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Growing RFID Activity in Asia
IDTechEx's comprehensive RFID Knowledgebase indicates growing RFID activity in Asia, where suppliers and government are driving iniatives.
Dec 14, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
December 14, 2004—As the penetration of RFID technology increases around the world, so too does the number of case studies covered in IDTechEx's RFID Knowledgebase. The online repository of RFID deployment case studies has surpassed the 1,300 mark, with over 1,350 companies covered. Recent trends reflected in the knowledgebase's demographics include growing RFID activity in Asia. Unlike in the U.S. and Europe, Asian RFID adoption is not retailer mandate-driven. Instead, initiatives are often headed by government and the suppliers themselves. (This is certainly consistent with today's RFID Update story above regarding the South Korean government's interest in RFID.)
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