European Commission has unveiled its proposals for radio frequency identification (RFID) strategy for Europe, after launching an extensive Europe-wide public consultation on radio frequency identification (RFID) tags.
The Commission's RFID strategy will therefore seek to raise awareness, stress the absolute need for citizens to decide how their personal data is used and ensure that Europe removes existing obstacles to RFID's enormous potential. The RFID is also named as smart radio tags in Europe, which involves tags that emit radio signals as identifiers, and devices that pick up the signal and identify the tags. It has a wide range of applications and does not require direct contact or line-of-sight scanning.
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