Rfid in June 2005: a Fundamental Innovation for the Retail Industry

Abstract

In 2005, radio frequency identification (RFID) was quite new in the way it could be applied massively to supply chains. RFID was based on a small computer chip, no bigger than a grain of sand, with an antenna, called an “RFID tag” or “smart chip.” The chip stored a number sequence, to a certain degree similar to the barcode. The numerical code was read with… (More)

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@inproceedings{Muoz2006RfidIJ, title={Rfid in June 2005: a Fundamental Innovation for the Retail Industry}, author={Nicolas J Mu{\~n}oz and Brian Subirana and Lluis G. Renart}, year={2006} }