HID Global contactless transponders play an important role in wireless identification, recording and offering data rapidly and accurately. RFID-enabled systems enhance industrial processes, improve accuracy and increase productivity. For LF, HF and UHF, HID also offers a broad variety of standard RFID tags. In addition, HID Global engineering features and manufacturing skills facilitate the development of custom transponders for virtually any application.
Recently, the company announced that its industry and logistics radio frequency identification (RFID) tag (News - Alert) solution along with HID Global readers have been deployed by the AMCS Group. With this, AMCS is looking to assist its customers in enhancing their waste management processes and reduce expenses.
HID Global partnered with the AMCS Group to come up with a solution that offered their users with state of the art technology. According to the company, this technology was combined with a solution that successfully caters to the waste collection industry's challenges to enhance efficiency, reduce expenses, improve customer service and retention, and increase the bottom line.
The AMCS Group was looking for a dependable and durable RFID technology. With this, the company can now provide real-time tracking to make sure accountability for services offered and quick resolution for bin loss or damage.
“We continue to partner closely with AMCS, learning and identifying new opportunities to revolutionize the waste and recycling industry," said Colin Thorne, EMEA sales director for Identification Technologies with HID Global. "We strive to maintain a true advisory role and supply options tailored to every customer's need.”
Recently, through its networked access controllers, contactless smart cards and readers, the company won the Anhui Wantong Expressway Building. With advanced access control level settings and centralized, real-time monitoring for every access point, these solutions will offer multi-layered security. Area control and safety management for emergency evacuations is also enabled through HID Global’s new access control system. HID Global's networked access control solutions for this project consisted of VertX V1000 network controllers.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman