RFID gains prominence after Covid-19

The year 2020 will be remembered for the COVID-19 pandemic. The year also prompted a worldwide shift away from physical contact. In doing so, it led to a significant increase in the day-to-day use of contactless technology or Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology.

After coronavirus became a common word, the move towards RFID technology solutions also saw a rise in popularity. This article talks about how contactless technology became vital after the pandemic which has also resulted in the increased use of emerging technologies in our daily lives.

RFID technology helps us live better and healthier lives

The world has made taking steps to maintain hygiene and sanitation an integral part of itself, after being hit by Covid-19. RFID technology eases the way we live, buy products, and get information. The most in-demand noncontact technology include Infrared scanning and temperature sensors, face recognition, self-cleaning locations. We can continue to live a better and healthier life, with such technology, even after we find a solid solution to Covid-19.

Besides this, RFID technology enables people who are above the age of 65 or are disabled to access all appliances and devices without being physically present or without moving from one place to another. For the elderly people, especially those who live independently, a fully automated home is an absolute helping hand. In the post-Covid world, noncontact technology will simplify everyday tasks and offer a sense of safety and security to all. Such technologies show some trends that will unfold as a daily practice in the new normal.

Emerging technologies also gain traction after Covid-19

Technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) which are currently emerging have also started gaining traction as they can bring a dramatic change in the world. Giving a healthy and safe environment to our children has risen to the top of the hygiene and health-care priority list after the world was hit by Covid-19.

Smart buildings that place a greater emphasis on well-being and safety of employees will provide a much more secure and healthier working environment for the sustainability of a business or organization.

Consumer demand for Internet of Things (IoT)-based home automation products and solutions has exploded. The same is true for consumer demand for contactless technology and home automation solutions.

Automated systems have simplified everything from air conditioning and heating to lighting and security in the workplace.

This change in the lifestyles of people has made smart buildings and offices more popular in the world.

Mobile apps, remote controls, or voice-activated assistants like Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa can control everything from doorbells to lights to home appliances.

Noncontact technology includes infrared scanning and temperature sensors, face recognition, and self-cleaning locations.

According to a Consumer Reports report, contactless technology or RFID technology will simplify everyday tasks as well as provide a sense of safety and security to everyone in the post-Covid world.

The report says smart technologies show some trends that will be commonplace in the future generation.

Original Source of article:BuzzCeO

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