Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) started out as a widespread way for logistics and supply chain companies to be able to track shipments. As research has become more sophisticated, the ways that RFID is used today have morphed to an unbelievable degree. When Mario Cardullo and Charles Watson invented the electronic technology in 1973, they had no idea where it would lead. Most people who use RFID technology don’t even realize it. For instance, how many times have you used your E-Z Pass to avoid stopping to pay tolls?
RFID Grows from Common Sense Logistics to Potential Life-Saving Equipment
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