Epcglobal inc., the organization charged with creating the standards that manufacturers of RFID
equipment and chips will live by, hit a milestone in December.
The potential for an even shorter transaction time exists if the product being purchased contains an RFID
chip as well, as illustrated in the beginning of this Note.
Private industry uses RFID
tags--active and especially passive--as well as other AIT extensively to improve the asset visibility and in-transit visibility of their supply chains.
The information encoded into RFID
cards could include citizens' entire lives--not just medical records, but education history and skills, work history, job evaluations, etc.--allowing potential access by foreign bureaucrats, hackers, and sundry criminals to one's most personal information.
The data stored in an RFID
tag can be updated--a retail price can be marked down, for example.
provides more immediate data, requires less manpower and, above all, increases operational efficiency.
The software program then verified that the correct barcode ID had been written to the RFID
DAILY specialize in producing arguably the world's most extensive line of RFID
Tag, Smart Label, Smart Card and RFID
Reader, which are suitable for any vertical markets, and have obtained the National Integrated Circuit Card Register Certificate, IC Card Manufacture License and ISO9001 Quality Management System Certification.
France especially has a complex relationship with RFID
, although its government announced in July it will invest Euro EUR4.5 million in NFC short-range radio signal (near field communication) and RFID
At the private business level, RFID
is mainly used for time and attendance management purposes in Pakistan.
For the past 10 years, radio-frequency identification (RFID
) has followed the classic buzzword trajectory that is typically a blessing and a curse for new technologies: Next-generation appeal, bursting hype, rampant confusion and fragmented success.
The value of the RFID
market in 2009 will rise to $5.56 billion, up from $5.25 billion in 2008, according to a new report by IDTechEx (www.idtechex.com ), a research and consulting firm.