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Implement 911 internal location identifier services
This specific location identifier is critical when reacting to events such as theft, mechanical breakdown or emergency response.
For data standards we have partnered with GS1--US to provide unique product and location identifier through our own Ag Industry Identification System (AGIIS) database.
It comes with a million-candlepower blue strobe, a 50-watt white area light, and a voice call location identifier.
The information in each listing includes the name and address of the installation, the exclusive Military Living location identifier, the mailing address required by the US Postal Service and other delivery systems, and a Web page address, if available, for each military installation listed.
waytag is a free and permanent location identifier that moves with an end-user wherever they are.
With a giant like Wal-Mart solidly behind it, the GLN is clearly viable as a standard location identifier in our industry as well, and we look forward to driving its use within healthcare to reduce supply chain costs and improve patient care.
Constructed of stainless steel, the tower is 42 inches high and has a camera-ready relay and mounting studs, as well as a 1 million candlepower blue strobe, a 50-watt white area-of-rescue light, and a call location identifier.