North Carolina hospital looks to RadarFind to improve asset visibility
RFID Journal, February 11, 2008
Lumberton, NC-based Southeastern Regional Medical Center has contracted RadarFind to install an asset-tracking system that uses active RFID tags. The tags communicate with readers that plug into standard AC outlets and have a design that keeps both outlet sockets available for use by other devices. The hospital hopes the system can help it reduce its spending.
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