By Gerd Wolfram, Birgit Gampl, Peter Gabriel
RFID is a key know-how for Europe. this day we're witnessing a seen shift clear of RFID pilot tasks of the early days, in the direction of a extensive deployment of RFID with a purpose to elevate potency and innovation of techniques. although Europe is a number one participant on the planet of RFID expertise, numerous demanding situations must be addressed to ensure that RFID to arrive its complete power. To additional the development of this know-how, coordinated eu efforts must be promoted, specifically within the parts of standardisation, consumer instructions, laws, know-how improvement, and learn and improvement.
These issues were analysed by means of a community of eu RFID know-how services, proprietors and finish clients. the results of their paintings is summarised during this quantity, giving suggestions for RFID stakeholders who desire to help the know-how. by way of supplying a entire assessment of nation of play of RFID in Europe, this ebook is an crucial learn for selection makers in all components of society who've to appear into RFID.
The e-book is a precis of the result of the coordination motion CE RFID – Coordinating ecu Efforts within the RFID price Chain – a community of eu RFID know-how services, owners and finish clients. It goals at selling using RFID expertise and assisting additional improvement. The undertaking was once funded through the ecu fee less than the sixth Framework Programme for learn and Technological improvement.
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The RFID Roadmap: The Next Steps for Europe by Gerd Wolfram, Birgit Gampl, Peter Gabriel