Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tagging is now mandated by the department of defense and many of the world’s largest retailers including Wal-Mart. In order to stay competitive, more than 200,000 manufacturers and suppliers must develop strategies for integrating RFID technologies into their supply chains.
RFID in Logistics: A Practical Introduction provides businesses and other relevant concerns with an authoritative step-by-step guide to the implementation and diverse applications of this revolutionary communications technology.
- Survey RFID applications in entertainment, credit devices, wireless communications, healthcare, and libraries
- Learn about both active and passive system components testing models
- Examine best practices for integrating RFID technology into the supply chain
Combining techniques from computer, electrical, and industrial engineering, RFID in Logistics: A Practical Introduction supplies the basic instruction needed to develop and implement RFID technology.
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Understanding RFID. RFID Integrated Logistics Models. Principles in Practice.
Jones, Erick C.; Chung, Christopher A.