“Together with IBM and its partner Infratab, DHL, a unit of Deutsche Post World Net, developed an…”

February 11, 2009
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“Together with IBM and its partner Infratab, DHL, a unit of Deutsche Post World Net, developed an advanced temperature tracking solution that combines sophisticated sensing and RFID technology to enable real-time monitoring of temperature-sensitive shipments while in transit.”

IBM – DHL breaks new ground with RFID-based real-time tracking of sensitive shipments.


“Together with IBM and its partner Infratab, DHL, a unit of Deutsche Post World Net, developed an advanced temperature tracking solution that combines sophisticated sensing and RFID technology to enable real-time monitoring of temperature-sensitive shipments while in transit.”

IBM – DHL breaks new ground with RFID-based real-time tracking of sensitive shipments.

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