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    • RFID
      • Chris Harris
      • Carey Mears
      • Rebecca Silvers
      • Alex Carper
    • Outline
      • New products
      • Implantable chip (verichip)
      • Supply chain management
      • Privacy issues
    • RFID Defined
      • R adio F requency ID entification ( RFID ) is a method, relying on storing and remotely retrieving data using devices called RFID tags or transponders. RFID tags contain antennas to enable them to receive and respond to radio-frequency queries from an RFID transceiver.
    • Various RFID Uses Current and Future
    • Simple Uses
      • Beer Kegs
      • Library Books
      • Pets
      • Clothing Lines
      • Package Carriers
    • Payment Uses
      • Credit Cards
      • Vehicles
      • Vending
    • Complex Uses
      • Human Implants
      • Government Codes
      • Patient Identification
      • Passports
    • Implantable chips
      • Called Verichip
      • Human implantation
      • Approved by FDA
      • - October 2004
    • Chip Design
      • Size of grain rice
      • Implanted under skin
      • Dormant
      • Scanner activated
      • No data
    • Data Retrieval
      • Chip scanned
      • ID number
      • ID sent to database
      • Info received
    • Uses Of Chip
      • Present
      • Medical (U.S.)
      • 200 U.S. Hospitals by 2007
      • Purchases (Spain)
      • Future
      • Financial
      • GPS
    • Comparison
      • Advantages:
      • GPS tracking
      • Secure financial transactions
      • Medical history
    • Comparison
      • Disadvantages:
      • Chip implanted under skin
      • Security issues
      • Big Brother
    • Wal-Mart Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
    • Wal-Mart’s Direction
      • Implementing RFID from Suppliers down to a per unit basis in the stores.
      • Supply Chain Management
    • UPSTREAM EFFECTS
      • Top 100 Suppliers were required to have RFID by Jan. 1, 2005
      • Top 100 Suppliers will require 1 Billion Tags per year.
      • Enables visible shipping/tracking
    • DOWNSTREAM EFFECTS
      • Each unit of product will have RFID
      • Reduces Theft
      • Better management of inventory
      • Knowledge of How, When & From What Shelf
    • Privacy Issues
      • Hidden placement of tags
      • Hidden readers
      • Individual tracking and profiling
      • Notice and Consent
      • Increase in target marketing
      • Data used by third party
    • Privacy Issues
      • Blocker Tags
      • Naturashield Fabric
      • Information on tag can not be altered
      • Tag deactivated at checkout
    • SOURCES
      • DeNoon, Daniel. “Chip Implants: Better Care or Privacy Scare?” 27 Jul 2005. http://www.webmd.com/content/Article/109/109216.htm
      • “ FDA Clears VeriChip for Medical Applications in the United States.” 13 Oct 2004. http://www.infowars.com/print/bb/verichip_cleared.htm
      • “ Patient Protection.” 15 Nov 2005, http://www.verichipcorp.com/content/solutions/1092036751
      • “ RFID and Privacy concerns.” 14 Nov 2005, http:// www.rfidgazette.org/privacy/index.html
      • Williams, Daniel. “The Strategic Implications of Walmarts RFID Mandate”. 29 Jul 2004, http://www.directionsmag.com/article.php?article_id=629
    • Questions?