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Hitachi RFID Tag to Track Building Occupants

Aki Tsukioka / Japan Corporate News Network | October 3 2006

Hitachi on Monday announced its release of the industry's first AirLocation II Tag-w, a WiFi active RFID tag for wireless LAN position detection and management of people entering and leaving buildings, which also features an emergency message function.

The combined features enable thorough and precise management of people entering a building and provide information about the position of individuals within.

In emergencies, the emergency message function allows users to send a message to the control center, automatically informing disaster relief officials of their whereabouts.

The Air Location II Tag-w will be released on October 3 at a price of 21,000 yen (US$179).

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