Digital Culture –| 2008

electronic art, technology and culture

RFID in China

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before the class, i didn’t know much things about the RFID. now i found RFID had been used on different domain in China, like distribution in airport, transportation tickets, library, national ID card, hospital(MES), food safety control, traffic control, military, etc. The most popular one is the RFID using in tickets for the BeiJing 2008 Olympic Game. A whopping sixteen million RFID embedded tickets will be sold during the games.

the Global Information Inc research on the FRID Market size in China. in their research report predicts the development of RFDI technology and the market in the future 10 years. in 2007, China has become the largest market for RFDI by value over the world. The global spent is $4.96 billion, and China accounted for 38% of it.

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Written by kerrylin2008

August 19, 2008 at 7:07 am

Posted in week 1–3

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  1. Interesting. You’re saying that the Chinese government can spy on BeiJing visitors using the Olympic’s tickets, huh? Before there was the internet dilemma, then the fake broadcast, then the ID chips…

    masterpete

    August 20, 2008 at 4:00 am


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