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by Robert A. Kleist,Theodore A. Chapman,David A. Sakai,Brad S. Jarvis

Author: Robert A. Kleist,Theodore A. Chapman,David A. Sakai,Brad S. Jarvis
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Banta Book Group (August 2004)
Pages: 211 pages
Category: Engineering and Transport
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Robert A. Kleist, Theodore A. Chapman, David A. Sakai, Brad S. Jarvis.

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Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is shaping the future of global supply chains, and smart retail consumer goods companies are seeking opportunities for advanced compliance with industry mandates. The authors draw on their experiences of working with the industry's top suppliers to Wal-Mart to ready them for RFID adoption. They describe how to get started using RFID and present a primer on smart label technology. The book also offers snapshots of what successful RFID migration looks like, including simple, carefully charted steps in each progressive phase of deployment.