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RFID visionary Sanjay Sarma reflects on RFID’s future

It’s been more than 10 years since the Auto-ID Center was founded at MIT. The Center served as a launch pad for RFID innovation, and was the birthplace of companies like ThingMagic, OAT Systems and others.

With co-founders Sanjay Sarma and David Brock set to take the stage at Wednesday’s Auto-ID & Sensing Solutions Expo at MIT, we caught up with Sarma for his insight on RFID’s journey since the early days at the Auto-ID Center, as well as where the technology is headed.

Sarma was recently named chairman of the Board of Governors at EPCglobal. He is credited with developing many of the standards that allowed RFID to take hold in the commercial RFID industry.

It’s been more than 10 years since the MIT Auto-ID Center was founded. Where is RFID today?

“RFID has crossed the chasm and the technology has truly has found a vertical that it can thrive in. That vertical is apparel. What that is doing is establishing a business process where fundamentally, there is no question about its viability.”

Click here to read the full article that appeared in this week’s issue of RFID 24-7.

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