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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

 

For the purpose of identification and tracking, radio frequency identification, RFID, was invented. RFID is a technology that uses communication via radio waves to exchange data between a reader and an electronic tag attached to an object. To know more, you can find this eposide of BOK informative.






 




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How doyou go shopping? You get in your car and you drive to Walmart. You grab youritems and fill up your cart. When you have all of your items, you go to thecheckout and wait in line. The clerk scans each of your items, and totals them up and bags them. You swipeyour credit card. You thank the clerk. You leave Walmart, get in your car anddrive home.





It'seasy, right? But don't you ever wonder how Walmart gets all those millions ofproducts to you?





To helptrack and coordinate all those products, we use a technology called RFID.





RFIDstands for Radio Frequency Identification. RFID technology starts withelectronic tag. This tag can store and process all kinds of information. Toread the information of the RFID tag, it must pass by a RFID scanner.





Walmartuses RFID technology throughout its supply chain. Walmart's vendors like Kellogg's attaches RFIDtags to its pallets of goodscontaining information about that pallet. That pallet gets transported to oneof Walmart's distribution center. Walmart then scans the pallet and breaks itdown. The pallet then gets transported to the Walmart’s store. Once the palletreaches the store, the pallet is scanned again. The product is then placed on thestore shelves. As the pallet passes through the supply chain, information aboutthe pallet is added to a computer tracking system. The tracking system helpseliminate errors and ensures quality.







But whatdoes the future look like for RFID technology?





The sizeof RFID tags will decrease significantly, resembling a grain of sand on one'sfinger. Eventually, the size and price of RFID tags will get so low, they willbe incorporated into every product thus replacing bar codes. RFID tags havealso been incorporated into credit cards to expedite purchases. Eventually, RFID tags will be in everything,and systems will be developed around them to completely eliminate the checkout.No more lines, no more waiting, no more checkout.





With allof this technology, let's see what shopping might look like in the real world.





In thefuture, RFID technology will affect the shopping experience of everydayconsumer. When you shop, long lines and scannable bar codes will be eliminated.Instead, items are scanned by the RFID tags and they’re added up by theshopping card. When a shopper leaves, the scanner reads RFID tags at the doorand automatically charges the shopper's credit card read by the RFID scanner. RFIDwill make the shopping experience faster and better for everyone.







Yeah!

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total up: to find the total number or total amountof something by adding 合计







swipe: v. To swipe a credit card through amachine means to pass it through a narrow space in the machine so that themachine can read information on the card’s magnetic stripe 刷卡







vendor: n. someone who sells things 卖主







pallet: n. a flat wooden or metal platform onwhich goods are stored so that they can be lifted and moving using a forklifttruck 货盘







expedite: v. to make a process or action happen morequickly 加速

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How do you go shopping?You get in your car and you drive to Walmart.
You grab your items and flip your *
When you have all of your items, You go to check and wait in line.
The clerk scans each of your items, * them up and bags them.
You swipe your credit, you thank the clerk, you leave Walmart, get in your car and drive home.
It's easy, right? But Don't you ever wonder how Walmart gets all those millions of products to you?
To help track and coordinate all those products, these technologies call RFID.
RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification.
RFID technologies start with electronic tag. This tag can store and process all kinds of information. To read the information of the RFID tag, it must pass by a RFID scanner.
Walmart uses RFID technology through out its supply chain.
Walmart's venders like Kellogg's attaches RFID tags to its *  of goods containing information about that poptart.
That popart gets transported to one of Walmart's distribution center. Walmart then scans the poptart and breaks it down.  The poptart then gets transported to the Walmart store. Once the poptart reaches the store, the poptart is scanned again.  The product is then placed on the store shelves.  As the poptart passes through the supply chain, information about the poptart is added to a computer tracking system. Tracking system helps eliminate errors and insure quality.  
But what does the future look like for  RFID technology?
The size of RFID tags will decrease significantly, resembling a grain of sand on *.
Eventually, the size and price of RFID tags will get so low , they will be incorporated into every product thus replacing *.
RFID tech has also been incorporated into credit cards that expertise purchases.
Eventually, RFID techs will in every thing, and system will be developed around them to completely eliminate the check out.
No more lines, no more waiting, no more checkout.
With all these technologies. Let's see what shopping might look like in the real world.
In the future, RFID technology will affect shopping experience of every day consumer.
When you shop, long lines and scannable bar codes will be eliminated. Instead, the items are scanned by the RFID techs and added up by the shopping mall.  When a shopper leaves, the scanner reads RFID tags at the door and automatically charges the shopper's credit card read by the RFID scan.
RFID will make shopping experience faster and better for everyone.  Yeh~~



