A piece in the RFID journal by Florian Michahelles and Elgar Fleisch hints at the concept of an internet of things - where we navigate our real world with access to as much content (and apps) as we have in our virtual one.

A piece in the RFID Journal by Florian Michahelles and Elgar Fleisch hints at the concept of an internet of things – where we navigate our real world with access to as much content (and apps) as we have in our virtual one. All the RFID makers need to do is overcome a few standards and include the rest us:

As RFID becomes ubiquitous in various industries, the efficiencies it brings to supply chains will extend to other business processes. But companies will not be able to unleash RFID's myriad benefits if the technology continues to exclude consumers. At the same time, if consumers could experience immediate benefits from RFID, it would lower or even dissolve their resistance to the technology.

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