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RFID 15693 Tags And Chips: Are They Living Up to Expectations

We now have RFID Tags that can be read from 69 feet, not just any RFID Tags or using just any system, no this system and these tags were designed by Hackers at the annual Defcon conference in Las Vegas Nevada. No matter who designed it, it works and one of the biggest problems with RFID in the passive type tags was range. Having a system, which can read them from afar or through containers means additional security can be achieved in the transportation industry. This means we can use them in cargo containers, trucks, and shipping containers. Imagine a truck driving down the freeway and the Smart Highway reads what is inside. Not just what is inside, but every single package in every box, on every pallet; think of the possibilities?

Originally there seem to be quite a bit of hype over RFID iso15693 tags and the industry said it would revolutionize the World and then things were quiet for while as things did not pan out. Nevertheless, technology is now advancing to a large degree.

Now HP has chips small enough and there are lots of cool technologies, attached to sensors, better batteries for Cargo Container safety and sense. They are designing better systems and the tags themselves are getting a lot less expensive; both active and passive RFID Tags.

Indeed, the show must go on and the technology is very much needed, but how are things going right now? Well, Wal-Mart is only minimally using RFID, and even Gillette's corporate plans for the super distribution, robotic factories still leave a lot to be desired, but their initiatives have made headway as well as those of the United States Military.

Now they have RFID printables and the tags can be produced quickly and cheaply on labels like bar codes thus dropping the price within range to have them at the actual product level at the retails and not just on the boxes or pallet shipments. What does this mean?

It means better cradle to grave tracking for hazardous waste products and better real-time inventory to streamline systems. Yes, all computerized and ready to go in a complete solution. So, things are coming along, although a little bit slower than originally anticipated. Consider all this in 2006.

We can use this knowledge to show where everything is at all times in our massive transportation and distribution network, which serves 300 million people. Imagine FEMA needing something, which just happens to be passing by on the detour route? Re-directing the freight can save lives. Having such instant information about our civilization can help shippers, distributors, and system monitoring folks with real-time data, which can help us to streamline our system to the ultimate efficiency. This efficiency will give back to the whole of our civilization in increased profits and lower costs to our citizens.

on April 4 at 9:05

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