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RFID Helps Fight the War on Terror

RFID plays an important role in homeland security at U.S. ports as incoming shipments are increasing tagged.
Aug 13, 2004This article was originally published by RFID Update.

August 13, 2004—Behind supply chain tracking, security is often considered RFID's second most useful application. As the U.S. government tries to patch the holes at its borders to prevent terrorist infiltration, RFID is increasingly playing a role in tracking shipments and containers coming into the country. According to some, RFID is "the answer for homeland defense at [U.S.] ports."

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