Dayton RFID company lands contract with Colorado city

CDO Technologies has landed a contract with the City of Colorado Springs in Colorado to use its CDO RoadTag to better track street cut data.

Colorado Springs Public Works has purchased Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags that can be programmed with specific information about a street cut — such as contractor name and permit number—and placed beneath the final layer of pavement.

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Details of the contract were not released.

“CDO RoadTag has already been vetted and adopted by municipalities within Colorado,” said Brian Kelley, engineering support team manager. “Adopting this new technology is a best-practice focused on the needs of our Front Range cities and will save Colorado Springs time, money and effort, ultimately saving taxpayer dollars.”

Dayton-based CDO Technologies has been open since 1995. Its commercial customers include Allegion; CACI Technologies; Cintas Corporation; Delphi Thermal Systems; Gillette Company; Proctor and Gamble; the cities of Dayton and Riverside, Ohio, and Union City and Winchester, Indiana; Premier Health Partners; UnitedHealth Group; and Dayton, Euclid and Winchester, Ohio Public Schools.

In 2015, CDO Technologies was selected as a prime contractor for the U.S. Air Forces’ $6 billion Netcents 2NetOps SB contract; the U.S. Army’s $180 million AIT contract; and the U.S. Air Force $450 million Technical Data Support Services Enterprise (TDSSe) contract.