RFID makes life more convenient, creating time for leisure activities
RFID doesn’t just help retailers and suppliers save time and effort. The technology is used for all sorts of cultural and leisure applications. It helps students, consumers, holiday-makers, tourists and fitness fanatics do the things they like faster and more effectively.
Museums around the world are using RFID to track and trace their artefacts in order to bring you interesting exhibits without putting priceless works of art at risk. But that’s not all. Museum-goers can benefit directly from RFID: using a handheld computer, an art-lover can read an exhibit’s RFID tag to call down additional information on bird species or human genetics. Or, for example, an RFID tag can be used to collect web links that museum visitors can read once they get home.
RFID-based access systems can reduce queues at these very same museums or at your favourite shop or library – or even on the ski slopes or when you wait to view famous monuments in Rome or Paris.
And, last but not least, cashless RFID payment systems at resorts, fitness studios and public baths help people relax, since visitors don’t have to worry about their wallets while taking a dip or having a game of tennis.
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