Demand for radio frequency identification (RFID) tags in logistics may not have lived up to Wal-Mart's flash-in-the-pan push for the tracking technology back in 2003, but the market has been slowly and steadily growing over the years nonetheless, with the number of all tags sold globally set to climb from 17.5 billion tags in 2018 to 20 billion in 2019, a new report says.
DC Velocity Staff: Report: RFID tags see steady growth for apparel, payment cards, farm animals
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The next NGI Salon is a workshop is in Rotterdam during Thingscon. As it is co-located I only have a limited number of free tickets.
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Dimitrios Spiliopoulos: How Executives can start their Journey with Internet of Things (IoT) and other Emerging Technologies