HP debuts RFID services

Tuesday, 11 May 2004, 12:45 AM EST

HP launched three packages that essentially create a shrink-wrapped pilot program when strung together. The packages target different stages for customers developing their RFID projects: planning, start-up and integration.

The first package, RFID Discovery, aids companies in outlining a business case for the adoption of the technology, as well as measuring the effect of adding radio tags to a company's existing supply chain operations.

The second package, dubbed the RFID Adaptive Starter Kit, aims to help companies build physical test programs, including procurement of the radio tags themselves, the reader devices used to scan the tags and the software needed to make these tools work together.

By Matt Hines at CNET.

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