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Clients Using Silent Partner Technologies™ RFID Applications

Silent Partner Technologies™ RFID Solutions are used daily by companies & government agencies in various industries such as EMS, Fire Rescue, state and local colleges, manufacturing, retail, construction, HVAC repairs and many others. Here is a sampling of our clients using RFID technology for their businesses.

Hillsborough Community College

Hillsborough Community College is located in the Tampa Bay area and uses Silent Partner’s IntelliView suite to manage their assets across several campuses. Before switching to SPT’s IntelliView RFID asset management solution, HCC spent several months with upwards of 25 employees to complete a count. By using IntelliView it now takes only one employee and one month to count all their assets across all campuses.

Read the article for an in-depth look at how HCC is using Silent Partner Technologies RFID Inventory and Asset control IntelliView solution. More...

Seminole County Public Safety

Seminole County, located in the central part of the state, comprises seven cities and owns $90 million worth of assets, including electronic office equipment; tools used by the public-works department for road work, traffic engineering or mosquito control; and high-value firefighting gear utilized by the public-safety department.

Read the full article here about how Seminole County Fire is using the IntelliView solution by Silent Partner Technologies. More…

Seminole County Purchasing

Seminole County automates asset tracking process with SPT RFID web based application. For years Seminole County managed their assets using the standard manual process. Through research they found a variety of basic solutions including “standard barcode process”. However, they chose the Silent Partner Technologies (SPT) RFID web asset tracking solution for it’s ability to track assets in many ways that includes RFID, barcode and manual data entry. The implemented solution uses the short range UHF RFID PDA technology, which allows a user to go out into the field and count assets from many buildings, and then upload the data.

Read the article to see how Seminole County is using the IntelliView solution by Silent Partner Technologies to track their assets! More…

Environmental Management, Inc.

As one of the largest landscape companies in Central Ohio, Environmental Management, Inc. designs, builds, and maintains hundreds of attractive, quality outdoor environments for both residential and commercial properties. Our experienced and hardworking professional staff provides the most comprehensive array of landscape services available in today’s marketplace – and they’re dedicated to exceeding your expectations, everyday!

Landscaping meets the 21st century! Read the full article here that outlines how EMI uses the IntelliView solution by Silent Partner Technologies. More…

Lone Pine Construction

Lone Pine Construction, Inc., a premier general contracting company headquartered in Bentleyville, Pennsylvania, has been in business for over 25 years. They specialize in Commercial, Heavy/Highway, Water/Waste, Mining/Industrial, and Energy Services/Shale Operations. With its full breadth of company divisions, Lone Pine Construction is organized to oversee total construction and construction management for most types of projects, including design-build projects. Staffed with 65 employees, with revenue exceeding well over $25 million a year, they have hundreds of pieces of equipment, tools and a full fleet of construction vehicles.

Construction company builds a future foundation with Technology! More…

South Metro Fire Rescue Authority

South Metro Fire Rescue Authority, in Centennial, Colo., provides emergency and prevention services for roughly 195,000 residents in two counties, as well as for the thousands of people who come into the communities to work. The organization’s Fire & Emergency Medical Services (EMS) department operates from 17 stations and is staffed by fire and emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics. It’s essential that their ambulances are equipped with all the medical supplies that might be needed in an emergency situation.

South Metro Fire Rescue Authority is tracking medical supplies at its warehouse and 17 stations, to reduce waste and improve efficiencies. More…

Ft. Lauderdale Fire Department

The Fire Rescue Department was established in 1912 and currently provides fire, rescue, and emergency management services for the citizens and visitors of the City of Fort Lauderdale, Wilton Manors, and the Town of Lazy Lake. The department operates out of eleven fire stations and responded to 54,387 incidents for service during the year 2015. A number of highly trained special operations teams are utilized within the department that provide Hazardous Materials Response, Technical Rescue, Marine Rescue, Special Weapons and Tactics (S.W.A.T.) response, Medical services, and Aircraft Rescue Firefighting (ARFF). The department offers training programs to the private and public sector, as well as internal (departmental) and external (non- departmental) certified Firefighters, Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics.

The City of Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue Department is constantly striving to advance.More…

Smith-Anderson Law

Smith Anderson Law is one of the largest business and litigation law firms headquartered in the Research Triangle area and one of the largest in North Carolina. Their diverse portfolio of practices and services often enables them to be the single source for clients’ varied legal needs. They have been successful for over 100 years because they help further their clients’ success.

