By Charles Murray – For the past decade, the business world has anxiously awaited the day when radio frequency identification (RFID) would step up to the throne and replace the venerable barcode on billions of everyday products.
While the world has been waiting, however, RFID has taken a detour. Today, RFID tags are popping up in places where no one ever dreamed of using barcodes. Take, for example, Coca-Cola’s new Freestyle drink vending machine. Freestyle uses RFID to identify drink cartridges, help with inventory, and manage its huge number of flavor variations. more> http://is.gd/CLhdA4
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