ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- At just about any conference these days related to technology in retailing, the subject of radio frequency identification, particularly as it is being developed by the Auto-ID Center at MIT, Cambridge, Mass., is addressed. Indeed, when it comes to any thinking about the "store of the future," the "warehouse of the future," or just the "supply chain of the future," Auto-ID technology invariably takes center stage. Auto-ID technology is based on what is called the ...
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