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October 2007
Red Herring;10/7/2007, Vol. 4 Issue 29, p38
Trade Publication
The article profiles Aeroscout, a provider of enterprise visibility solutions using WiFi wireless networks as an infrastructure. The company is based in San Mateo, California and was founded in 2000. Its chief executive officer (CEO) is Yuval Bar-Gil. It has combined Wi-Fi networks, active radio frequency identification (RFID) tags, and software to help businesses keep track of their inventory. The company has made its greatest inroads in healthcare and manufacturing, where assets and equipment are expensive or widely dispersed. About half of its customers are in North America, but the company wants to expand into markets in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.


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