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Active RFID and Sensor Networks 2011-2021: IDTechEx
Active RFID and Sensor Networks 2011-2021
Forecasts, players, opportunities
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This IDTechEx report comprehensively analyzes the technologies, players and markets with detailed ten year forecasts, including tag numbers, unit prices and interrogator numbers and prices. Details of over 75 active RFID implementations...
Chipless RFID - The End Game | IDTechEx Research Article
Chipless RFID - The End Game
RFID tags that do not contain a silicon chip are called chipless tags. The primary potential benefit of the most promising chipless tags is that eventually they could be printed directly on products and packaging for 0.1 cents and replace ten trillion barcodes yearly with something far more versatile and reliable. Learn more from exclusive new IDTechEx research.
Cost reduction in retailing & products using RFID ...
Cost reduction in retailing & products using RFID
Consumers usually welcome price reduction. For that to be enduring, the supplier and retailer must reduce costs. RFID on trucks, pallets and cases is achieving this in many ways but the tagging of individual items is revealing yet richer rewards, even though it is at a much earlier stage. This article explains where we and retailers see RFID...
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RFID for Animals, Food and Farming 2011-2021: Forecasts ...
One of the best examples of a niche billion dollar and highly profitable market in RFID is that for animals, food and farming. In this report IDTechEx find that by 2021 the market will have increased 3.7 fold from $1.17 billion in 2011 to $4.09 billion.
It is and will be mainly a systems business throughout as shown below. Indeed, in some cases suppliers subsidise the cost of the tags, offering...