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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2005

    A great first read on the subject

    Today, RFID is not just another passing technology Fad. Companies have realized that these tiny tags are going to revolutionize their whole supply chain. According to a recent Datamonitor survey of the top 300 manufacturers in the US and Europe, 60 percent already have an RFID project underway- and many more manufacturers are investing. This, along with the fact that nearly half of the RFID projects in 2004 failed, makes it a necessity for all decision makers about RFID in the organizations to truly understand its capabilities. It's easy to get cut up in the hype surrounding the ever evolving world of RFID. There is a lot of misinformation and empty promises about what RFID can & can't do, resulting in more confusion. In an easy to understand and fun to read format, RFID FOR DUMMIES, cuts through all this. It covers all the basic information anyone needs to know about RFID, including: An introduction to RFID, Dealing with privacy issues,How to prepare a business case, Guidelines for site assessments, pilot programs and full deployments, Developing and RFID strategy,Fitting RFID into Strategic Plans, Regulatory issues concerning RFID and What to look for when considering outsourcing. RFID FOR DUMMIES, is a great first-read on the subject. Tough it does not go in depth, it shapes mental framework in which reader can place future reading. If you are considering RFID from design, implementation or management perspective, then this is the book.

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