Toronto--Sirit Inc. says its INfinity 510 reader is part of the contract awarded for the implementation of passive RFID solutions under a U.S. government Blanket Purchasing Agreement. The scope of the contract is designed to enhance systems using RFID within the Department of Defense (DoD), United States Coast Guard, other Federal agencies, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Coalition Partners, and other foreign military sales.
The objective of the contract is to provide an integrated structure for logistic identification, tracking, locating and monitoring of commodities and assets. The overall contract is for a three year period with a three year renewal option, to provide indefinite delivery and indefinite quantity of passive RFID equipment and services.
Initial projections included in the RFP indicated a requirement for 6000 fixed readers over three years. Sirit’s IN510 reader will be supplied by Sirit’s partners, CDO Technologies Inc., CODE Plus Inc., Lowry Computer Products Inc., ODIN Technologies, and SYS-TEC Corp., all suppliers to the DoD contract.