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How do you go shopping?You get in your car and you drive to Walmart.
You grab your items and flip your cart.
When you have all of your items, You go to checkout and wait in line.
The clerk scans each of your items, * them up and bags them.
You swipe your credit, you thank the clerk, you leave Walmart, get in your car and drive home.
It's easy, right? But Don't you ever wonder how Walmart gets all those millions of products to you?
To help track and coordinate all those products, these technologies call RFID.
RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification.
RFID technologies start with electronic tag. This tag can store and process all kinds of information. To read the information of the RFID tag, it must pass by a RFID scanner.
Walmart uses RFID technology through out its supply chain.
Walmart's venders like Kellogg's attaches RFID tags to its *  of goods containing information about that poptart.
That popart gets transported to one of Walmart's distribution center. Walmart then scans the poptart and breaks it down.  The poptart then gets transported to the Walmart store. Once the poptart reaches the store, the poptart is scanned again.  The product is then placed on the store shelves.  As the poptart passes through the supply chain, information about the poptart is added to a computer tracking system. Tracking system helps eliminate errors and insure quality.  
But what does the future look like for  RFID technology?
The size of RFID tags will decrease significantly, resembling a grain of sand on *.
Eventually, the size and price of RFID tags will get so low , they will be incorporated into every product thus replacing *.
RFID tech has also been incorporated into credit cards that expertise purchases.
Eventually, RFID techs will in every thing, and system will be developed around them to completely eliminate the check out.
No more lines, no more waiting, no more checkout.
With all of these technologies. Let's see what shopping might look like in the real world.
In the future, RFID technology will affect shopping experience of every day consumer.
When you shop, long lines and scannable bar codes will be eliminated. Instead, the items are scanned by the RFID techs and added up by the shopping mall.  When a shopper leaves, the scanner reads RFID tags at the door and automatically charges the shopper's credit card read by the RFID scan.
RFID will make shopping experience faster and better for everyone.  Yeh~~
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How do you go shopping?You get in your car and you drive to Walmart.
You grab your items and flip your cart.
When you have all of your items, You go to checkout and wait in line.
The clerk scans each of your items, holds them up and bags them.
You swipe your credit, you thank the clerk, you leave Walmart, get in your car and drive home.
It's easy, right? But Don't you ever wonder how Walmart gets all those millions of products to you?
To help track and coordinate all those products, these technologies call RFID.
RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification.
RFID technologies start with electronic tag. This tag can store and process all kinds of information. To read the information of the RFID tag, it must pass by a RFID scanner.
Walmart uses RFID technology through out its supply chain.
Walmart's venders like Kellogg's attaches RFID tags to its pallets of goods containing information about that pallet.
That pallet gets transported to one of Walmart's distribution center. Walmart then scans the poptart and breaks it down.  The pallet then gets transported to the Walmart store. Once the pallet reaches the store, the pallet is scanned again.  The product is then placed on the store shelves.  As the pallet passes through the supply chain, information about the pallet is added to a computer tracking system. The tracking system helps eliminate errors and insure quality.  
But what does the future look like for  RFID technology?
The size of RFID tags will decrease significantly, resembling a grain of sand on one's finger.
Eventually, the size and price of RFID tags will get so low , they will be incorporated into every product thus replacing bar codes.
RFID tech has also been incorporated into credit cards that expertise purchases.
Eventually, RFID techs will  be in every thing, and system will be developed around them to completely eliminate the check out.
No more lines, no more waiting, no more checkout.
With all of these technology. Let's see what shopping might look like in the real world.
In the future, RFID technology will affect the shopping experience of every day consumer.
When you shop, long lines and scannable bar codes will be eliminated. Instead, the items are scanned by the RFID techs and added up by the shopping cart.  When a shopper leaves, the scanner reads RFID tags at the door and automatically charges the shopper's credit card read by the RFID scan.
RFID will make shopping experience faster and better for everyone.  Yeh~~
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Homework

How do you go shopping?

