Considering the glacial pace that is the world of global standards bodies, its not surprising that developers need to think far ahead. But as the politically-complicated RFID community has just started getting used to RFIDs Gen2, some are already prepping for Gen3. Thats making some in the industry feelings a little skittish--or perhaps nauseous.
"Some people are so committed to RFID Gen2" that talk of Gen3 "is like garlic to a vampire," said Kevin Ashton, a VP at ThingMagic and co-founder of MITs Auto-ID Center.
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