Monday, May 18, 2009
A recent Associated Press article states:
PEMBINA, N.D. — New technology is being installed at the U.S.-Canada border crossing at Pembina, in northeastern North Dakota.
Radio frequency identification readers are being installed in all vehicle inspection lanes.
The technology can read chip-enabled travel documents, promising shorter waits for travelers who have them.
The technology is being installed at 39 ports of entry along the Canada and Mexico borders
More details: RFID Technology Installation to Begin in Pembina, North Dakota