Omni-ID’s RFID solution for Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) receives Finalist Award at RFID Journal LIVE

Omni-ID’s RFID solution for Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) receives Finalist Award at RFID Journal LIVE

EAST ROCHESTER, N.Y., May 17, 2019 — The RFID Journal Awards recognize companies that have distinguished themselves by their successful use of radio frequency identification (RFID). An independent panel of judges is chosen each year to recognize the leaders in the RFID industry. To encourage adoption of RFID technologies, RFID Journal LIVE highlights the best deployments and products from around the world. As the most popular RFID forum for Fortune 500 companies including American Airlines, Apple, Boeing, Cardinal Health, Honeywell, Merck, Comcast, Exxon Mobile and GE to name a few, DMIC’s participation in RFID Journal LIVE is a testament to the value RFID is bringing to their businesses.

“DMIC’s use of RFID across many sites throughout the country – airports, container terminals, railway depots and so on – makes this one of the broadest RFID deployments we have seen, and the judges rightly recognized that by nominating the project as a finalist for a 2019 RFID Journal Award. This project should serve as a model for other countries that want to boost efficiencies in their transportation infrastructure, which benefits businesses, consumers and customers alike. We are certainly seeing how RFID has matured into a technology that is delivering real value to companies in different industries and different areas of the world.”, Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor of RFID Journal

Enabling Infrastructure and Increasing Logistics Efficiencies in the Indian Transportation and Logistics Corridor

Accepting the Award for DMIC, Vijay Kumar, Senior Sales Director IMEA

Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) is an award finalist and 2019 Runner Up in the Best RFID Implementation (Other Industry) award category for its demonstration of the true value RFID technology has delivered to the transportation industry. As a global manufacturing and investment destination, DMIC saw a need to develop a Logistics Data Bank to address the issue of tracking and viewing the movement of containers across ports. Through its partnership with NEC, the systems integrator company and Omni-ID, the manufacturer and inventor of the Exo 800C tag, DMIC was instrumental in improving trade in a key growth area of the world by enabling infrastructure and increasing logistics efficiencies in the Indian Transportation and Logistics Corridor.


About Omni-ID

Based in Rochester, NY, Omni-ID has developed original, patented technologies for on-metal tagging to enable a broad range of applications to improve asset tracking, inventory management and material flow management. Omni-ID continues to lead the way driving the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution in Manufacturing & Logistics, Oil & Gas, IT Asset Management, Transportation and Government & Defense utilizing market leading technologies. Omni-ID’s versatile portfolio of award-winning products provides a complete range of tags with unprecedented accuracy in any environment. For more information, visit www.omni-id.com.

Media contact:

Mary Sheridan
Omni-ID
PH: 585.299.5978
mary.sheridan@omni-id.com

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