RFID Sourcebook

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IBM Press, 2006 - Business & Economics - 276 pages
Covers: RFID "reality check": getting beyond the hype and the counterreaction; Aligning RFID strategy with business strategy; Assessing applications, both prevalent and emerging; Identifying opportunities to use RFID beyond supply chain applications; Choosing between RFID and barcodes; Realistically assessing potential ROI, one step at a time; Designing solutions that leverage RFID's advantages while overcoming its performance limitations; Understanding business flows impacted by a potential RFID deployment; Defining realistic roadmaps and timelines; Addressing oft-neglected real-world issues, from tag validation through managing expectations; Dealing with standards.

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Advantages of the Technology
Limitations of the Technology
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Sandip Lahiri is an RFID Solution Architect and Subject Matter Expert with IBM Global Services. He designed, developed, and taught IBM's RFID training course for IBM Solutions Architects. He has wide, international experience in real-world RFID projects that involves leading solution design workshops, analyzing requirements, crafting architecture/design, and conducting implementation.

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