RedBite Solutions is featured in Business Weekly recently. The article outlines RedBite’s growth strategy towards a £1bn vision through a flexible yet powerful RFID platform deployable for various applications.
RedBite Solutions has been granted a patent on a novel approach towards determining tag locations using fixed RFID systems and RFID handheld devices. This patent is integral towards our intelligent location filtering algorithm at the core of our platform.
RedBite Solutions has been granted an RFID patent to optimise reader operations in multiple reader environments and outlines the next generation reader configuration mechanism. This patent reinforces the portfolio of RedBite’s patents and strengthens the intellectual properties of the company.
RedBite Solutions recently exhibited at the Total Workplace Management event in London Olympia – the show is aimed at providing innovation and education to the FM industry. In order to help visitors gain an understanding of just how quickly stock checks can be carried out using RedAsset Lite, 20 items were tagged including a server, document folder, book and chair. Visitors then used an RFID handheld device to perform a rapid stock check. The quickest time recorded was just under 5 seconds to locate all 20 items! How much time could we save you?
RedBite Solutions recently attended the IDTechEx RFID Europe event held in Cambridge, UK. The event brings together end-users, system integrators and manufacturers. Our exhibition stand showed the latest version of our track and trace platform which contains a new visualisation layer and RTLS capability.
RedBite recently upgraded its RFID device layer and process capability to interface with a Real-Time Location System (RTLS). This RTLS system is based on passive, Gen2 RFID tags but capable of providing real-time updates of tag locations. RedBite deployed this updated version of their RedAsset solution in one of the largest aerospace and defence manufacturers in the UK to improve assembly efficiency and track down missing tools.