U.S. Offers NATO Six-Month RFID Tag Technology Pilot Project

By Dan Dupont / November 26, 2003 at 5:00 AM
Aiming to improve logistics interoperability among allies, the United States has offered NATO six months of trial access to its radio frequency identification architecture, according to sources and documents. The offer was made last month at a Senior NATO Logistics Conference (SNLC), where representatives of the United States and the United Kingdom briefed their NATO counterparts on what was billed as the successful use of RFID technology for the tracking of assets delivered to and within Iraq. Vice. Adm. Gordon...

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