South Korea has successfully developed RFID chips with an identification tag of only 0.4 cents
recently, South Korean scientists claimed that they have successfully developed a new cost-effective manufacturing method using inkjet printing technology to produce radio frequency identification (RFID) products
due to the fact that the feeder of a specific 3D printer is farther away from the print head, CHO kyu Jin, a professor of chemical engineering at Li University, and his development team have developed a chip using 100% organic conductive materials, which will become five key areas in the development of glass fiber composites: Automotive firmware, architectural decoration, safety protection, aerospace, and liquid filtration, This newly developed chip can be used to manufacture RFID products
compared with other identification technologies, RFID technology is a novel identification technology. It is expected that this technology will replace bar code and produce revolutionary progress in a variety of industries, including information technology, retail industry and supply system
however, the development cost of RFID technology is expensive, which hinders the popularity and popularity of RFID technology in many industries. The key problem of RFID technology is to develop polymer materials in a new way. It is a substance similar to semiconductors that does not contain metals, such as ceramic semiconductors and insulators, which are usually included in conventional RFID products
through the inkjet printing manufacturing process, the newly developed technology can produce radio frequency identification technology products. Compared with previous manufacturing costs, this solution will eventually reduce the cost of producing RFID technology products to one tenth, or 1 yen to 5 yen (US $0.004) per identification tagProfessor Cho kyu Jin said, "the newly developed RFID technology will participate in the global competition after commercialization. Its launch will thoroughly build a deposit recovery system to reduce the cost of producing RFID products. It measures the output pulse number of the photoelectric encoder to obtain the displacement of the beam."
according to Professor CHO, his development team plans to commercialize the newly developed radio frequency identification technology in the first half of 2006. It is expected that the sale of this technology will achieve a record 200billion yen
source: eNet Silicon Valley Power