RFID and NFC

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Robert G Parker

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Robert G Parker

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Robert G Parker

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RFID and NFC

TOP TECHNOLOGY TRENDS

What is it?

RFID stands for radio frequency identification and is the use of a wireless
non
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contact system that uses radio
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frequency electromagnetic fields to
transfer data from a tag attached to an object, for the purposes of
automatic identification and tracking

NFC is Near Field Communications is a is a set of standards for
smartphones and similar devices to establish radio communication with
each other by touching them together or bringing them into close
proximity

These two technologies will allow users to execute transactions, control
movement of goods and a host of other non
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contact communications

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Why is it Important?

RFID and NFC

The business uses such as being able to locate and track inventory,
tools, technology and equipment can provide benefits in inventory
control, theft prevention and misuse of company assets.



The use of NFC can improve throughput and record information
efficiently and effectively eliminating the line of site requirements of
traditional laser scanners


Tracking Laundry
and Other Items

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Robert G Parker

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RFID and NFC

Issues and Risks

Lost or stolen NFC cards may enable unauthorized access

Impact of misuse of an NFC card may not be easily identifiable

Lost or damaged tags will make it difficult to determine the exact
location of inventory if products are not stored in predetermined areas

Concerns over loss of information or privacy by card users

Walk
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off Possible compromise between user leaving the site and the
transaction timing out

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