EXTON, Pa., Nov. 14 -- WPCS International Incorporated (NASDAQ:WPCS), a leader in design-build engineering services for specialty communication systems and wireless infrastructure, has announced that, through its SECS subsidiary, it has completed the installation of a wireless network for inventory tracking for the Ports of Lake Charles, Louisiana and Pascagoula, Mississippi.
The network was designed and deployed for Gearbulk, a leader in international shipping and high quality transportation services for various industrial sectors. Headquartered in Tampa, Florida, Gearbulk operates the world's largest fleet of open hatch gantry craned vessels, specifically designed and equipped to transport products such as non-ferrous metals. The wireless inventory tracking system works in conjunction with hand-held units. The network is comprised of thirty wireless access points and associated hardware. The wireless inventory tracking system will allow Gearbulk and its port operations to track all products flowing in and out in real-time.
Tony Ankersmit, Senior Vice President of WPCS/SECS, commented, "The project for Gearbulk is an example of how we continue to develop innovative ideas in the deployment of wireless solutions that translate into increased productivity and cost savings for our customers. Here at WPCS, our design engineering team is always focused on customer needs."
About WPCS International Incorporated:
WPCS is a design-build engineering company that focuses on the implementation requirements of wireless technology. The company serves the specialty communication systems and wireless infrastructure sectors and provides services that include site design, technology integration, electrical contracting, construction and project management for corporations, government entities and educational institutions worldwide. For more information, please visit http://www.wpcs.com/
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