Definition of RFID
What is RFID?
'RFID' - abbreviation
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a technology that uses radio waves to facilitate a communication of data between one or more electronic sensors and one or more interrogators (readers) in order to identify, locate, and sometimes sense the condition(s), of animate and inanimate objects.
RFID serves as the conduit between the physical world and the digital world and provides the ability to enable automated decisions to be made based on that information.