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RFID: DC Waste Management
The NOS Sam RFID asset tracking system proved to be the right fit. The opportunity to put this system in place without disrupting daily operation was key to the success of this solution.
RFID Solution for Local Power Plant
In the cliffs of Calvert County Maryland, a local power plant serving over a million households was looking for a new way to solve an old problem in their equipment room.
International Law Firm
With a design layout employing the use of small hallway niches, NOS, Inc. was able to provide high-density bi-file filing systems. The systems were able to incorporate both standard locking lateral file cabinets, and open style library shelving.
The solution was an overall file room redesign. The company needed a high-density system to provide additional storage and create a more efficient system for the staff.
Large International Financial Agency
The opportunity to work on a large project with multiple parties showed how important good communication and an experienced project management team can lead to success.
The Enoch Pratt Free Library is the public library that serves Baltimore city and a portion of the surrounding area. A renovation was needed so that they could better serve over 20 branches and several mobile…
The State of Maryland and Herbiculture required that the distributed product be locked in a vault and be under the surveillance of multiple video recording devices. NOS, Inc. was challenged to survey, design and install a storage solution that met the client’s various requirements based on legal and workflow factors.
Major Law Firm
The firm has an extensive paper filing system and needed assistance with organizing exactly what would remain in paper form and what needed to be digitized.
The Patricia Handy Place for Women
To be able to have a safe place to put precious personal items can bring true peace of mind. National Office Systems was honored to be able to provide lockers for the Patricia Handy Place for Women – the first of the five homeless shelters in development by the Boswer Adminstration.
National Historic Site
With storage capacity for years to come, this museum can continue its mission of research and education, without additional real estate expenditures for storage.