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Taiwan Behind in RFID Development
A study commissioned by the Institute for Information Industry in Taiwan found the nation serious lacking in its embrace of RFID.
Nov 12, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
November 12, 2004—A study commissioned by the government-sponsored Institute for Information Industry in Taiwan found the otherwise tech-savvy nation serious lacking in its embrace of RFID. According to the survey of 256 companies sampled across the manufacturing, transportation, logistics and distribution centers, and medical care industries, only 8% have actually integrated RFID. Perhaps more significantly, more than half of those interviewed did not even know what RFID is. The study predictably recommends a concerted government effort to encourage RFID development in Taiwan. Assuming that advice is taken, the country will be added to a growing list of Asian countries vying to be the region's RFID leader; South Korea, Singapore, India, and China all have RFID initiatives underway.
Read the article at DigiTimes
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