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RFID starting to make real impact on business

With today's issue, Wisconsin Technology Network launches a special section devoted to radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. While the technology is not new, it is only now beginning to make a real impact on business. It is from that perspective that we present this series of articles on RFID, articles written by WTN writers and contributed by Wisconsin experts in business and academia......

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The strong presence of the packaging and printing industries in Wisconsin gives the state some competitive advantage in the RFID arena. While early use of RFID has involved placement of RFID tags on shipping pallets, more advanced uses have involved tagging ......

Full article >>> br> Subsequent issues will present stories on portable readers of RFID information, on a Madison bicycle company that has embraced the technology, on the technological issues of RFID signal antennas and on other issues and companies.

This special section also includes previous RFID stories published by Wisconsin Technology Network, including that on the recent opening of the RFID lab at U......

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Source:wistechnology.com By David Niles 10/12/05


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