Facts and Figures
Making the world a little better with RFID
In 2010, the World Conservation Union (IUCN) says that of our planet's 5,490 mammals, 79 are extinct or extinct in the wild, 188 are critically endangered, 449 are endangered and 505 are vulnerable. Researchers and scientists use RFID to track animals so they can learn more about their habits. Data gathered are used as part of their efforts to fight extinction and protect the planet's biodiversity. Researchers and scientists use RFID to track animals and learn about their habits as part of their efforts to fight extinction and protect the planet's biodiversity. Read more about how RFID is being used with polar bears, wild boars, jaguars and macaws, or how it is used to collect valuable data about the flora of the rainforest.