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RFID Handbook

Wednesday, December 15, 2004
Today my quest was to find a technically complete handbook on RFID and I hit a jackpot at RFID-Handbook.com. This book is available in 4 different languages apart from English. The author, Klaus Finkenzeller maintains this resource rich site. This site has RFID related forums, links, downloads which includes a simulation program and an obvious book purchase link. I read a free chapter available on the website and was impressed by the explanations, diagrams and the depth of knowledge, author Klaus Finkenzeller posesses. I went ahead and ordered the book from one of the online book sites. Next I visited the links and that area is a goldmine of resources. About 164 companies related with RFIDs are listed. Other links are categorized as Applications, Middleware, Events, Online resources, Education and Research, Radio Regulations, Standardizations, Publications and News.
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1 Comments:
  • I've read through some of you're postings, though not all. It seems as if you have a genuine desire to build a great business. Although, I'm wondering about you're idea. Aren't RFID tags only for short-range communication? If you are still on the transportation tracking, I'm not sure RFID tags would work, unless they have a large power source, which would make them equivalent to a radio tower. GPS would work for this, but I would ask around and see if it already exists, who your major competition is.

    But you are right, RFID is hot right now, its a great buzzword to throw at investors to make them want more. But another great word is biotech, or healthcare… huge markets. Maybe you have already written you're business plan, but a way to get investors excited and a way to meet a growing market need, is to use RFID in healthcare. Tracking/locating supplies, tracking patient movement, checking to see if anything is left inside a patient, etc. There are a million ways RFID tags can be used, and seeing as healthcare/biotech is the biggest and hottest market right now, maybe you'd have a good chance there. Either way, investors love RFID and they also love healthcare.

    at December 15, 2004 10:38 PM  
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