RedBite Solutions has won the open, global, United Nations Radio Frequency Identification Tender. The UPU solution will be built on RedEdge, a customised RedBite platform technology for cloud-based RFID infrastructure. The solution will be used as part of its Global Monitoring System to monitor the quality of mail delivery services from country to country.
Alex Wong, CEO of RedBite, will form part of a business panel and will be involved in discussions during the RFID in Europe section of the RFID Journal LIVE! Europe in London on 15 October.
Cambridge technology company, RedBite Solutions, has recently been ranked as the one of the ‘Killer 50‘ technology companies in Cambridge.
RedBite Solutions is featured in the University of Cambridge, Distributed Information and Automation Laboratory’s (Dial) newsletter recently. The article discusses some of the recent developments within RedBite, our existing customer base and also new products in the pipeline.
RedBite Solutions recently completed six RedStore deployments in China with an engineering team based in Wuxi. This underscores the capabilities of RedBite to deploy RFID and serialised inventory tracking solutions globally.
The Chairman of RedBite, Prof Duncan McFarlane and CEO of RedBite, Dr Alex Wong were invited to present at the Internet of Things (IoT) event at Google Campus in London. The event was organised by Technology Strategy Board’s IoT SIG.