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RFID Document Security by NEC
NEC introduces an RFID-based document management system in Japan.
Aug 18, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
August 18, 2004—Japanese electronics giant NEC will implement a proprietary RFID-based document management system for a bank in Japan. RFID tags will actually be embedded in bank documents, allowing them to be tracked by readers affixed to bookshelves and filing cabinets. The system, which NEC claims is the first of its kind, is targeted at any organization that handles sensitive documents, including financial institutions, libraries, and banks. NEC predicted in January that sales of its RFID products could top $2 billion by 2010.
Read the article at Computerworld
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