You get in your car and you drive to Wal-Mart. You grab items, and you flip your kirt. When you have all the items, you go to the checkout and wait in line, the clerk scans each of your items and close them up and bag them. You swap your credit card, you thank the clerk, you leave Wal-Mart, get in car and drive home.

It’s easy, right? But don’t you ever wander how Wal-Mart gets all these millions of products to you? To help tracking coordinated all those products, this technology called RFID. RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. RFID technology start from the electric tech, this tech can store and process all kind of information. To read information of the RFID tech, it must pass by a RFID scanner.

Wal-Mart uses RFID technology throughout supply chain. Wal-Mart’s venders like Kellogg’s, attaches RFID techs to its *** goods, containing information about their pilot, that pilot gets transported to one of Wal-Mart’s distribution center, Wal-Mart then scans the pilot, and breaks it down. The pilot then gets transported to the Wal-Mart’s store. Once the pilot reaches to the store, the pilot scans it again, the product is then displayed on the store shelfs. As the pilot pass through the supply chain, information about the pilot is added to a computer tracking system. The tracking system hopes a limited errors and ensures quality.

But what is the future looks like for our RFID technology? The size of RFID techs will decrease significantly, resembling a green of sink on one’s finger. Eventually, the size and price of RFID techs will get so low, they will be incorporated into every product, that’s for playing buckes. RFID techs will also be incorporated into credit card to exp purchase.

Eventually, RFID techs will be in everything, and systems will be developed around them to completely limited the checkout. No more lines, no more waiting, no more checkout. With all this technology, let’s see what shopping might look like in the real world.

In the future, RFID technology will affect the shopping experience of everyday consumer. When you shop, long lines and scanable bar code will be limited. Instead, items are scanned by the RFID techs and they are end up by the shopping card. When a shopper leaves, the scanner reads the RFID techs at the store, and automatically charges the shopper’s credit cards read by the RFID scanner. RFID will make the shopping experience faster and better for everyone.
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HW:
FRID IN PLAIN ENGLISH
How do you go shopping? You get in your car and you drive to Wal-Mart.
You grab your items and flip your cart.
When you have all of your items, you go to check out and wait in line.
The clerk scans each of your items, closes them up and bags them.
You swipe your credit, you thank the clerk, you leave Wal-Mart, get in your car and drive home.
It's easy, right? But don’t you ever wonder how Wal-Mart gets all those millions of products to you?
To help track and coordinate all those products, these technologies call RFID.
RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification.
RFID technologies start with electronic tag. This tag can store and process all kinds of information. To read the information of the RFID tag, it must pass by a RFID scanner.
Wal-Mart uses RFID technology through out its supply chain.
Wal-Mart’s venders like Kellogg's attaches RFID tags to its powers of goods containing information about that pallet.
That pallet gets transported to one of Wal-Mart’s distribution center. Wal-Mart then scans the pallet and breaks it down.  The pallet then gets transported to the Wal-Mart store. Once the pallet reaches the store, the pallet is scanned again.  The product is then placed on the store shelves.  As the pallet passes through the supply chain, information about the pallet is added to a computer tracking system. Tracking system helps eliminate errors and insure quality.  
But what does the future look like for RFID technology?
The size of RFID tags will decrease significantly, resembling a grain of sand on one’s definite.
Eventually, the size and price of RFID tags will get so low, they will be incorporated into every product thus replacing Mart rules.
RFID tech has also been incorporated into credit cards that expertise purchases.
Eventually, RFID techs will in every thing, and system will be developed around them to completely eliminate the check out.
No more lines, no more waiting, no more checkouts.
With all of these technologies. Let's see what shopping might look like in the real world.
In the future, RFID technology will affect shopping experience of every day consumer.
When you shop, long lines and scan-able bar codes will be eliminated. Instead, the items are scanned by the RFID techs and added up by the shopping mall.  When a shopper leaves, the scanner reads RFID tags at the door and automatically charges the shopper's credit card read by the RFID scan.
RFID will make shopping experience faster and better for everyone.  Yeah~~
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How do you go shopping? You get in your car, and you drive to Wal-Mart.You grab your items, and fill up your cart.  When you have all youritems, you go to the check-out and wait in line. The clerk scans eachof the item, holds them up and bags them. You swip your credit card,you thank the clerk, you leave Wal-Mart, get in your car, and drivehome. It's easy, right? But don't you ever how Wal-Mart gets all thoseof millions of products to you? To help track  nd coordinate all thoseproduct, they use technology called RFID.
RFIN stands for radio frequency identification. RFID technology startswith electornic tech. This tech can store and process all kind ofinformation. To read information of RFIN tag, it must pass by an RFIDscanner.
Wal-Mart use this RFID technology throughout its supply chain.Wal-Mart's vendos like Kelloggs attaches RFID tag to its export ofgoods, containing information about that pallet.That pallet getstrasport to one of Wal-Mart distribution site. Wal-Mart then scans thepallet, and breaks it down. The pallet then gets transported to theWal-Mart store. Once the pallet reaches the store, the pallet isscanned again.  The product is then placed on the store shelves. As thepallet passes trhough the supply chain, information about the pallet isadded to a computer tracker system. A tracker system helps eliminateserros and ensures quality.
But what is the future for look like for RFID technology?  The size ofRFID tech was decreasing significantly, resembling a great of signs onone's finger. Eventually, the size and price of RFID techs will gets solow, it will be incorporated into every product thus replacing barcodes. RFID tech has also been incoporated into credit card toexpertise purchase.Eventually, RFID tech will be in everthing andsystem will be developed around them to completely eliminate thecheck-out. No more lines, no more waiting, no more check-out.
With all this technology, let's see what the shopping might look likein the real world? In the future, RFID technology will affect theshopping experience of everyday consumer. When you shop. long lines andscannable bar codes, will be eliminated. Instead, items are scanned bythe RFID techs and added up by the shopping card. When a shopperleaves, the scanner read the RFID techs at the door, and automaticallycharges the shopper's credit card ready by the RFID scanner. RFID willmake the shopping experience fast and better for everyone. Yeah!
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实现无障碍英语沟通

