Skip to comments.NEW JERSEY INKS EMERGENCY TRACKING DEAL WITH RADIANT RFID..
Posted on 11/12/2012 4:13:33 PM PST by TaraP
A week before one of the biggest natural disasters to ever hit the Northeast dissipated the New Jersey shoreline, state officials awarded Radiant RFID a five-year emergency management solution contract to assist with evacuation and emergency tracking during catastrophic events.
Texas-based Radiant, which also has contracts with Texas, North Carolina and the city of Boston, will provide the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness (OHSP) with an RFID-based evacuation solution that tracks evacuees, pets, emergency transport vehicles, and commodities deployed at state shelters in preparation for and in the event of a hurricane, natural disaster or other incident to assist in reunification of families. Its believed that the system was not set up in time to be used during recovery efforts for Hurricane Sandy.
In addition, Radiant will manage hardware components, deployment processes and training as well as all maintenance and management functions in support of the State of New Jersey.
Utilizing the latest in passive RFID technology, Radiant claims that its emergency management solution is the only RFID system designed to assist emergency management teams with large-scale evacuations by making the continuous movement of people, pets and assets easy to track without repeatedly stopping people to take their name or scan a bar code.
The seamless tracking helps eliminate lines, reduce redundancy and keep families together in times of emergency.
For shelter managers, the Radiant RFID solution can help with the number and type of evacuees to their location; for operations center management, our solution can aid in the overall evacuation status. When transported, relocated or upon entering a shelter their location is passively updated and an online or printed manifest is provided to the shelter host as well as central Emergency Management.
Along with the 8.8 million residents of New Jersey, Radiant RFIDs solutions with Texas, South Carolina and Boston cover approximately 18 percent of the U.S. population.
The tracking scheme registers evacuees, their pets and other displaced persons with wristbands containing RFID chips that are registered with each individual. These wristbands are scanned whenever evacuees enter buses or arrive at FEMA emergency shelters, enabling Homeland Security to track entire populations during disasters, as well as inventory supplies, transportation and other assets throughout the process.
Mark of the beast, Biblical sorta stuff here, folks.
mark of the beast
“emergency” of course
It is here now....
This is the type of technology which will most likely used by the anti-Christ but this isn’t the mark.
The mark will be very clearly an acceptance of the anti-christ.
Evacuate you and yours to a motel in the next staet...or live in your car.
Nut-job Conspiracy Theory Ping!
To get onto The Nut-job Conspiracy Theory Ping List you must threaten to report me to the Mods if I dont add you to the list...
Possibly...Something more sinister that will fool the masses of people...
That seems to be part of our culture now..
Fool and Deceive...
Can you believe this?!
A friend I've known for 30 odd years and I have often remarked that satan himself could stroll down the street stamping foreheads with 666 and barely anyone would bat an eyelid.In the end the world will probably think it's the smart thing to do!Sure glad we know how this ends!
And we now have leaders in place to pave the way of the anti-christ imo.
Once you and your family are under direct government control, extricating yourself from that may prove far tougher than getting out of whatever else is going on.
I would dispose of it and use an RFID scanner to make sure it’s not on my vehicle anywhere .
Some food and water would be nice.
They will do their damnedest to sell it to US.
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