On October 30th, Adrian Segens, RedBite’s Chief Commercial Officer was one of the speakers at the Institute for Manufacturing (IfM) hosted CSIC Emerging Infrastructure Technologies Workshop on creating the building blocks of the Smart City.
The workshop, attended by 40 delegates from the civil engineering industry, focused on innovative technology used to automatically identify (AutoID) objects and people to streamline construction and asset management processes, thus creating a Smart City. Speakers included engineers from CrossRail, Laing O’Rourke and ATC, experts from the University of Cambridge AutoID Labs and RedBite Solutions. Adrian described how connecting AutoID and sensor devices directly to the cloud could enable engineers and the public to interact with everything from bus stops to bridges, prolonging the life of those assets and bringing real benefits to the citizens and visitors alike in the cities of the near future.
RedBite has deployed a smartphone inventory management solution with RFID tags and QR codes in a high-value retail store in Singapore. This latest RedStore solution, driven by smartphones, supports multiple smartphone devices (with offline capabilities) that sync seamlessly with a cloud application. In turn this provides an enterprise-wide view of asset availability.
RedBite has worked with Swiss Post to deliver them an RFID postal network solution.
RedBite Solutions featured recently in Business Weekly. The article outlines RedBite’s recent success of securing the global Radio Frequency Identification tender from one of the largest international intergovernmental organisations in the postal industry. RedBite’s CEO, Alex Wong, believes the company’s track and trace technology will revolutionise the RFID world.
RedBite is now handling enquiries from other international postal service specialists and other similar non-postal RFID infrastructure.
RedBite Solutions has recently appeared on ITV news in a report about high-tech, innovative Cambridge technology firms.
Silicon Valley comes to the UK has revealed RedBite CEO, Dr Alex Wong, as one of this year’s SVC2UK 100 Club members. The club is handpicked by SVC2UK experts via a multi-step selection process, and consists of CEOs likely to build global businesses worth £100 million in the next three to five years