[Homework]2011-01-16&01-23 电子标签

How do you go shopping You get in your car and you drive to Wal-Mart. You grab your items and fill up your cart. When you have all the items, you go to the check-out and wait in line. The clerk scans each of your items, closes them up and packages them. You sweep your credit card. You thank the clerk. You leave Wal-Mart, getting in your car and drive home. It's easy, right? But don't you have ever wonder how Wal-Mart gets all these millions of products to you? To help track and coordinate all these products, this technology called RFID.

RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. RFID technology starts from the electronic tag. This tag can store and process all kinds of information. To read the information of the RFID tag, it must be passed by an RFID scanner. Wal-Mart uses this RFID technology through out its supply chain.

Wal-Mart venders like Kelloggs attaches RFID tags to its of * goods containing information about that pallet. That pallet gets transported to one of Wal-Mart’s distribution-centers. Wal-Mart then scans the pallet and breaks it down. The pallet then gets transported to the Wal-Mart store. Once the pallet reaches the store, the pallet scans again. The product is then placed on the store shelves. As the pallet passes through the supply chain, information about the pop tart is added to a computer tracking system. Tracking system helps eliminate errors and insures quality.

But what is the future look like for our RFID technology? The size of RFID tags will decrease significantly, resembling a grain of sand of one's *. Eventually, the size and price of RFID tags will be so low that they will be incorporate into every product thus replacing *. RFID tags have also been incorporated into credit cards than expertise purchases. Eventually, RFID tags will be everything and systems will be developed around them to completely eliminate the check-out. No more lines. No more waiting. No more check-out.

With all this technology, let's see what shopping might look like in the real world. In the future, RFID technology will affect shopping experience of everyday consumer. When you shop, long lines and scannable barcodes will be eliminated. Instead, items are scanned by the RFID tags and their end by shopping code. When a shopper leaves, the scanner reads the RFID tags at the door and automatically charges the shopper's credit card read by the RFID scanner. RFID will make the shopping experience faster and better for everyone. Yeah.

