RFID in Libraries


Hong Kong Airport getting RFID

Filed under: — Laura @ 9:25 am

Yahoo financial news reports that Hong Kong Airport Authority has selected a vendor to install an RFID reader infrastructure in their baggage handling facilities. It says:

At various nodes within the airport including baggage carousels, unit load devices (ULDs) and conveyors, reader systems will be installed to read and write to RFID tags that will be applied on passenger bags. RFID-enabled handheld readers will also be used for mobile baggage operation.

It makes David Molnar’s scenario about airports and the Qur’an seem more plausible, doesn’t it?

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