RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT : ETHICS AND IMPLEMENTATION

@inproceedings{Rosenberry2007RADIOFI,
  title={RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT : ETHICS AND IMPLEMENTATION},
  author={Daniel Rosenberry and Benjamin Smith},
  year={2007}
}
1 Daniel Rosenberry, dar55@pitt.edu, Bursic, 1:00 2 Benjamin Smith, bds27@pitt.edu, Vasko, 4:00 Abstract Radio frequency identification (RFID) chips are very small radio transponders that receive a signal from a reader and then return a signal conveying data about what the chip is tagging. A practical application of this technology is inventory and supply chain management. Items with embedded RFID chips can be tracked throughout a factory and can carry information about when and where they are… CONTINUE READING

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