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普特听力大课堂

[Homework]2011-01-16&01-23 电子标签

How do you go shopping? You get in the car and drive to wal-mart. You grab items and flip into your cart. When you have your all items, you go to checkout and wait in line. The clerk scans each items and close them up and bag them. You swap your credit card, you think the clerk, you leave wal-mart, get in the car and drive home. It is easy, right?
And donot you want wal-mart get all those millions products deal. To help tracking coordinate all those products. This technology called RFID. All RFID stands for Radio, Frequency, Identification.RFID technologies starts with electric tech. This tech can store and process all kinds of information. To read information of RFID tech is not pass by RFID scaner. Wal-mart uses RFID technology thoughout the project. Wal-mart windows like Kellogg’s, attach all RFID tech its parent goods, containing information about their pilot. That pilot gets transport to one of Wal-mart distribution center. Wal-mart then scans the pilot and breaks down. The pilot then get the transport to the Wal-mart store. Once the pilot reachs the store, the pilot scans again. The products then placed on the store shelter. As the pilot pass through the supply chain, information about the pilot is added to a compute tracking system. A tracking system hopes a limited errors and ensure quality.
What is future look like for RFID tech technology? The size of RFID tech technology will decrease significantly resembling a green of sink on one`s finger. Eventually the size and price of the RFID tech technology will give so low, it will be incorporate into every product, that`s for playing buckes. RFID techs also have been cooperated into credit cards exp purchase.
Eventually RFID will be in everything and system will be developed around them to completely eliminate checkout. No more lines, no more waiting, no more checkout. But all those technology, let`s see what shopping may look like in the real world.
In the future RFID technology were affect the shopping experience of every day comsumer. When you shop, long lines and scanable bar code will be eliminated. Instead, items scan by RFID techs and added up by the shop post. When the shopper leaves, The scaner reads RFID techs at the door, and automatically charges the shopper credit card read by the RFID scan. RFID will make shopping experience faster and better for everyone.

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HW

How do you go shopping? You get in your car and you drive to Walmart. You grab your items and fill up your cart. When you have all of your items, you go to the check-out and wait in line. The clerks scans each of your items, hold them up and bag them. You slide your credit card, you thank the clerk, you leave Walmart, get in your car and drive home.

It’s easy, right? But don’t you ever wonder how Walmart gets all those millions of products to you. To help tracking coordinate all those products, they use technology called RFID. RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification.

RFID technology starts with electronic tag. This tag can store and process all kinds of information. To read the information of the RFID tech, it must pass by a RFID scanner.

Walmart uses RFID technology throughout its supply chain. Walmart’s venders like Kellogg’s, attaches RFID tags to its piles of goods containing information about that p//. That p// gets transported to one of Walmart’s distribution center. Walmart then scans the p// and breaks it down. The pilot then get transported to the Walmart’s store. Once the p// reaches the store, the p// scanned again. The product is then placed on the store shelves. As the p// passes through the supply chain, information about the p// is added to a computer tracking system. The tracking system helps eliminate errors and ensures quality.

But what does the future look like for our RFID technology. The size of RFID tags will decrease significantly, resembling your grain of sand on one’s finger. Eventually the size and price of RFID tags will get so low. They will be incorporated into every product, that’s for placing b//.

RFID tags have been incorporated into credit cards to exp// purchases. Eventually RFID will be in everything, and systems will be developed around them to completely eliminate the checkout. No more lines, no more waiting, no more checkout. With all of this technology, let’s see what shopping might look like in the real world.

In the future, RFID technology will affect shopping experience of everyday consumer. When you shop, long lines and scanable bar codes will be eliminated. Instead, items are scanned by the RFID tags and they are end-up by the shopping card. When a shopper leaves, the scanner reads RFID tags at the door and automatically charges the shopper’s credit card read by the RFID scanner.

RFID will make the shopping experience faster and better for everyone.
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[Homework]2011-01-16&01-23 电子标签

How do you go shopping? You get in your car and drive to Walmart. You grab items and fill up your cart. When you have all the items, you go to check out and waitting in line. The clerk scans each of items and hold them up and bag them. You slide your credit card, you thank you the clerk, you leave Warmart, getting your card and drive your home.
It's easy, right?  Don't you ever wonder how Walmart gets all those millions products to you? To help track coordinate of those products, those technology called RFID. RFID stands for Radio Frenquency identification. RFID technology starts with electronic tag. This tag can store and process all kinds of information. To read information of RFID tech, it must passed by RFID scanner.  Walmart uses RFID tech through out their supply chain, Walmats vendors like xxx attached RFID tags to it's power of goods continue information about that panet. That's panel gets trains one of Walmat distribution center. Walmut then scanned the panet and break it down. The panet then gets transporation to it's Walmut store. When the panet reach the store, the power scanned it again. the products then places on the store sheltes. As the parts passed through the supplied chain. Information about the panet is added into tracking system. The tracking system help it's elimited errors areas and ensure it's quality. What's the future looks like for our FIDR technology? The size our FIDR technology will decrease significately, resembly our solar every products. Adventurally the size and prices of our FIDR tags will get's so low, it'll be incorported into every products. That's will replace xxx. Our FIDR are also been a cooperation into a cedit cards xxx purchases   Adventurally, our FIDR will be in everythings and system will be developed to run them completely and elimited when they check out.  no more lines and no more waitting. and no more check out.
But all this technology, let's see what's shoping my look like in the real world. In the future, our FIDR will affect shoping experience of everyday consuming.
When you shop, long lines and scannble bud codes will be limited. instead by FIDR and xx by the shoping. When the shopper leaves, the scanner reads the FIDR at the door and automatically charge the shopper's credit cards read by FIDR scanner. FIDR will make the shoping experice faster and better for everyone.

