Retail Largest RFID File-Tracking System Goes Live in Qatar The new system in place at Qatar Public Prosecution replaces an existing RFID solution to provide greater coverage with fewer readers, and to offer fast data capture, storage of data if a network goes down and real-time alerts in the event of unauthorized case file removals. With 1, read points spread across a story tower, the system enables the office to track the movements and locations of 70, files down to a particular corridor, office or stairwell. Local integrator Qatar Computer Services installed the system. In fact, a solution was installed in that enabled the tracking of every case file, either at prosecutors' offices or in the courthouses premises see Qatar's Public Prosecution Office Cuts File Search Time by 60 Percent.
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