ROCHESTER, N.Y., Sept. 24 / -- Rochester Institute of Technology (www.rit.edu) has deployed Reltronics Technologies' (www.reltronicstech.com) SmartInstrument(TM) and the ReALTrack-AMS, the asset management system based upon Reltronics Technologies' ReALTrack framework for tracking equipment in their laboratories. To further the partnership, Reltronics Technologies has announced collaboration with RIT. RIT is known for their innovative applied research. Reltronics Technologies (www.reltronicstech.com) has several divisions and is known for their versatile RFID middleware and sensor integration solutions including edge server appliances (such as the SmartInstrument), inbound and outbound 24/7 customer hotline services, IT application development, business and knowledge process outsourcing services, and expert panel presentations in key RFID events. They are assisting numerous companies with managed and outsourced services as well.
"The decision to go for Reltronics Technologies was due to their depth of understanding in the RFID arena and their simultaneous support of multiple RFID technologies, active and passive. They have been methodical in their approach towards deploying convergent radio frequency identification (RFID) systems which dynamically track assets and their 24/7 technical support is becoming a benchmark in the industry. Also, they have several deployments in universities and their assistance to universities is commendable. We are already looking at further expanding our RFID capability in partnership with Reltronics Technologies." said Professor Chance Glenn of RIT. "The selection of Reltronics Technologies by RIT for deploying an RFID system fortifies Reltronics Technologies' position in the RFID middleware world and in asset management. We have deployed several systems in universities worldwide and this is another example of our technology at work. We continuously support system integrators and solution providers with our 24/7 hotline support as well." said Dr. Sanjay Ahuja, President & CEO of Reltronics Technologies.
The collaboration benefits RIT and Reltronics Technologies on multiple fronts including project development, student educational and internship opportunities, RFID laboratory/ competency development, co-development of RFID standards, and co-authoring on federal proposals and grants. RFID collaboration will be mutual and will exercise the experience of Dr. Chance Glenn at RIT and Dr. Sanjay Ahuja at Reltronics Technologies.
Since active and passive systems, both communicating with the SmartInstrument(TM), have now been successfully deployed and tested, RIT is looking forward to have access to the elaborate applications offered by Reltronics Technologies in automating asset, record, and inventory management, identifying drug pedigrees, etc. For further information, email: email@example.com, visit www.reltronicstech.com, or call +1(877) 283- 7826.
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