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RFID Insider — Tracking the RFID Industry

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RFID Insider — Tracking the RFID Industry

A technology podcast from RFID Insider presented by atlasRFIDstore.com
Website: http://rfidinsider.com

Welcome to RFID Insider, a show that discusses all things RFID and the technology’s impact in an ever-changing and ever-connected world. New episodes are released twice per month and focus on a mix of industry trends, new products, in-depth tutorials, and insightful interviews. With each new episode, you’ll learn things like how NFC fits into the larger RFID umbrella, discover the ways companies use RFID in real life situations, and unearth the opportunities in a burgeoning field.

The RFID industry projects to be a $40 billion market by 2025, and RFID Insider plans to shed light on the research, companies, and thinkers driving the fast-pace growth within the larger Industrial Internet of Things ecosystem. RFID, or Radio Frequency Identification, allows almost any object to be wirelessly connected and identified via devices and systems, which drives productivity gains in supply chains, increases safety on hazardous job sites, and ignites creativity in innovative solutions.

RFID Insider is produced and presented by atlasRFIDstore.com, a leading provider of enterprise RFID hardware and tags from over 30 pioneering companies.

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