The United States Air Force Global Logistics Support Center has selected ODIN to monitor and maintain its entire network of passive RFID readers deployed in the continental U.S., Alaska and Hawaii, according to Military & Aerospace.
Covering a total of seven Air Force bases, one Navy base, – the Air Force began using RFID to improve business process ranging from tracking hazardous material to receiving goods from suppliers. ODIN’s responsibility will be to update firmware and determine proper configuration on nearly 150 passive RFID readers to keep performance optimized.
To complete the process ODIN will use its EasyMonitor RFID network-monitoring tool, which is built on a peer-to-peer architecture. It allows remote management of RFID devices from anywhere in the world.
Its software agent sits on the devices and integrates seamlessly into Tivoli, OpenView, Unnicenter and other network management systems.
The contract, including two option years, extends until January 2013.
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