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Autotoll Limited

RFID Logistics Pilot Portal

Background

Autotoll Limited, the leading intelligent transport and logistics management solutions provider that started out as an electronic toll collection service and equipment provider, was formed through the merger of The Autopass Co. Ltd. and Electronic Toll Systems Ltd. in October 1998. 

Challenge

In the wake of the mandates given by the US Department of Defense and retail giants, Wal-Mart and Tesco, for suppliers to adopt the RFID (radio frequency identification) technology, Autotoll sought to address the growing interest in RFID and to help companies in the region learn more about this technology. With its extensive experience in the application of RFID, Autotoll aimed to offer companies a cost-effective way of testing the technology in their operations.

Solution

In 2004, Autotoll collaborated with E-Business Solutions Limited (EBS), formerly known as ETI Consulting Limited (ETIC), IBM and the Hong Kong Productivity Council to develop a package of equipment and services that would allow companies in Hong Kong and Mainland China to test RFID in their operations. Specifically, EBS worked with IBM to develop an RFID Logistics Pilot Portal that would enable companies to track the movement of their goods on the Internet. The portal would also provide a shared platform that could facilitate cross-companies and cross-locations trials, as well as contribute towards the future creation of a global infrastructure of EPC (electronic product code) network and retailers.

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