Much has changed since RFID — radio-frequency identification — first appeared on the meeting scene in the early 2000s. Now, with voting and social applications, RFID can create a whole new level of interactivity for attendees, companies, sponsors and virtual visitors.
You’re probably already aware that radio-frequency identification chips (RFID), which store and transmit unique customer data, can be found in many credit cards and ID cards, but did you know they’re also in all passports issued after October 2006? Marketers and high-tech identity thieves are constantly developing new ways to use this information. Protect yourself […]
Wireless technology is everywhere: We can send and receive e-mails anywhere, answer cell phones through car dashboards and get directions from satillites while driving. But planners have barely scratched the surface as far as incorporating the power of wireless communication into events.