Radio-frequency identification (RFID) wristbands are wearable devices that use electromagnetic field energy for identification, tracking and other purposes. The following reports take a closer look at the global RFID market and where it's headed.
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) wristbands contain special electronic tags that can receive and transmit data via radio frequencies. The electronic tags used in such wristbands, however, are incredibly small and compact, with some being no larger than a sticker.
When worn, an RFID wristband can communicate with nearby devices, allowing for the exchange of data in a seamless manner.
So, what are some common uses for RFID wristbands? Perhaps the most common application is in healthcare.
In the past, patients at hospitals have been required to wear wristbands with a bar code, which a practitioner or nurse could scan to access the patient's medical information. While many healthcare practices continue to use these bar code wristbands, some are making the switch to RFID wristbands.
An RFID wristband serves this same purpose but eliminates the step of manually scanning. When a patient wears an RFID wristband, the hospital can automatically scan the wristband to retrieve his or her medical information.
And by eliminating the step of manually scanning patients' wristbands, the hospital can focus their time and attention elsewhere.
The Global Medical RFID Wristband Indu…ket Research 2017 report by The Market Reports is a professional study of the global medical RFID wristband market.. Covering both current and future prospective scenarios through 2022, it analyzes the market from all angles.
While the report analyzes the entire global market for medical RFID wristband devices, it focuses heavily on regions in which such products are widely consumed, including North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia, China and Japan.
Within this report, you'll find detailed information on the market's segments and sub-segments as well as key vendors, competitive landscape analysis, growth drivers, market challenges and more. The report concludes with a feasability assessment of new investment projects in the global medical RFID market, which professionals can use to make better decisions.
The Global RFID Wristband Industry Market Research 2017 report by The Market Reports is a second professional analysis of the global RFID wristband market, though it covers all areas of application as opposed to just medical applications. Featuring 148 pages, complete with figures, tablets and relevant statistics, it provides a thorough and detailed look at the RFID wristband market.
This report covers much of the same information listed in the first report. Again, however, it's not limited strictly to medical applications.
RFID wristbands are used in a wide variety of applications and industries, including commerce, transportation, sports, waste management, education, transportation and more.
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