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Recent Press Releases
April 9, 2014
SAVI LAUNCHES NEW SENSORS, READERS AND PORTABLE DEPLOYMENT KITS THAT DELIVER DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE ADVANCESMore »
Savi today introduced nine new active Radio Frequency Identification (aRFID) products including sensors, readers and portable deployment kits that deliver immediate and dramatic advances in storage capacity, performance and usability. The new hardware makes it possible for organizations to rapidly establish a complete aRFID system in any environment, increase the speed of data capture and ultimately collect more sensor data to improve efficiency, reduce risk and more confidently manage operations. The hardware also meets the requirements of the U.S. Department of Defense RFID-IV contract, awarded today to Savi. [See today’s related announcement: U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SELECTS SAVI AS SOLE PROVIDER FOR RFID-IV CONTRACT on www.savi.com].
“When customers talk about collecting and managing information from sensors, it is not as simple as just plugging another data type into existing enterprise systems. Sensor data is unique—it’s often erratic, unstructured and inconsistent—requiring purpose-built solutions to collect and manage it,” said Bill Clark, Savi’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “By combining the upgraded performance of Savi’s new sensors and hardware with our analytic applications, organizations can capture and convert their sensor data into operational intelligence to improve efficiency, reduce risk and more confidently manage their organization.”Read full release »
April 9, 2014
U.S. DEFENSE DEPARTMENT SELECTS SAVI AS SOLE PROVIDER FOR RFID-IV CONTRACTMore »
The United States Department of Defense (DoD) has awarded Savi a five-year contract as the sole provider to the RFID-IV program (Contract #: W52P1J-14-D-0014). Today’s RFID-IV award follows the $204 million solicitation issued by the DoD in September of 2013 to support the Product Director Automated Movement and Identification Solutions (PD AMIS) mission. As the initial RFID-IV contract, it establishes a $102 million ceiling for Savi to provide the DoD and other agencies with a comprehensive array of hardware and software products including active Radio Frequency Identification (aRFID) sensors, readers, Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS), Satellite Communication (SATCOM) and related solutions for global asset planning and tracking of personnel, equipment and sustainment cargo worldwide.
“Throughout our 25-year history, Savi has maintained a strong partnership with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and the dedicated personnel responsible for the sophisticated tasks of automatic identification, transportation and logistics tracking across the armed services around the globe,” said Bill Clark, President and Chief Executive Officer, Savi. “Being selected to fulfill the requirements of RFID-IV reflects Savi’s long-standing history as the pioneer, innovator and inventor of technologies, products and protocols that facilitate the use of sensors to improve operational analysis, efficiency and insight—and reaffirms our leadership status as the premier provider of both military RFID systems and the enabler of critical asset tracking capabilities on an enormous scale.”Read full release »
March 4, 2014
SAVI TECHNOLOGY ACCELERATES INTERNATIONAL GROWTH WITH PROMOTION OF ERIC GILL TO VP INTERNATIONAL SALESMore »
Savi Technology, the leading provider of sensor analytic solutions for high value assets, today announced the promotion of Eric Gill to Vice President, International Sales. Gill will be responsible for developing the Savi Technology customer base and partner ecosystem in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) and Asia-Pacific (APAC), further expanding Savi’s global reach.
According to reports from Cisco and International Data Corp (IDC) sensors and connected devices currently generate more than 30% of the estimated 2.3 trillion GB of data collected worldwide every day, which is expected to surpass 50 trillion GB by the year 2020. Advances in sensor technology and reductions in both size and cost have accelerated the use of sensors in business, further increasing the overall percentage of data collected from connected devices. Many leading organizations are using Savi’s Sensor Analytics platform to gain deeper operational insights from the enormous and growing amount of data produced by these connected devices, allowing them to make faster and better decisions.Read full release »