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Homework:
How do you go shopping? You get in your car and you drive to Walmart. You grab your items and fill up your cart. When you have all the items you going to the checkout and wait in line. The clerk scans each of your items and totals them up and bags them. You swap your credit card, you thank the clerk, you leave Walmart, get in your car and drive home.

It’s easy, right? But don’t you ever wonder how Walmart gets all those millions of the products to you? To help tracking coordinate all those products, this technology called RFID. RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. RFID technology starts with the electronics tag, this tag can store and process all kinds of information. To read information of an RFID tag it must pass by a RFID scanner.

Walmart uses a RFID technology through out supply chain. Walmart’s vendors like Kellogg’s attaches RFID tags to export of goods, containing information about their pallet. That pallet gets transport to one of the Walmart’s distribution center. Walmart then scans the pallet and breaks down. The pallet then gets transport to the Walmart store. Once the pallet reaches the store, the pallet will scan again. The product these being placed on the store shelves. As the pallet passes through the supply chain, information about the pallet is added to a computer tracking system. The tracking system helps eliminate errors and insures quality.

What’s the future look like for RFID technology? The size of RFID technology would decrease significantly. Resembling a grain of sand of one's finger. Eventually, the size and price of RFIG tags would get so low, they would be incorporate into every product thus replacing bucks. RFID tags have also been incorporate into credit cards to expertise purchases. Eventually, RFID tags would be in everything. And systems would develop the round to completely eliminate the check out. No more lines, no more waiting, no more check out.

But all this technology see what’s shopping may look like in the railway. In the future, RFID technology would affect the shopping experience and everyday consumer. When you shop, long lines and scanned buckles would be eliminated. Instead items scanned by the RFID tags and they are added by the shop cart. When a shopper leaves, the scanner read the RFID tags at the door and automatically charge the shopper’s credit card read by the RFID scanner. RFID would make the shop experience faster and better for every one.
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本帖最后由 cuduoran 于 2011-1-20 22:40 编辑

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How do you go shopping? you get in your car and drive to Walmart. You grab your items and fill up your cart. When you have all the items you go to the checkout and wait in line. The clerk scans each of the items and holds them up and bags them. You swipe your credit card, you thank the clerk, you leave Walmart, get in your car and drive home. It's easy, right? But don't you ever wonder how Walmart gets all those millions of produtcs to you? To help track and coordinate all those products, they use technology called RFID. RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. RFID technology starts with the electronic tag. This tag can store and process all kinds of information. To read the information of RFID tag, it must pass by a RFID scanner. Walmart uses RFID technology throughout the supply chain. Walmart's vendors like Kellogg's attaches RFID tags to its piles of goods containing information about that pallet. That pallet gets transported to one of Walmart's distribution center. Walmart then scans the pallet and breaks it down. The pallet then gets transported to the Walmart store. Once the pallet reaches the store, the pallet is scanned again. The product is then placed on the stor shelves. As the pallet passes through the supply chain, the information about the pallet is added to a computer tracking system. The tracking system helps eliminate errors and ensures quality. What does the future look like for RFID technology? The size of the RFID tag will decrease significantly, resembling a grain of sand on one's finger. Eventually, the size and price of RFID tags will get so low. They will be incorporated into every product. That's replacing bar codes. RFID tag has also been incorporated into credit cards that * purchases. Eventually, RFID tags will be in everything, and system will develop around them to completely eliminate the checkout. No more lines, no more waiting, no more checkout. With all of this technology, let's see what shopping might look like in the real world. In the future, RFID technology will affect the shopping experience of everyday consumer. When you shop, long lines and scannable bar codes will be eliminated. Instead, items are scanned by the RFID tags, and they are end up by the shopping card.(?????) When the shopper leaves, the scanner reads the RFID tags at the door and automatically charges the shopper's credit card read by the RFID scanner. RFID will make the shopping expierence faster and better for everyone.

