November 2006
Automotive Logistics;Nov/Dec2006, p12
The article reports on the contract awarded to Intellident by Honda of the UK Manufacturing Ltd. in Swindon to supply and manage the tracking of each of its 250,000 plastic containers and 100,000 metal cages across its European market. The UHF EPC Gen2 radio frequency identification system track and trace solution, which will run on the Intellident Vision software platform, allows Intellident to use a unique tag to meet the demands of high speed and high volume transactions.


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