Large law firm implements RFID to help manage the massive amounts of books and/or documents within their 200 offices. More…

Iona-McGregor Fire Department

Iona-McGregor Fire Department is located in Iona-McGregor near Ft.Myers Florida. Based on the United States Census Department data, by 2000, the population had grown 16.5% to 58,246 residents. This is approximately 14.3% of the entire permanent population for Lee County. It is projected that in 2014, there will be about 66,000 residents and approximately 30,000 households. During the seasonal months, the population of the District increases considerably to over 100,000 residents (not including vacationers).

Bonita Fire Department

Located in Southwest Florida along the beaches of the Gulf of Mexico, Bonita Springs makes up the southernmost edge of Lee County. Each year, Bonita Springs attracts increasing numbers of tourists and year-round residents. With over one hundred miles of shorelines, the steady growth of residential developments, restaurants, shopping centers, and increasing job opportunities, fire and rescue service demands have increased. The Bonita Springs Fire Control and Rescue District protects 72 square miles of land with an estimated 47,000 permanent residents, increasing to approximately 85,000 residents in-season.

Polk County Fire & Rescue

Polk County Fire Rescue provides fire suppression, emergency medical services and fire inspections to Polk’s residents and visitors. Coordination among county and municipal agencies is governed by a series of interlocal agreements help provide the highest level of service. In addition to covering all of unincorporated Polk, this division also provides fire services for Eagle Lake, Polk City, Mulberry, Lake Hamilton, and Hillcrest Heights.

Magnolia Fire Department

MVFD is a modern and progressive combination fire department providing medical first response and fire protection to an area of approximately 200 square miles. Our fire department is composed of dedicated professional firefighters committed to the highest level of service possible. These highly motivated men and women respond to an average of 5400 incidents per year. MVFD is the first fire department in Montgomery County to fully operate on the National Incident Management System (NIMS) infrastructure. Our department is committed to training and utilization of cutting edge technology. We believe in the effective use of public funds to provide the best value for dollars invested in the department.

City of Troy Michigan Fire Department

The Troy Fire Department was organized in 1940 by a group of businessmen and concerned citizens in what was known as Big Beaver, a small “village” located at Big Beaver Road and Rochester Road. This group convinced the Township Board that a fire department was needed as well as a fire truck and other equipment (which were delivered in March, 1940). Prior to that, fire protection was provided by the Clawson Fire Department. The Fire Department had 19 founding members and operated out of a Ford dealership and garage on Rochester Road south of Big Beaver.

Eagle Fire Department

The Eagle Fire Department is one of the largest combination fire agencies in the state of Idaho, with 42 career personnel and more than 40 volunteer firefighters. Eagle is a beautiful town nestled between the Boise foothills and the Boise River just west of the capital city. Our fire protection district spans 92 square miles, encompassing all of Eagle along with parts of unincorporated areas of Ada, Gem and Boise Counties. There are about 27,500 people living in our district.

Metrohm USA

Metrohm is one of the world’s most trusted manufacturers of high-precision instruments for chemical analysis. Metrohm was founded in 1943 by engineer Bertold Suhner in Herisau, Switzerland. Today, we are present in more than 80 countries with our own subsidiaries and exclusive distributors.Headquartered in Herisau, Switzerland, the Metrohm Group also includes Metrohm Applikon and Metrohm Autolab, manufacturers of online analyzers and instruments for electrochemical research, respectively.

The Mitre Corporation

In July 1958, The MITRE Corporation was chartered as a private, not-for-profit corporation to provide engineering and technical guidance for the federal government—with an initial focus on defense needs. Following the closure of Division 6, most of the research staff joined MITRE to support the Air Force’s air-defense mission. The new company took on the task of developing SAGE—the Semi-Automatic Ground Environment pioneering continental air-defense system. SAGE’s complexity demanded an organization that could reach across traditional boundaries among the military, industry, and academia. Our role integrating SAGE’s many elements established us as a leader in the new discipline of systems engineering. That was just the beginning. In the decades since, we’ve earned an international reputation for technical excellence and innovation for military and civil agencies. The company and our employees have received many awards recognizing our achievements in aviation, defense, cybersecurity, and much more.

Vibranalysis Inc.

Vibranalysis was founded in May of 1986 by President Linda Socquet. Working as a premiere consultant, Vibranalysis has provided a wide range of instrumentation and monitoring services to general contractors, construction management companies, engineering firms, building owners, developers, excavators and demolition companies. Our extensive range of services span the life of our clients projects. Before construction begins, our instrumentation design services help to identify and mitigate risks related to construction impacts. Our pre-construction inspections and documentation services provide an authoritative record of existing conditions of structures and infrastructure. During construction our team of professionals actively monitor seen and unseen forces and its impacts on structures, utilities, and ground performance.

