Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a relatively new technology. But it is rapidly becoming popular. This technology for noncontact identification of goods, people and vehicles has many evident advantages over the more traditional schemes of identification (like infra-red barcode readers and so on). Virtually the only drawback of transfaring business processes to using RFID is the fact that some technical skills are required.
The bad news are that almost each employee working with RFID should know something about the technology. The good news are that today?s *teaching* technologies are also up to the mark. They made possible things like «All about RFID» training CD!
There are interactive teaching courses on the CD, touching upon all aspects of RFID technology at all levels of complexity common knowledges, physical details, middleware usage, applications, even security and privacy problems and solutions. The
interactive, colorful and animated courses lead to fast mastering of all essential facts; and the CD can be easily used as the reference for not-so-essential facts youve forgotten.
There is no more need to use old technologies only because of difficulties in studying new one. There is no more difficulties. There is «All about RFID» on the single CD.
Author: Nikolaev Alexander Dmitrievich
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