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AUTOMATED IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY FOR LOGISTICS CONTROL (AITLC)
Hicks, Graydon K.; Patton, Nick
ANALYTIC SCIENCES CORP FAIRBORN OH
This task was performed under the Logistics Technology Research Support (LTRS) contract (F33615-99-D-6001) for Capt. Kenneth Bizenga of the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Logistics Readiness Branch (HESR) at Wright- Patterson AFB, OH. The research covered the time period 29 March 2000 through 31 January 2001. This effort examined the feasibility of developing a suite of passive data collection tools and corresponding transmission methods for use in logistics command and control. The tools identified can provide identification, location, and/or status information to a central control system. The effort consisted of a technology survey of available data capture and transmission equipment and methods, as well as a projection of future capability. The technologies investigated are known in the community as Automated Identification Technology (AIT). This survey evaluated key technical parameters relevant to the implementation of these technologies in an Air Force (AF) environment, including data resolution, transmission method, transmission range, storage capability, affordability, deployability, supportability, data security, and safety.
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