Jamison RFID and active identity announce strategic partnership to provide RFID smart portals

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Jamison RFID (a division of Jamison Door Company), the manufacturer and integrator of rugged, purpose-built RFID portals and communications enclosures, has announced a new partnership and solution set with Active Identity, of Fort Myers, Florida. The companies will focus on delivering Smart RFID solutions in areas such as Manufacturing, Distribution, Healthcare and Office  environments.

Jamison RFID's protected, fully-functional, all-in-one RFID Smart Portals and read stations are plug-and-play, which eliminates the hassles associated with deploying RFID solutions in busy environments. Based on customers' vertical application needs, Jamison can provide a Smart RFID portal that is ready to read tags as soon as it is plugged in.

Jamison's new RFID Smart Portal will integrate Active Identity's Envoy. This integrated RFID Appliance will enable the companies to provide customers with an easy-to-use and mobile solution for a wide variety of applications. Envoy offers reader libraries, device libraries, logical devices, encoding/decoding, activity building and monitoring, graphical workflow design and a management dashboard console available both through Windows and Smart Phone platforms.

"The possibilities created by combining robust hardware with versatile software are endless," said George Khalil, President and CEO, Active Identity, creators of Envoy. "The Envoy takes the term RFID Middleware to a whole new standard by introducing extreme mobility and ease of use to the world of RFID integration. We focus on working closely with our partners to guarantee rapid deployments and delivery times and the Envoy allows us to meet our promise every single time."

"The purpose of a Smart Portal is to allow for the easy deployment and management of RFID applications said Anthony Dublino, Director of Commercial Business, North America, at Jamison RFID."The Smart Portal Solution with Active Identity allows us to be up and running in a few hours- as opposed to days for some RFID installations."

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