If so, can you please provide some examples?
Most document-management systems use passive high-frequency (HF) or passive ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) technology, though the Florida Office of the State Attorney’s 15th Judicial Circuit is using passive RFID tags integrated with a real-time location system (RTLS) to track the thousands of felony case files that the court system processes annually (see Florida Prosecutor Uses RFID to Track Files in Real Time and Florida Court Ups Its RFID System). There is a company called FileTrail that offers an RFID-enabled document-management solution. That would be a good place to start. Here are a few articles we’ve written about RFID document-management systems:
• Law Firm Uses RFID to Track Every Page of Confidential Documents
• Paris-based Law Firm Adopts RFID to Track Documents
• RFID Brings Order to the Law
• Thinking Outside the Carton: Using RFID for Document Management
• With Thousands of Paper Records to Manage, U.K. Hospital Gets Help from RFID
• RFID Solution Tracks 100,000 Individual Documents
• RFID Secures Discarded Documents—and the Process of Shredding Them
• Asahi Glass Co. Tracks Documents via Smart Shelves
• MIT Research Lab Taps RFID to Manage Files
• RFID File Tracking for Military Personnel Records
• RFID File Tracking is Heating Up
• Bahrain Government Agency Tracks Files With RFID
• Real Estate Files Found With RFID
• Fort Hood to RFID-Tag Medical Records
• Maryland Court Tries UHF RFID File-Tracking System
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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