Analysis: 75 Case Studies of Active RFID in Action
For the future, IDTechEx forecasts an increase in longer range applications as they become lower cost and less cumbersome. A possible candidate may be the location of people and assets using single beams rather than triangulation because of the lower cost and simpler infrastructure. That would open up consumer markets for hand held interrogators to find lost children and track pets that carry a small, cheap active RFID tag. This could lead to ubiquitous interrogators in healthcare, industry, etc, to home in on specific items, even for the police to chase thieves by homing in on stolen goods.
Learn about the full technology, hear actual case studies and assess the technologies at Europe’s first summit and exhibition dedicated to active RFID and RTLS - Active RFID Europe in London on September 20, Guoman Tower Hotel. See www.activerfideurope.com for details or www.activeRFIDsummit.com for details on our upcoming American Summit on 14-15 November in Atlanta. The industries only Active RFID/RTLS focused events!
For detailed IDTechEx forecasts on Active RFID, read our report Active RFID 2006-2016.