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Ship2Save Uses MapPoint Web Service for Tracking Goods

From Frontline Solutions - "Ship2Save has developed a system for tracking goods in transit using a combination of active and passive RFID, cellular communications, and Global Positioning System (GPS) technology."

The RFID-based Unit-in-Transit System "is based on Microsoft's MapPoint Web Service and a Bell Mobility Microsoft MapPoint Location Server. RFID tags on individual goods or pallets are linked to a UITS system in the truck, and constantly monitored over cellular and GPS technology."

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