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VERDASEE ANNOUNCES NEW MOBILE 1-WATT UHF GEN2 / 433 MHz DUAL RFID READER – April, 2013

VerdaSee Solutions announces the North American availability of a customized version of the rugged Motorola Solutions’ WORKABOUT PRO 3 handheld computer that integrates an advanced 1-watt UHF Gen2 RFID module reader into its rugged design.

This new Gen2 reader distinguishes itself on a variety of levels. Its power and improved antenna design provide superior speed, efficiency and range with regard to tag acquisition and eliminate the issue of non-targeted reads caused by backplane RF signal. The reader also features an ergonomic and modular design with backward and forward compatible programmability, which significantly broadens its applicability.

Additionally, the new reader hosts a 4 port solution that provides for individually controlled power. This allows end users to soft-switch between UHF and 433 MHz, dependent upon application, without requiring redundant systems.

The integration of the various leading-edge technologies provided by VerdaSee and its technology partners is a testimony to VerdaSee’s commitment to provide the market with a highly intuitive, ruggedized, yet flexible Gen2 solution designed to address the needs of the mobile workers in any environment.


VERDASEE PRESIDENT/CEO ON RADIO TALK SHOW – Oct, 2011

Reuben Vasquez, President and CEO of VerdaSee Solutions, appeared on a San Diego radio talk show and discussed the current state of first response and humanitarian relief efforts and how more lives can be saved through the use of technology.

Download or listen to the interview now.


TATRC

The Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC) is an office of the headquarters of the US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC). It fosters research on health informatics, telemedicine/m-Health, medical training systems, and computational biology, and promotes and manages science and engineering in other key portfolios.

VerdaSee is privileged to be authorized to provide a link to the Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC).