Date Added: Jul 2012
The 1980s brought about the first widespread commercial RFID systems. The systems were simple ones. The 1990s were the significant in that RFID began to enter the main stream of business and technology. By the middle of the decade, RFID toll systems could operate at highway speed, meaning drivers could pass through toll points unimpeded by plazas or any barriers. As of 2007, it is obvious that numerous applications for RFID across a number of industries would soon emerge. In the coming years, RFID technology will grow further and further into the mainstream and become another part of every life, just as TV, PC's, and mobile phones already have.