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Two-Way Radios With RFID Capability Used to Monitor Maintenance, Field Personnel

Banks, residences, hotels and logistics firms have begun using RFID-enabled two-way radios provided by wireless technologies company Hytera UK, to monitor the locations of its security guards and other personnel.

Two-Way Radios With RFID Capability Used to Monitor Maintenance, Field Personnel

Hytera's PD415 handheld two-way radio comes with a built-in RFID reader, designed to work in conjunction with Hytera's personnel RFID cards, RFID-tagged Patrol Checkpoints and Patrol Management software application, to manage each read event and make that data available to a company's management or clients as needed.

The PD415 radio was released in May of this year, says Martin Edwards, Hytera UK's head of product management. The radio's RFID technology is designed to monitor the locations of individuals who work remotely and are constantly on the move, such as guards, cleaners and maintenance personnel. The radio's built-in RFID reader module, designed and manufactured by Hytera, complies with the ISO 15693 standard.

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Hytera's PD415 handheld two-way radio comes with a built-in RFID reader, designed to work in conjunction with Hytera's personnel RFID cards, RFID-tagged Patrol Checkpoints and Patrol Management software application, to manage each read event and make that data available to a company's management or clients as needed.

The PD415 radio was released in May of this year, says Martin Edwards, Hytera UK's head of product management. The radio's RFID technology is designed to monitor the locations of individuals who work remotely and are constantly on the move, such as guards, cleaners and maintenance personnel. The radio's built-in RFID reader module, designed and manufactured by Hytera, complies with the ISO 15693 standard.

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Two-Way Radios With RFID Capability Used to Monitor Maintenance, Field Personnel