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Pharmaceuticals Industry Expected To Lead In RFID Tags On Items
Jul 13, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
July 13, 2004—ARC Advisory Group released research this week indicating that pharmaceuticals might be the first industry to deploy item-level RFID tagging. Unlike, say, razorblades, the high per-item cost of a bottle of pharmaceuticals justifies the expense of individual tagging. Further motivation includes FDA pressure, anti-counterfeiting benefits, and easier recalling.
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