Here’s an interesting article on how Legoland Denmark is using RFID on wristbands to help parents keep track of their children. In the next few years companies will spend billions on RFID for supply chain management, potentially saving hundreds of billions of dollars in costs, according to the Yankee Group.
As passive RFID tags become ubiquitous, some contemplate the Big Brother scenarios and the continued erosion of privacy. But what positive benefits can we anticipate which may improve our quality of life and the efficiency of the marketplace?
I own several books on the history of the bar code. Can someone recommend a book for me on how RFID will impact business and life in the coming years?
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