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Greater IoT Proliferation is Possible Through RFID-Tagged Smart Paper

Paper is one of the most ubiquitous materials on the planet. As a medium, it can assist the IoT world by being implemented with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), which can turn normal paper into a responsive medium of communication. Its applications include supply chain inventory tracking, as well as retail and warehouse storage. The thin, low-cost tags can also be printed onto currency, legal documents, and concert tickets, helping to combat counterfeiting. This unique medium has sensing capabilities and operates just like the sensor on your phone screen, communicating gestures such as touching, tapping, swiping, or sliding to a remote computer. The small RFID tags are what make the paper smart, adding the interactive component to what previously was just a normal piece of paper.

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