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8 Conclusion: The Next Steps for Europe 185 Quasi-Autonomous and Non-Governmental Organisations The stakeholder group “Quasi-Autonomous and Non-Governmental Organisa- tions” should actively raise their voice in the discussions about RFID when it comes to topics interesting for the groups they represent. They should cooperate closely with other representatives of their stakeholder group and also with all other stakeholder groups to ensure that urgent topics are spread and discussed quickly. Recommendation Chapter, Page Support the development of proper data exchange standards 3, 19 Harmonised international standards and application-specific standards should only be established if generic standards are not sufficient 3, 40 Identify the needs for data protection and data security of different application fields and support the development of corresponding guidelines and suitable secu- rity standards 3, 44 Be actively involved in the process of updating the RFID Implementation Checklist as a guiding instrument for writing guidelines 4, 79 The protection of personal data should be ensured without imposing unreasonable burdens upon the RFID users 5, 98 Other means aside from CE marking to inform and protect citizens should be enacted 5, 101 Support the assessment of environmental impact of RFID 5, 102 Encourage European participation in patent pools 5, 114 Support an international approach with regards to Intellectual Property Rights 5, 114 Support an open innovation environment to ease the rapid flow of ideas through the RFID value chain 7, 169
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186 8 Conclusion: The Next Steps for Europe RFID End User Companies The stakeholder group “RFID End User Companies” should actively put forth their opinion in the discussions about standards, guidelines, legal aspects, and research policy especially whenever it comes to application topics. It is important that they raise their voice individually or via their business associations in order to actively shape the RFID future. Recommendation Chapter, Page Support creating fewer but broadly accepted standards 3, 19 Support the topic of better cooperation between different code issuing agencies 3, 27 Support harmonising the standardisation for Internet of Things and RFID 3, 28 Support the development of proper data exchange standards 3, 31 Harmonised international standards and application-specific standards should only be established if generic standards are not sufficient 3, 40 Identify the needs for data protection and data security of different application fields and support the development corresponding guidelines and suitable security standards 3, 44 Support the approach that guidelines have to be application- and addressee-specific 4, 79 Become actively involved in the process of updating the RFID Implementation Checklist as guiding instrument for writing guidelines 4, 79 Public information on RFID is crucial 5, 97 Self regulation and guidelines enacted by industry should be welcome and used 5, 99 Ensure compliance with EMF legal framework 5, 101 Support work towards a community patent for Europe 5, 114 Support an open innovation environment to ease the rapid flow of ideas through the RFID value chain 7, 169 Support Europe-wide RFID deployment
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