radio frequency identification


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radio frequency identification

n. Abbr. RFID
A method of tracking and identifying objects by affixing very small radio transmitters that contain a microchip and antenna.
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Radio Frequency Identification Comprehensive Study by Type (Tags, Reader, Software), Components (Passive RFID, Active RFID, Others), Working (Passive RFID, Active RFID), End-Users (BFSI, Animal Tracking/Agriculture, Commercial, Transportation, Healthcare, Logistics and Supply Chain, Aerospace, Defense, Retail, Security and Access Control, Sports, Others), Frequency (Low Frequency (125 kHz, 134.2 kHz), High Frequency (13.56 MHz), Players and Region - Asia-Pacific Market Outlook to 2024
Visit the Healthcare Radio Frequency Identification Market, 2013-2020 report http://www.ihealthcareanalyst.com/report/healthcare-radio-frequency-identification-market/
It comes as advances in technology and the falling costs encourage greater take-up of radio frequency identification systems.
Workshop on Radio Frequency Identification System Security (2014: Hualien, Taiwan) Edited by Nai-Wei Lo, Yingjiu Li, and Kuo-Hui Yeh
Identive said that the agreement builds on the existing business relationship between the two companies, which currently includes cooperation on secure identification applications such as contactless readers for government and employee ID programmes, near field communications (NFC) stickers for mobile phones and smart posters and radio frequency identification (RFID) tags.
Computer and information scientists explore issues and solutions involved in maintaining the security of radio frequency identification (RFID) systems, which are replacing bar codes for inventory control, grocery check-out, and similar tasks.
"Making the Most of RFID in Libraries" is a librarian's complete and comprehensive guide to Radio Frequency Identification. With the primary purpose of helping librarians decide if RFID is worth the effort for their libraries, it covers the technologies applications as a management system, the privacy issues that could emerge, possible health problems, installing the system, and training one's employees, as well as its viability in the future.
THE EUROPEAN Commission has released formal optional guidelines on the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) tags on clothing and other products and packaging, saying they should become operational only if consumers explicitly opt-in at the point of sale.
India-based private sector bank Yes Bank (YESBANK.NS) has launched Radio Frequency Identification Device (RFID) services in its branch in New Delhi.
has unveiled plans to adopt radio frequency identification for products supplied by its Chinese suppliers.
Advanced ID (www.advancedidcorp.com), Calgary, Alberta, Canada, a developer of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology applications focusing on the tire management industry, announced that Qingdao Mesnac, a Chinese tire production equipment and software maker with significant tire manufacturing operations, has become the world's first tire manufacturer to commit to embedding Advanced ID's RFID tire tags in a commercial truck line.
PolyIC, BASF, Evonik Industries, Elantas Beck and Siemens have announced the launch of a new German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)-sponsored alliance project called MaDriX to advance the development of high-performance printable radio frequency Identification (RFID) tags.

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