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Intelliwave SiteSense ROVER System Announced
Date:1/4/2013

Edmonton, Alberta (PRWEB) January 04, 2013

At JV Driver’s sprawling module fabrication yard in Nisku, finding material and equipment needed by workers is as simple as typing in the part’s code and following an arrow on a rugged hand-held tablet computer. And just as it is with a metal detector, the “Geiger counter” beeps speed up as the device nears its target.

The Remote Operating Visibility Enabled Reader (ROVER) is a patent pending system that allows sites to gather critical information autonomously, without any human interaction, thus providing critical data in a near real-time mode. Active RFID tags are being engaged and read up to 300 meters away on a 2-5 second interval refresh rate, updating the location of personnel, equipment and materials in instantaneously

Using existing RFID (radio frequency identification) and GPS (global positioning satellite) tags, along with some clever new software and technology it has developed on its own, Leduc-based Intelliwave Technologies has become a world leader in automated material tracking. The firm now has major companies as clients and can track international container shipments, critical equipment locations and even staff members on jobsites using its SiteSense system.

Tracking information is regularly updated from either satellites or, in the case of JV Driver’s operations, by tag readers at site entry points or installed on mobile equipment like Bobcats that are constantly on the move. Fresh data is fed back to a computer that updates the positions. The information is instantly available to the hand-held device, as well as company officials and even customers.

Intelliwave’s system gained notoriety recently when the company was named a finalist in the Canadian Manufacturers and Exports regional awards for new technology in 2012.

Founders Dale Beard and Jordan Williams had some RFID experience when they started thinking about applications for
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