Going Wireless

Birkland, Carol
March 2004
Fleet Equipment;Mar2004 Supplement, Vol. 30, p3
Trade Publication
Discusses ways to adopt wireless data communication in the transportation industry in the United States. Defining the application; Defining the business that needs wireless capabilities; Recording of requirements in a formal project document that can form the basis of a request for proposal.


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