Tyco Supports DoD's RFID Mandate

April 26, 2007
Tyco Electronics has introduced a trio of solutions for suppliers wanting to meet the United States Department of Defense's (DoD's) radio-frequency-identification (RFID) mandate. Each kit contains the hardware and software to allow companies to ...
Tyco Electronics has introduced a trio of solutions for suppliers wanting to meet the United 
States Department of Defense's (DoD's) radio-frequency-identification (RFID) mandate. Each kit 
contains the hardware and software to allow companies to evaluate and begin deploying a 
comprehensive RFID solution. In addition, each kit also includes extensive DoD compliance 
information including background, official policy, supplier implementation plan, passive tag data, 
supplier guide, references, and frequently asked questions. The kits include the DoD Mark-It with 
RFID-enabled printer, PrintEasy software, and 1000 ePC Class 1, Gen 2 tags; the DoD Track-It, 
with RFID reader/antenna system, RFID-enabled printer, PrintEasy software, and 1000 ePC Class 
1, Gen 2 tags; and the DoD Share-It, with DoD compliance software suite, RFID reader/antenna 
system, RFID-enabled printer, PrintEasy software, and 1000 ePC Class 1, and Gen 2 tags. 
According to Eric Freid, director global business development for RFID products at Tyco 
Electronics, "Our new compliance kits provide a multilevel solution to allow customers to 
implement RFID capabilities within their logistics chain. Along with the hardware and software, 
each kit's extensive compliance information will aid successful deployment."

Tyco Electronics (www.tycoelectronics.com)

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