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  • QID wins a VEHICEL TRACKING PROJECT IN THE manufacturing industry in WESTERN India.

    Pune, India

    QuantumID Technologies has WON a VEHICLE TRACKING PROJECT for a major MANUFACTURING ICON in WESTERN India. “ RFID enabled VTS is one of our flagship solutions which has brought in a lot of VALUE to customers and most of them are also rapidly expanding the solution coverage to their other subsidiaries “ says Prasanna Gogwekar, MD, QID Technologies.
    “Our core flagship products are continuing to expand and build their base in the Indian peninsula and our RAAS SERVICE MODEL concept makes it a amazingly viable solution for customers to scale up the solution for a NATION-WIDE coverage” says Milind Tavshikar , CEO, QID Technologies.

    QID launches VSIBLITY SOLUTIONs in F&B…with i-ORDER on i-PAD.

    Pune, India

    QuantumID Technologies vision to bring in visibility and efficiencies is extending into the F&B sector with its launch of i-ORDER for i-PAD as an enterprise application in NOVEMER 2011.
    i-ORDER is a very effective tool to enable F&B outlets to bring in more focus on customer services and enable faster and more effective turn-around times from the bar and kitchen to the customers.
    “The product is aimed to bring in efficiencies and measure and track service efficiencies and bring in much more VSIBLITY associated with TABLE MANAGEMENT & RESPONSE TIMES “ says PRASANNA GOGWEKAR, MD, QID Technologies ( India ).
    “ We are rolling this product out to a HIGH END POPULAR RESTAURANT CHAIN in Southern India and the product is sure to catch the market rapidly from there on “ says Milind Tavshikar, CEO, QID Technologies.

    QID Enhancing the VISILBITY EXPERIENCE into the consumer space soon.

    Pune, India

    QuantumID Technologies realises the importance of visibility in EMERGING MARKETs such as India where the geographical consumer potential is seeing exponential growth in fast growing TIER-II cities. Customers are turning into Consumers with high end lifestyles and preferences and the RETAIL , F&B & FMCG INDUSTRY growth is turning out to be phenomenal .
    QID is specially launching for the INDIA customer base a phone application i-PREFER which will allow consumers to IDENTIFY TRACK & MANAGE the LIFESTYLE SPACE around them through a VISIBILTY APPLICATION.
    The APPLICATION also allows the CONSUMERS to RATE products & places which they are interested in as per their choices and POST their RATINGS on the SOCIAL NETWORK PLATFORMS.
    “We are launching i-PREFER for India in NOVEMBER 2001 on the ANDROID MARKETPLACE and subsequently on the APPSTORE MARKETPLACE ” says Prasanna Gogwekar, MD, QID Technologies (India) .

    QID successfully completes RFID enabled Vehicle Testing Project in Southern India

    Pune, India

    QID has successfully delivered RFID enabled Vehicle Testing project for one of the states in Southern India through a Government R&D firm . The Solution is being highly acclaimed by the local Director of transportation and the local authorities and will be scaled across the state in the days to come rapidly.
    “This is a paradigm shift in this particular domain and helps the government to accurately and rapidly evaluate vehicle driving tests and help serve the customers needs reliably and efficiently especially since the number of vehicle owners and drivers in India are rapidly increasing.”
    says Prasanna Gogwekar, MD, QID Technologies ( India ).
    “We are seeing a rapid growth in the need towards tracking of vehicle paths be it in vehicle testing or even movement of other types of vehicles like FORKLIFTS in industrial and manufacturing sites globally. The current steps are towards a largers growth globally” says Milind Tavshikar, CEO, QID.

    U.S. Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) Financing to help Expand QID’s RFID enabled Airline Cargo Tracking Systems in India

    Pune, India

    March 7, 2011

    For further information,Contact:Timothy Harwood (202)336-8744


    WASHINGTON, D.C. – A U.S. small business will use a loan from the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) to expand the use of its award-winning cargo tracking technology to airports in India, helping the country improve its airport security and at the same time “move from the tollbooth lane to the E-Z Pass lane” in terms of efficiency, in the words of the sponsor.
    OPIC financing will enable QuantumID Technologies (QID) of Cambridge, Massachusetts, to expand its radio-frequency identification (RFID) systems for the identification, tracking and management of mobile assets to major airline cargo hubs, courier transport sites and other transportation facilities in India.
    Specifically, QID’s trademark Airline Cargo Tracking solution (ACT) will employ hardware, software, and service operational modules to perform the tracking and tracing of cargo at each airport location. OPIC’s loan will enable a QID client – a major passenger airline and cargo operator in India – to expand services from seven airport locations to 65, covering 100 cities with 425 warehouse locations. It will also enable its door-to-door services to cover 72 cities and 1000 field operations. A second client is considering the deployment of QID’s ACT solution to cover 12 distribution hubs, 30 warehouses and 300-plus pick-up and delivery locations. The additional coverage will in turn substantially improve productivity and efficiency for the businesses served by QID’s clients.
    RFID is a technology that enables distance reading of information that can be attached to movable or stationary assets. To identify a package or item, the RFID technology relies on RFID tags – small transponders that transmit identity information over a distance.

