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Intelligent tracking technologies include global positioning systems (GPS), geographic information systems (GIS), wireless telecommunications and radio frequency identification (RFID). Today these technologies are both intelligent and integrated.

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Perhaps more than any other technology, intelligent tracking has the potential to contribute to improvements in manufacturing and to the entire supply chain from orders of raw materials and sub-assemblies through product assembly, testing and distribution. Intelligent tracking technologies offer opportunities for increased efficiencies and improved Customer service. Intelligent tracking implies that the information is gathered automatically and improves a system by reducing the time needed between value-added steps and thus improves efficiency and cycle time. Devices not only collect their own data, but they also are capable of analyzing it and performing necessary actions to a process autonomously.

For example, suppose an RFID reader is integrated with a computer attached to a wireless telecommunications device. The result is a capability to read a tag attached to a truck on a toll road and automatically bill the carriers account. If the truck is also outfitted with GPS, then positional information may be transmitted.