Savi Technology, a provider of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, has won approval of its active RFID tags and readers by official regulatory bodies in Taiwan, Malaysia and Chile. The certifications pave the way for additional global expansion of Savi's active RFID networks, which monitor the location, security and environment of cargo containers. According to the company, international recognition of the ISO 18000-7 standard, covering RFID devices operating in the 433 MHz radio frequency, means that customers can deploy a single active RFID platform on a global basis. Savi's products are currently approved for use in more than 50 countries. The latest regulatory bodies to approve the technology were the Directorate General of Telecommunications in Taiwan, Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission, and Subsecretaria de Telecomunicaciones in Chile. The approvals will facilitate the deployment of systems from Savi's IP licensing partners, the company said.
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