RFID Sewn In

RFID Sewn In
Innovation
Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 14 august 2008

We’ve started to see the introduction of RFID to track things like store inventory, travelers in airports and passport holders – and next, we may find our clothing trackable too. Tests my clothing manufacturers in Italy have created a trackable RFID tag that can be sewn into garments and withstand washing machines and ironing. We’re sure the guys behind this test don’t intend to make us all trackable at anytime – but it makes you wonder how connected our clothes will be in the future. RFID Journal reports:

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