Low-cost RFID is a disruptive technology that will have a profound impact on the market and established tag makers. Mark Roberti explains why.
Some of the biggest companies in the world are clamoring for low-cost RFID systems. But vendors don't want to invest in developing them.
Just as the American people have become complacent about another anthrax attack, retailers have become complacent about Wal-Mart using technology to crush them.
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Which companies will be among the winners when RFID finally takes off?
Don't be fooled by wild promises from RFID vendors and integrators. By Susy d'Hont, Marketing Manager, Matrics
RFID is catching on as a payment method, but the industry needs an Auto-ID Center-like consortium to create standards.
This unique partnership between corporations and academia is creating a global standard - the Electronic Product Code - for identifying unique items.
Contrary to popular belief, bar codes are not free, and for some applications, RFID is actually cheaper.
You bet it is, and smart companies are studying ways to take advantage of it right now.