    “This project is a classic example of a U.S. small business innovation being used to improve efficiency – and in this case, security – in an emerging market, bringing developmental benefits to the Indian economy and opening a new market for American goods and services,” said OPIC President and CEO Elizabeth Littlefield.

    QID Chief Executive Officer Milind Tavshikar said the RFID technology would enable Indian airports to render obsolete the chain-of-custody problems caused by the traditional bar-code & paper tracking systems. “RFID technology therefore improves both efficiency and security in airport cargo tracking,” he said. “It’s like moving from the tollbooth lane to the E-Z Pass lane on the highway.”

    QuantumID Technologies (QID) is a high technology company based in Cambridge, MA, with a subsidiary in Pune, India. QID designs, develops manufactures, markets and implements “turnkey” barcode-compatible, RFID-enabled asset identification, tracking and management solutions for the modern enterprise. QID’s solutions include award-winning innovation and patent-pending UHF RFID hardware, customizable web-based software application and middleware platform. QID has been awarded the prestigious Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award for product innovation.
    For more information, www.qidtech.com

    As America’s development finance institution, OPIC helps to solve critical world challenges by delivering innovative finance that enables U.S. businesses to successfully compete in emerging markets. In the process, OPIC projects create revenues, jobs and growth opportunities both at home and abroad. OPIC accomplishes its mission by providing debt financing and political risk insurance to American companies, and by supporting private equity investment funds.
    Established as an agency of the U.S. Government in 1971, OPIC operates on a self-sustaining basis at no net cost to American taxpayers. OPIC services are available for new and expanding business enterprises in more than 150 countries worldwide. OPIC projects to date have generated $74 billion in U.S. exports and supported more than 275,000 American jobs.


    Event: QID and Microsoft Azure presents at 2011 IATA World Cargo Symposium, Istanbul, Turkey

    Pune, India

    IATA – World Cargo Symposium 2011

    QID and Microsoft Azure presents – Airline Cargo Industry’s First Barcode Compatible, RFID Enabled Cargo Tracking System powered by Windows Azure

    During the IATA’s World Cargo Symposium in Istanbul, Turkey., QuantumID and alliance partner Microsoft will be presenting the benefits and experiences in deploying industry’s first turnkey implementation of a Barcode compatible, RFID enabled cargo identification and tracking system for Kingfisher Airlines Cargo, including capabilities for Unit Load Device Tracking (Tr@kULD), Cargo Tracking Security (Sc@rgo) and Lost Luggage Delivery &Tracking Solution (Loc@te).
    QID’s extended enterprise mobility tracking solution features a state of the art cloud computing platform by Microsoft Windows Azure.
    About QID:
    QuantumID Technologies (QID) headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with subsidiary in Pune, India- is a global leader in design, development and implementation of Barcode compatible, RFID-enabled asset identification, tracking and management systems.
    QID’s enterprise mobility system offering for the Airline Industry includes End-to-End Cargo Management Solution (ACT), Unit Load Device Tracking Solution (Tr@kULD), Cargo Security Audit Solution (Sc@rgo) and Lost Luggage Tracking/Delivery Solution (Loc@te).
    QID’s cross industry enterprise asset tracking and management solutions are architected based on its award winning innovation and patent pending hardware portfolio and customizable middleware/software application platforms. QID’s solutions are designed to meet global industry standards, IATA guidelines and powered by Microsoft Windows Azure.
    QID’s airline cargo logistics solutions are offered as a “turnkey” solution-as-a-service business model, thus eliminate capital investments. Individual modules of the extended enterprise tracking solution can also be purchased with licensing agreements.
    For additional information: www.qidtech.com

    QID launches its TRACK@ULD initiative for a large logistics provider

    Pune, India

    QuantumID Technologies has built a state of the art, RFID enabled ULD (Unit Load Devices) management product compliant with IATA (International Air Transport Association) standards. This solution comprising of RFID hardware and software is being launched in March-April 2011 in India for a major international logistics company.
    “We are ramping up our offerings in the logistics space and our customers see a good return on their investment.” says Prasanna Gogwekar, Managing Director.

    “Tracking of unit load devices is a challenge faced by every airline. Our solution is very well positioned for major logistics players and service providers who lose thousands of ULDs each year.We have built the application based on IATA guidelines making it scalable globally” says John Eyemaro, SVP Corporate and Business Development.

    QID wins another contract in India for its ART solution .

    Pune, India

    QuantumID Technologies (India) wins another contract in India for its ART standard solution used in automating results for road tests conducted by the department of motor vehicles. This deployment will happen in Southern India and is a major step taken by the Government in deploying advanced technologies for improving operations.

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