The performance of tags—even those of the same make and model—can vary greatly. To achieve high read rates, design systems to read the weakest tags.
History shows that lots of things people say are impossible can be achieved.
Tags combined with an extended EPCglobal Network could eradicate a scourge.
The widespread use of RFID for tagging individual items is a pipe dream, but a viable alternative exists.
Given concerns about RFID, companies need a high-level privacy strategy.
A distributed EPC Network architecture based on open standards is needed to enable companies to take advantage of EPC data.
You don’t have to be as big as Wal-Mart to benefit from RFID, as long as you think strategically and act tactically.
Savvy companies will manage the risk around RFID adoption, not avoid it.
Managing the risk of an RFID deployment means knowing when to move from a slap-and-ship approach to a full-scale integration.
For a deployment to succeed, RFID must be part of a larger digital identity strategy.