With RFID use growing in retail and healthcare, which sectors will be the next to embrace the technology on a widespread basis?
Hospital Distrital de Santarém is employing an RFID solution from Biolog-ID to view the storage of blood cells and their delivery to patients, and to analyze use over time to increase availability and reduce waste.
The study, conducted by VCD Research and the RAIN Alliance, predicts technology growth will continue at an average 25 percent annually as more applications emerge.
The consultant has seen the industry through decades of rises and falls, including deployments across global companies and fighting the headwinds of patent litigation.
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