Active and passive RFID, linear and 2-D barcodes, and color image tagging and recognition technology team up with ScoringSystem.com’s web-based databank to provide worldwide traceback.
(PRWEB) March 19, 2004 -- Active and passive RFID, linear and 2-D barcodes,
and color image tagging and recognition technology team up with
ScoringSystem.com’s web-based databank to provide worldwide traceback. These
technologies can operate interchangeably in providing continuous information in
ScoringSystem’s databank, depending on the application. For the transport and
processing of a wide variety of perishable and non-perishable products,
ScoringSystem, Inc’s Site-Specific Recordkeeping™ system is able to identify,
manage, and organize multiple individual products within an automatic
identification and mobility platform. ScoringSystem’s implementation of these
technologies with its web-based databank covers all situations and applications,
from the producer through processing and all the way to the retailer and
ScoringSystem, Inc. was well represented at the AIM (Association for Automatic Identification and Mobility) Global RFID Conference held March 9 – 11, 2004 in Atlanta GA. The conference drew supplier company and end-user representatives interested in such subjects as animal identification and product transport, tracking, and traceability from around the world, and point-to-point communication using RFID and other available technologies.
The sponsoring organization, AIM, of which ScoringSystem is a participating member, conducted a series of meetings concerning the latest RF and barcoding technology and its applications, new identification standards and application case studies, and sessions featuring lively exchanges of viewpoints among the many participants on such issues as privacy protection, technology strengths and weaknesses, legislation and consumer reactions, and a number of other hot-button topics.
Of all the suppliers, end-users, and others attending this very important conference, ScoringSystem was the only databank company present – which was significant, considering the fact that the topics discussed paid little attention to the reason and use for the data being collected. Throughout the week, many important contacts were made with a number of global companies with interests in pursuing joint development projects with ScoringSystem in animal identification, container tracking, and other areas of mutual interest.
ScoringSystem, Inc. is located in Sarasota, Florida and specializes in providing solutions with mobile data. Whether a perishable commodity or sports player, www.ScoringSystem.com can make managing your data easier, and do it in an extremely cost effective manner.
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