European Union BRIDGE Project: RedBite’s Success

RedBite Solutions has successfully completed its product integration with the Discovery Service implementation developed by AT4 wireless S. A. for the European Union BRIDGE project. Now fully integrated within Redbox, this is perhaps the first in the world to align closely with the EPCglobal vision of a networked RFID solution. This integrated Discovery Service will be rolled out in a real industrial environment to uncover the benefits of true supply network information sharing for the end-users.

RedBite’s track and trace solution joins forces with British Red Cross

British Red Cross, one of the largest humanitarian organisations in the world, has chosen RedBite Solutions to provide an RFID-enabled track and trace solution for asset management. This underscores the strength of RedBite in delivering a rapidly deployable RFID solution through its highly flexible and adaptable RedAsset product to meet the requirements of a challenging and unique operating environment.

RedBite’s Revolutionary Supply Chain Management Solution

RedBite Solutions has entered into a second contract to extend the existing RedLog deployment, focused on supply chain management, in one of the largest global consumer electronics organisations. This revolutionary implementation will now include a factory, warehouse and a retail store – completing an end-to-end RFID enabled supply chain targeted at forward and reverse logistics management.

Velocity-Based Tag Movement Used by RedBite

RedBite Solutions has embedded velocity-based tag movement from the latest Alien Technology readers into our zero-coding business logic configuration. RedBite is one of the first (if not the first) organisations to utilise such a revolutionary technology. This allows intelligent sensing of tag movements providing sophisticated process control.

RFID Research in Cambridge Supported by RedBite’s Solution

RedBite Solutions has successfully deployed a RedBox in the automation lab within the Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge. This equipped the lab with the capability to communicate with various state-of-the-art UHF Gen2 RFID readers via LLRP and EPCIS standard interface that RedBite developed. This deployment will also help to push forward RFID research within the Cambridge Auto-ID Lab.