RFID (1/3)

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Open Source RFID Project
“And here [cryolite.ath.cx – http://cryolite.ath.cx/perl/skin/prox] – also cached at [google.com] – is a proximity/rfid copier and spoofer. It can read cards passively (while another reader interrogates them) or actively, and can later pretend it’s the card when interrogated.”
EPC
EPCglobal is leading the development of industry-driven standards for the Electronic Product Code? (EPC) to support the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
The internet of things
The launch of the EPC came just weeks after Wal-Mart – the biggest retailer in the world – demanded that its main 100 suppliers place RFid tags on all its pallets and cases by 2005. But just as the tags begin to be placed on retail items, a small but determined opposition is stirring up a storm of protest.
IDTechEx
IDTechEx provides independent analysis on the development and application of RFID, smart packaging and printed electronics
the standards based open source RFID project
Radio Frequency Identification for Business
The RFID Weblog – “Implementation and Application of RFID technology “
RFID in Japan

por Vitor Silva



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