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Companies
that deploy RFID systems will need to use 'complex event processing' to
identify meaningful information from the stream of data RFID readers
will provide.

 
According to article authors David Luckham
and Mark Palmer, “It's not enough to use RFID as a “radio bar code.”
The savings from eliminating hand scanning of bar codes won’t pay for
an enterprise-wide RFID system. Companies need to find ways to gather
information they could not get with bar codes and analyze it in ways
that make their businesses more efficient. (David Luckham is professor emeritus of
electrical engineering at Stanford University. Mark Palmer is vice
president of RFID for ObjectStore, a division of Progress Software) 

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originally Posted to cep.weblogger.com by David Soul on 12/30/04; 10:05:46 PM
in the CEP section.

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