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Identifying Handwritten Data

The next chapter: writing RFID label information by hand.
By Andrew Price
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The writing is on the tag.
By Mark Roberti

Feb. 1, 2006—RFID is great for quickly retrieving data about an object, but putting that information into a transponder requires an interrogator and a computer that associates an Electronic Product Code with the object in a database. DramaView Technology wants to simplify the process by making it possible to handwrite data onto an RFID label.

The company has developed a material that physically captures information handwritten onto it; when the substrate is hit with RF energy, it reflects back the image. Software converts the signal into letters and numbers. The system could be used with EPC labels to create a smart label that provides a unique serial number and handwritten information. DramaView is seeking partners or investors to help it write another chapter in RFID’s history.
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