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InSync Software Announces Integration of Impinj's xArray into iApp Platform, Expanding its List of Supported RFID and IOT Devices

As part of Impinj's Early Partner Access Program xArray reader/antenna is added to its list of supported devices in the recent Cobalt release of its iApp Software.

SAN JOSE, Calif., April 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- InSync today announced the capability in its iApp Cobalt software release to leverage Impinj's xArray reader for asset and people tracking applications. As part of Impinj's Early Access Program InSync was able to familiarize itself with the technology, and work with the xArray in its facility in San Jose, Ca. Early access additionally allowed InSync to incorporate it in the list of supported devices in the recent release (Cobalt) of its award-winning RFID software, iApp. InSync is demonstrating this capability in its booth at the RFID Live Show in Orlando April 8 to 10th.

End-users with asset tracking needs that require RTLS visibility, at passive RFID cost levels can take advantage of the xArray reader capabilities to track real-time movement and directionality incorporated into one of InSync's many asset tracking templates for tracking assets and personnel. iApps user-friendly configuration tools allow customers to easily incorporate visual media, define zones, alerts messaging and reporting to provide feedback of asset movements and histories.

InSync's award-winning iApp software powers RFID, GPS and sensor-driven asset tracking and management applications across a variety of industries including Aerospace, Government, High Tech and Oil and Gas . Beyond support for the xArray Reader, the Cobalt release features an easy-to-use toolbox, support for HTML5, and expanded mobile features in addition to form building utility, ActionView™ and a Report building module, iApp Vista™.

"We are pleased to announce that InSync Software is an Early Access Program partner," said Ken Nickel, Channel Sales Manager at Impinj. "InSync's outstanding platform and wide array of solution templates will allow customers to better harness and visualize the precise readings that our xArray reader system provides."

"The xArray technology provides some exciting possibilities for our customers," said Ravi Panja, CEO, Co-Founder of InSync. "The ability to provide location co-ordinates in addition to identity with passive technology has been a challenge for the industry. We look forward to incorporating this technology to solve a new set of use cases working closely with Impinj."

About InSync Software 
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InSync Software's iApp powers the world's leading RFID, GPS and sensor-driven connected asset applications. Whether utilized through the cloud (SaaS) or on-premises, InSync's iApp platform and line-of-business applications allow end-users, managed service providers and ISVs to rapidly realize the benefits a highly connected world, providing increased asset visibility, improved operational efficiencies and reduced risk. Learn more at www.insyncinfo.com  

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