SPOTLIGHT: RFID, ZigBee to the rescue


The high-tech industry has yet to be heard on the energy issue. This is puzzling, because technology now offers a new and helpful set of tools. Specifically, writes Eric Lundquist, "The advent of RFID tagging, location-aware GPS services, and remote Web-based monitoring and control capabilities from organizations such as the ZigBee Alliance holds tremendous promise for using energy resources such as electricity in the most efficient manner." Article

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