Awards Finalist for Most Innovative Use of RFID

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The finalists for this award, given to the end-user company with the most novel use of RFID technology, are: Age Steel, for its use of an RFID-enabled drone to take inventory of steel products in a 65,000 square-meter yard; NASA Marshall Space Flight, for its use of a passive RFID temperature sensor inside a Urine Processing Unit, enabling it to recover the most amount of water possible; Trigger Smart, for is use of RFID to create a smart gun that f...

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