RFID Technology

Radio Frequency Identification or RFID is the new generation Auto ID technology that uses radio or wireless communication to uniquely identify and transmit data relating to an item, object, or an individual.

Invented in 1948 and first-used during the IInd World War by the US Army for identification of friend or foe (IFF) aircrafts; RF technology gained commercial acceptance during the 1980s and 90s.

It has been widely used across a multitude of industry sectors, and applications as varied as access control, livestock identification, airline baggage tracking, automated vehicle identification & industrial automation.

With adoption of Gen2 EPC (UHF passive) standards (developed at the MIT Auto-ID Center and now managed by EPC Global), the adoption of RFID systems is set to explode as major retailers rely on the technology for 100% real time supply-chain visibility (up to item level).

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