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NASA To Test RFID-Enabled Access Cards
Jul 29, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
July 29, 2004—NASA is going to test a new RFID-based security card system at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama. If the test proves a success, the world-famous agency will probably expand the program to 100,000 cards before the end of 2005. The RFID chips used in the smart cards are provided by electronics giant Philips.
Read the article at InformationWeek
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