Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) was invented with the purpose to insert chips into “things” that would emit an ID through radio frequency so that they could be identified and tracked wirelessly. This technology was originally designed to identify and track products throughout the manufacturing and distribution process.
In today’s busy world, we are all looking for more streamlined and convenient solutions to make things a little simpler. Remember the days when huge bulky wallets became the source of backaches? Some people began using money-clips—which were extremely limiting—while others began carrying around murses (man purses), and even the hilarious fanny-pack.