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RFID Network Features SimplyRFID Low-Cost "Sting" Kit - Limited Quantity
The RFID Network visited SimplyRFID’s facility in northern Virginia to see a demonstration of NOX - an Intelligent Perimeter Defense system, deployed by the FBI. NOX uses overt and covert Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to track.
SimplyRFID is introducing a low-cost “sting” kit to allow companies to protect their assets from theft. The sting kit includes an RFID reader, a set of RFID tags, a monitoring video camera, and a dedicated pc with software to provide theft monitoring. By applying the tags to important assets, companies can set off alerts and reports when the assets are taken through a doorway. Customers also find that sting kits work well to monitor stairways, break rooms, and back door exits to prevent theft.
The RFID Network interviewer, Louis Sirico, comments: “ The system uses video surveillance cameras mounted in obvious locations and others that are hidden. I was surprised to learn that security personnel no longer need to sit and watch the video monitors; the RFID tags provide a far superior means of triggering alerts. A tag read in a particular location automatically triggers video recording and sends an instant alert to the security personnel's mobile devices. In the demonstration, an Android mobile phone received a message that linked to high definition photo of a theft in progress.”
The specially priced sting kits are only available through the RFID Network. To watch the full TV show on demand, or learn more about the limited time offer sting kits, visit the RFID Network here:
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