What is RFID?
RFID stands for "Radio Frequency IDentification" which is a technology using radio waves to transmit and receive data from a tag/label attached to or embedded into an object. The tag/label stores information in the chip which can be read from some millimeters up to several hundred meters away.
Within the RFID family you find also:
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Major advantages of RFID compared to traditional barcode:
What are the major applications and driving factors?
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The major driving factors for implementing RFID are:
RFID is not the future, RFID is already in everyones daily live
At your home, you can find RFID in:
When you travel, you can find RFID in:
In your pocket, you can find RFID in:
In your free time, you can find RFID in:
When you are using your car, you can find RFID in:
When you practice sport, you can find RFID in:
This list is not completed and shows only some of the big potential RFID has.
Interesting RFID links
- The International RFID Business Assocation
- RFID community in Europe
- RFID Wikipedia
- Offical RFID website of the European Commission
- EU Recommendation on the implementation of privacy and data protection principles in applications supported by radio frequency identification
- GS1- the most important RFID standards organisation
- Database of major RFID standards worldwide
- Overview of worldwide RFID frequency regulations
- Map of RFID deployments worldwide
- RFID for the consumer
- RFID projects in Germany
- Database of RFID tags
- Whitepaper RFID in Healthcare
- The Intelligent Hospital combining state of the art technologies
- NFC trials, tests and implementations around the world
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