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“If they want to "rfid" an animal do it when it hits the feedlot that way I can be sure my children won't ingest it.”
“Why does Gadget have to do all that “logging in” to use his car, when something like an rfid in his ID/badge could automatically do it when he gets in? on January 16, 2009 at 7: 01 pm | Reply Phil”
“Discussed in the video are cctv security cameras, spy drones, warrantless wiretapping, internet surveillance, rfid chips and other forms of new dictatorial surveillance.”
“While a lot of corporations have installed ridiculous rfid tag systems and so on (yeah those terrorists sure would love to infiltrate an ad agency), I can still walk around grand central station with a big box in my hands without so much as getting a glance from security.”
“Interesting video on rfid readers, not sure if the student totally understands RFID readers, but I love how the video is made - by drawing on a board!”
“Concerning the application of rfid tags in a ‘Viagra project’ they state Electronic pedigrees may improve patient [...]”
“Thanks to rfid you can implement a very complex wireless network security system you can track the access to certain areas with a very little expense: just browse the archive product and the service offered to understand how you can apply this wireless technology to your own contest.”
“If something is missing, an iconographic pattern associated with that item ‘lights up’ on the outside of the bag. rfid led ladybag”
“This RFID in Japan post says less than two weeks ago, NEC announced that they developed a system that combines rfid and surveillance camera.”
“NEC developed system that combines rfid and surveillance camera”
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