According to the media, RFID is the next big thing; most people, however, have not even noticed. The truth is that RFID tags are used in many places as a form of loss control. Currently, they provide authentication, integrity, and alarm controls. As an authentication control, they can carry identifying information that scanners can convert either into permissions like at a tollbooth or into fees as in a grocery store check-out. When used for integrity, the tags help the cargo move through the supply chain, especially when using third-party transportation systems, while maintaining precise inventory information. As an alarm, the tags are already adorning clothing and high-ticket items like jewelry and electronics to prevent an item from leaving the store without first being deactivated. The RFID tags are always finding new roles within loss control, and this is evident from the products and services they've been integrated with.
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