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December 8th, 2010
RFID USN Korea 2010 Presents the Mobile RFID Print

A smartphone is aimed at a Starbucks sign on the street and its menu and history information is recieved. This year, RFID/USN Korea 2010 suggested that RFID/USN technology is already contributing to the lives of consumers’ to secure their efficiency, health, safety, and happiness. A smartphone reads the barcode of Aspirin and informs the user of its expiration date, detects authentication of liquor by tracing its history, and receives complete milage information at the gas station after filling up. This is only a few highlights of RFID/USN Korea 2010, the world’s biggest RFID/USN exhibition by far. Read More