What would be involved in doing this?
Well, you could connect an Ethernet cable and assign the reader an IP address. But generally speaking, you wouldn’t connect a reader to the Internet. An RFID reader connects to a server by running some middleware that filters collected data and stores it in a database. You could then make the information in the database accessible via the Internet, just as you would with any other online database.
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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