The Polish Ministry of Defence has deployed a radio frequency identification-based solution provided by Savi, a Lockheed Martin company, to automate tracking and management of military supplies and to support NATO peace keeping objectives in Afghanistan and elsewhere.
Savi’s networked solutions are actively operational with defense forces at NATO headquarters, and in the US, UK, Australia, Denmark, Sweden, and Spain.
Polish Ministry of Defenc’s (PMD) Military Property Agency contracted with the Netline Group to procure the Savi Consignment Management Solution (CMS), which provides near real-time information on the location of supplies through a network of RFID readers linked to enterprise-level, decision-support software.
The Netline Group has partnered with Hertz Systems for services to help install hardware and software. The Savi Consignment Management System is based on NATO asset tracking standards that enable it to be interoperable with NATO-allied defense forces.