Although the RFID hype is relatively new, RFID has actually been
around since the 1940's. RFID was used to determine if a plane was
friend or foe in WWII. It is only since the Wal-Mart and Department
of Defense mandates were announced in mid-2003 that the world took
holds the promise of next generation automation in the data collection
and supply chain areas of business. For that to happen, the RFID
data must be integrated with many data sources, and in many cases
the data is shared up and down the supply chain. Consequently, RFID
projects can become quite complex.
With over 6 years experience working with RFID, and because we understand
RFID's unique challenges, we eliminate a lot of the risk involved
with implementing RFID.