With the rise of radio frequency identification (RFID) applications, more and more businesses are looking for ways to use RFID tags and readers to keep track of inventory, prevent theft, and control access to secure areas.
The technology is far from mature in many areas, and most businesses are just skimming the surface of what's possible with RFID.
Looking toward the future, industry insiders expect RFID to infiltrate airports, office buildings, warehouses, private homes, hospitals, parking lots, and just about anywhere people live, work or play.
That's why we're spotlighting an RFID infographic called "The Future of RFID."
If you've been surfing the web lately, you've probably seen infographics popping up everywhere. Short for information graphic, infographics combine statistics, words and pictures in a way that makes it more digestible for us.
Created by ThingMagic, a division of Trimble, the RFID infographic below highlights benefits in industries like healthcare, retail, transportation and construction, and shows how companies are already saving money.
How will RFID impact your industry or your life? How is your company using RFID right now to streamline processes and save money? Leave a comment below and tell us how you expect the future to look with RFID.
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