swipe: 刷(磁卡)
coordinate: 使协调, 使相配合
vendor: 供应商
pallet: 运货板
eliminate: 消除
incorporate: 合并
bar codes: 条形码
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本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2011-1-22 11:42 编辑 [HM]
How do you go shopping?You get in your car and you drive to Walmart.
You grab your items and flip your *
When you have all of your items, You go to check and wait in line.
The clerk scans each of your items, * them up and bags them.
You swipe your credit, you thank the clerk, you leave Walmart, get in your car and drive home.
It's easy, right? But Don't you ever wonder how Walmart gets all those millions of products to you?
To help track and coordinate all those products, these technologies call RFID.
RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification.
RFID technologies start with electronic tag. This tag can store and process all kinds of information. To read the information of the RFID tag, it must pass by a RFID scanner.
Walmart uses RFID technology through out its supply chain.
Walmart's venders like Kellogg's attaches RFID tags to its *  of goods containing information about that poptart.
That popart gets transported to one of Walmart's distribution center. Walmart then scans the poptart and breaks it down.  The poptart then gets transported to the Walmart store. Once the poptart reaches the store, the poptart is scanned again.  The product is then placed on the store shelves.  As the poptart passes through the supply chain, information about the poptart is added to a computer tracking system. Tracking system helps eliminate errors and insure quality.  
But what does the future look like for  RFID technology?
The size of RFID tags will decrease significantly, resembling a grain of sand on *.
Eventually, the size and price of RFID tags will get so low , they will be incorporated into every product thus replacing *.
RFID tech has also been incorporated into credit cards that expertise purchases.
Eventually, RFID techs will in every thing, and system will be developed around them to completely eliminate the check out.
No more lines, no more waiting, no more checkout.
With all these technologies. Let's see what shopping might look like in the real world.
In the future, RFID technology will affect shopping experience of every day consumer.
When you shop, long lines and scannable bar codes will be eliminated. Instead, the items are scanned by the RFID techs and added up by the shopping mall.  When a shopper leaves, the scanner reads RFID tags at the door and automatically charges the shopper's credit card read by the RFID scan.
RFID will make shopping experience faster and better for everyone.  Yeh~~

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How do you go shopping? You get in your car and you drive to Walmart. You grab your items and fill up your cart. When you have all of your items, you go to the checkout and wait in line. The clerk scans each of your items, and totals them up and bags them. You swipe your credit card. You thank the clerk. You leave Walmart, get in your car and drive home.

 

It's easy, right? But don't you ever wonder how Walmart gets all those millions of products to you?

 

To help track and coordinate all those products, we use a technology called RFID.

 

RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. RFID technology starts with electronic tag. This tag can store and process all kinds of information. To read the information of the RFID tag, it must pass by a RFID scanner.

 

Walmart uses RFID technology throughout its supply chain. Walmart's venders like Kellogg's attaches RFID tags to its pallets of goods containing information about that pallet. That pallet gets transported to one of Walmart's distribution center. Walmart then scans the pallet and breaks it down. The pallet then gets transported to the Walmart’s store. Once the pallet reaches the store, the pallet is scanned again. The product is then placed on the store shelves. As the pallet passes through the supply chain, information about the pallet is added to a computer tracking system. The tracking system helps eliminate errors and ensures quality. 

 

But what does the future look like for RFID technology?

 

The size of RFID tags will decrease significantly, resembling a grain of sand on one's finger. Eventually, the size and price of RFID tags will get so low, they will be incorporated into every product thus replacing bar codes. RFID tags have also been incorporated into credit cards to expedite purchases. Eventually, RFID tags will be in everything, and systems will be developed around them to completely eliminate the checkout. No more lines, no more waiting, no more checkout.

 

With all of this technology, let's see what shopping might look like in the real world.

 

In the future, RFID technology will affect the shopping experience of everyday consumer. When you shop, long lines and scannable bar codes will be eliminated. Instead, / items are scanned by the RFID tags and they’re added up by the shopping card. When a shopper leaves, the scanner reads RFID tags at the door and automatically charges the shopper's credit card read by the RFID scanner. RFID will make the shopping experience faster and better for everyone. 

 

Yeah!




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