RF Taging (Radio Frequency Tags)

RF Taging is similar in concept to bar-code, except you don't have to be able to see the tag, or even know where it is.

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RF tags are quickly becoming small and affordable, so uses are becoming far more diverse. The beauty of RF tagging is that you don't even have to know where an item is to count or track it.

RF tags are particularly useful for high value items that move around. Rental equipment, service items and vehicles will automatically register themselves in and out as they are taken off the premises and returned. RF tags have saved large amounts of money where large items are stored in yards where they are difficult to count and/or locate.

RF tags are also used to track livestock, which moves around on its own and can be difficult to tell from any other animal of the same type.

RF tags embedded in "house credit cards" are being used by some restaurants. When a holder of one of these cards enters the restaurant, the host's screen automatically pops up information on the customer, including things like spouse's birthday date, and other important stuff before the customer is even greeted (by name, of course).

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