RFID enabled mixed order builder, pharmaceutical client under NDA, teaming with Unisys Corporation
Designed, developed and constructed a mixed pallet builder on a motorized pallet jack. This system ensured proper quantity and type of items loaded on an order matched exactly to the order placed by the client prior to shipment. Through the use of this device, the client realized absolute order picking accuracy, real-time tracking of order status and real-time update of inventory in WMS. Technologies used include passive UHF, ruggedized vehicle mount computing, 802.11b wireless networking, and sensory input/output device integration.
RFID product support laboratory, Loftware, Inc. Portsmouth, NH
Designed and developed an RFID laboratory that will provide the client an environment in which they can teach RFID technology and demonstrate the same. Technologies include passive and active UHF, passive LF, active 2.45 GHz, and integrated biometric security devices and triggering devices.
RFID Discovery Lab, Newham, UK
Designed, developed and are actively constructing an RFID laboratory that will provide the client an environment in which they can teach RFID technology and demonstrate the same. Technologies include passive and active UHF, passive LF, active 2.45 GHz, and integrated biometric security devices and triggering devices.
Portal Reality Check, Lackawana Logistics
Designed, developed and delivered a system that will dramatically reduce the amount of time required to verify a successful install of an RFID enabled portal. Technologies used include passive UHF.
Shoe Tracking Pilot, Brunswick Bowling
Designed and developed a RFID based shoe tracking center in the rental arena for world’s leading bowling center operator. Proof of concept was developed, database determined and field trial conducted.
Omron 750 reader driver for BizTalk Server
Develop device driver for a new Omron RFID reader model V750 to interface with Microsoft BizTalk Server.
UHF and HF handheld readers for Los Alamos National Lab
Supplied Ultra High Frequency (UHF) and High Frequency (HF) handheld (mobile) readers for a tape tracking project.