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Group Efforts Helping Companies Achieve RFID Success
Some comapnies trying to work through the hurdles of RFID have taken to working together to sort through the problems collaboratively.
Oct 07, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
October 7, 2004—With the market still immature, the technology imperfect, and the deadlines tight, many companies are having a difficult time mastering RFID. In response, some of these RFID adopters are coming together to sort through the problems collaboratively. In Michigan, for example, an RFID users group, which includes the likes of Pfizer, Stryker, and Western Michigan University, gets together monthly to swap notes. In other instances, companies pool resources to share the costs of RFID pilots. And the Internet-based RFID Tribe initiative is seeking to set up chapters in localities thoughout the U.S. for companies to participate in regular RFID discussions, author white papers, and other collaborative endeavors.
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