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The RFID Market's Holiday Wish List
In this guest article from AMR Research, analyst Dennis Gaughan shares a holiday wish list for RFID in 2006. He offers four key elements that would make next year a successful one for the technology.
Dec 22, 2005—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
December 22, 2005—As we close out another busy year, thoughts turn to gift giving as well as giving thanks for the people in our lives. This is also the time of year when children are on their best behavior, hoping that their efforts have been rewarded with an Xbox 360 or an iPod Nano. For the RFID community, 2005 has been a year of incredible activity with continued expansion of pilot deployments and maturation of the technology. As we look forward to 2006, AMR Research expects the level of activity to be even higher. Overall, the RFID market still has a ways to go before it becomes mainstream, and challenges persist in identifying new opportunities for getting value through the use of RFID.
Just like all the children and their wish lists, I have taken the liberty of creating a wish list for the RFID market for 2006. It's an abbreviated list of four key developments that, if happen successfully and on time, will help significantly push the market forward:
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