Do you feel the most popular RFID everywhere

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Do you feel the ubiquitous RFID

at present, whenever we talk about radio frequency identification technology RFID, we will call it a technology that is as widely used in all corners of the world as paper and wheels. At present, RFID has a very wide range of applications, from Bulgaria to Namibia, from Azerbaijan to the Antarctic There are more than 10000 RFID projects worldwide, and thousands of hardware and service providers. However, this is only the beginning

RFID can be seen in the whole process of human life from birth to death. It is found on the test tube storing sperm. Newborn babies can use it to mark, even on the coffin (the federal emergency management agency applies RFID tags to corpses). More than 50000 libraries need to use RFID to mark the collection materials

IDTechEx collected 2300 cases of RFID technology in 85 countries and more than 2500 organizations, including those mentioned above. And as RFID technology is widely used worldwide, the information of application cases is growing at twice the rate of last year

the following are some famous cases of RFID Application in some countries in the world:

Algeria and Serbia and Montenegro use RFID assisted postal systems, the Philippines uses RFID currency storage cards to replace cash, Slovenia uses RFID for traffic charges, Finland uses RFID to track elk, New Zealand uses RFID to track and manage wild plants, Japan uses RFID to mark sushi, and the Antarctic uses RFID to study the living habits of penguins, Thailand uses RFID to control bird flu prevention, South Africa uses RFID for ore tracking management, Canadians use RFID for tracking food trailers used on aircraft, tracking and managing rare fish, and Italy uses RFID to guide ships into berths. Australia uses RFID to manage property, and Britain uses RFID to study the habits of insects, elks and other animals. South Korea applies RFID to the museum automatic tour guide system, and France uses RFID to prevent art theft

compared with its traditional non RFID technology, RFID technology is a great improvement in preventing theft. From Casio chips in the United States to multi-function bank cards in Azerbaijan, from ID cards in China and Yemen to laptop theft prevention in Brazil, and criminal evidence archives in Britain, RFID can be seen. It is so widely used that people can hardly imagine the next application field of RFID technology

several points that should be paid attention to at present in the use and production of RFID:

RFID and government procurement

RFID companies that believe that RFID technology is limited to the supply management of civil goods will lose a great market share. A little study of the current procurement trends in the RFID market and areas where the competition is relatively less intense. For example, the U.S. military and Lockheed Martin have reached an RFID order worth up to $425million. Many companies are competing for the Chinese ID card program worth $6billion. In addition, other public companies have been salivating for the British ID card program for a long time. It is not difficult to find that the government often has a large-scale application plan for RFID, For example, Saudi Arabia uses RFID tags on postal parcels, and Hong Kong is applying RFID to cargo transportation

rfid and security protection

most governments are most concerned about the security of RFID technology. What is the reason why a Swedish company has become the overlord of RFID today? That is its information security access technology

rfid and item management, anti-counterfeiting

those whose eyes are limited to using RFID to replace bar codes or only for general commodity supply management are heading towards a dead end. The most widely used RFID in the medical field is AstraZeneca's anesthetic diprivan transportation management. Many drug management tests using RFID technology are to reduce the error rate. The t-display experimental curve read act of the United States also helps to introduce RFID technology into the field of tire management. Fonterra of New Zealand, the world's largest dairy company, purchased 500000 labels for effective commodity management. In drug management, manual records are often prone to errors. If RFID tags are added to thousands of blood or drug test tubes, the information will be automatically recorded by the background database, which can effectively avoid errors. The use of RFID tags for newborns to avoid mismatches has been applied to hospitals in Germany and the United States. Previously, according to statistics, there were as many as 20000 such errors in the United States alone every year. In addition to item management, RFID technology has also been applied to the anti-counterfeiting of drugs, tobacco and other commodities, which are beyond the traditional fault handling method of spring testing machine, item tracking function. Only the above-mentioned commodities are expected to bring a market of 150billion to the RFID industry every year

future development

r high efficiency and high testing accuracy FID is currently applied to safety, goods management, anti-counterfeiting and other aspects, which can effectively reduce costs, increase sales, crack down on crime, and bring convenience to people There is no doubt that RFID has more applications to explore

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