrester Research predicts that the market share of rfid and the sensor industry will reach $11.6 billion in 2012.
Axcess's first batch of new technology products can be software-set, micro-battery-powered dot-oem modules, which are mainly supplied to product manufacturers. Because of their small size, they can be easily implanted into various valuables such as computers. Test instruments, medical equipment, and credit cards, pallets, etc. The size of this module is priced at $5 each, and is available in 2007.
According to reports, axcess international is a major supplier of rfid systems. Shanghai Medical Device Industry Association

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