Autumn Oaks (Assisted Living Facility)

Life changes call for careful choices. Family-owned and operated Autumn Oaks is a supportive choice that preserves dignity, privacy and independence. At the same time, it rekindles the delight of daily contact—all in a place as friendly as it is familiar.

The Boston Home (Assisted Living Facility)

When the original Codman mansion was demolished in 1965, paths were extended and paved, and an entire Activity Pavilion was built to offer additional space for recreation. But with a focus on residents who relied on large, customized electric wheelchairs, the facility needed additional improvements. The Board of Trustees considered several possible ways they could use The Boston Home’s facilities to best serve its residents. Renovations and expansions in 1985, 1993 and again in 2003 provided larger bathrooms and bedrooms, wider hallways, and more group activity spaces. The 1993 renovation increased the capacity from 42 to 84 residents and enabled the Home to become co-ed, as only women were living there at the time. Outfitted with state-of-the-art assistive technologies, the facility became a barrier-free, wheel-chair friendly environment with doors and elevators that automatically responded through wireless signals. There were advanced clinical resources unimaginable in Cordelia Harmon’s day. Residents gained new levels of independence, comfort, and dignity. The Boston Home had grown to accommodate 96 severely physically disabled adults. But The Boston Home was as large as it could grow and retain its close sense of community. Honoring Harmon’s original vision, it would remain first and foremost a home.

Jonah Energy LLC

Jonah Energy LLC was created in the spring of 2014 with the acquisition of producing assets within the Jonah Field in Sublette County, Wyoming. We are one of the largest privately-held natural gas producers in the US. Our private investor group is led by TPG Capital LLC and includes EIG Global Energy Partners and management. Our vision is to be the industry’s most successful acquisition and development company by consistently identifying and executing attractive acquisitions, delivering exceptional operating performance, and achieving outstanding financial outcomes.

Galerie Lisabel

Enter a timeless world where art blends with technology and fineness of the facilities. An exceptional, innovative decoration and a unique atmosphere, all in the very popular neighborhood of Griffintown in Montreal. The Lisabel Gallery is the perfect place for your events, let us amaze you and customize this modular exclusive space based on the details of your requirements.

DSD (Department of Sustainable Developement) Ft.Lauderdale

The Department of Sustainable Development (DSD) is a multi-disciplinary department consisting of five divisions, including Administration, Building Services, Code Compliance, Economic & Community Investment, and Urban Design & Planning. DSD encourages and coordinates sustainable growth of the City and promotes well-designed development through sound planning principles that focus on livability, urban revitalization, growth management, and historic preservation. The department provides business liaison functions to the community by focusing on job growth and business attraction, and retention and expansion activities. To improve the overall welfare and appearance of the community, the department also conducts code enforcement, encouraging voluntary compliance and prompt corrections. Moreover, the department issues building permits and conducts inspections to ensure safe and quality construction that is consistent with the Florida Building Code.


“The Art of Camera Movement” is much more than a slogan for CineMoves. It’s our passion! We are as excited about camera movement as our clients are about telling their story. It’s what gets our owner Scott Howell up in the morning without an alarm clock. Scott started in the business over 30 years ago as a grip working with some of the most respected Key Grips, DP’s and Directors in the business. He quickly took to the equipment used for moving the camera. In 1996 he started CineMoves with one simple modular crane. Today CineMoves is one of the largest and most respected suppliers of telescopic cranes in the world.

Interstate Mechanical

Interstate Mechanical based out of Knoxville Tennessee is a construction company who does all facets of construction, Road, Demolition, On-Site Building, etc. They use RFID supplied by Silent Partner Technologies to track their tools and equipment from the shop or storage facility to jobs on-site. Daily inventory checks are done by supervisors visiting each job site. The checks are done with a handheld scanner and take a fraction of the time that doing manual checks would take. Items are moved from one location the next with the handheld scanner software. The handheld can also be used to “find” a specific item by entering the tag ID in the seeker module, pulling the trigger and walking around. Once you are in “range” of the item you are looking for you will get a faint beep and signal movement on the meter. As you move closer to the item the signal gets higher in tone and the meter lights up more. This function alone saves man hours in trying to find items misplaced or “lost” on a job site.

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