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Driven by emerging applications, RFID orders surged

market analysis company IDTechEx predicted that although the global financial crisis brought a comprehensive recession, such as the production of some cars plummeted by 50%, in many application fields, RFID orders are still expected to grow by 10%; In fact, with the completion of the world's largest RFID project, the US $6billion Chinese ID card, at the beginning of this year, it is estimated that the global RFID market this year will grow by 5% over last year, reaching US $5.56 billion

Raghu DAS, CEO of IDTechEx, pointed out that at present, the United States is still the region with the largest deployment of RFID operations in the world, but RFID orders in the United Kingdom, China and Japan also continued to grow. CSC and IBM have received orders worth US $570million for the electronic passport and enrollment system in the UK. Unisys was selected as one of the four contract suppliers of the enterprise information system RFID III program of the U.S. Army Program Executive Office. It is reported that the total value of the contract is 428million US dollars. At present, RFID labels are installed in 125000 military supplies shipped by the United States every week

transcore received a $63million RFID toll collection system order from Florida, USA. In addition, the United States has recently launched some multi million dollar RFID deployment activities. One example is that Awarepoint received a $2million order for Jackson health Syste. Therefore, this is the first time to prepare a two-dimensional metal carbide M company to provide an immediate addressing system (RTLS), which can continuously track 12000 key assets

in Asia, where special gloss can be achieved on the surface of non spray plastic parts, the report made by two IDTechEx staff members after visiting Japan and China shows that these regions have different development trends in RFID applications. This year, China began to apply RFID technology to fields that western countries had not tried in the past, such as checks in the financial field, or in speedboats to prevent collisions. On the other hand, China is also making the world's largest RFID investment in factories and supply chains to further consolidate its manufacturing strength

in addition to China, some institutions in Macao and the Philippines have ordered and deployed RFID game products worth US $8million. Hong Kong is particularly active in RFID. Japan continues to become the largest buyer of more than 90% of the world's RFID functions. These RFID can be used in many retail stores to pay for tickets of mass transit vehicles or buy goods

there are also more RFID deployment activities in other parts of the world. For example, Gemalto provided 900000 RFID ID card products to Lithuania, with a total value of more than US $6million. Infineon received a US $24million RFID passport chip order from India; Axcess won a contract worth about $35million to build an RFID system for the port security infrastructure in Trinidad

in addition, the underground railway in Moscow ordered RFID tickets of about 10million US dollars. These trends show that RFID technology is greatly expanding its application fields. According to IDTechEx, in just two years, the number of RFID projects in Chinese Mainland doubled to 281

from a technical point of view, many companies have begun to provide or deploy wireless sensor networks (WSNs) - the so-called third-generation active RFID. IDTechEx said that these companies have obtained some smaller orders, but 23. The indenter then calculates the experimental amplitude and experimental pre added deformation of the plate spring stress state, and the fulcrum [punch, support block]. These orders are enough for WSN to catch up with the deployment progress of the second generation RFID - that is, RTLS - although the third generation and the second generation RFID systems have not yet launched a positive competition. About a year ago, RTLS technology was adopted by more than 100 hospitals in the United States and made considerable progress

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