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Unformatted text preview: Joel Vitta RFID symposium The RFID symposium was a large even of which the main topic focuses on how RFID can help the different supply chains methods. After talking to some people from different companies that make RFIDs I was quickly informed of the different designs and materials involved to make the different RFIDs. Companies MACOM, SIRIT and Zebra which are involved in developing solution for companies interested in using RFIDs in their everyday business activities, attended this event to demonstrate how an RFID chip can help a business become more efficient. The main focus was on how RFIDs help the supply chain. From the start of making goods to the end, RFID sound like a cost effective method when dealing with hundreds of products. One of the most impressive parts of the symposium was how RFIDs are using from the beginning of the manufacturing process, all the way until the end user gets the product. For example, when a product is received in a companys inventory, instead of using a bar code to...
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2008 for the course MGT 3325 taught by Professor Umble during the Fall '08 term at Baylor.
- Fall '08