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Table of Contents

RF Radio Frequency Identification, Executive SummaryMarket Overview and IntroductionMarket Overview and IntroductionSummary of Major FindingsSecurity/Access Control IndustryManufacturing/Logistics ManagementTransportationAnimal TrackingRF Radio Frequency Identification, Brief Market Overview: A Supply-Side SynopsisMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket Overview by IndustryOverall RFID MarketSecurity SegmentManufacturing and Logistics Management SegmentTransportation SegmentAnimal Tracking SegmentKey IssuesCost ReductionEducation and TrainingSystems IntegrationStrategic FocusRF Radio Frequency Identification, Research MethodologyIntroductionIntroductionScope and DefinitionScope of the StudyApplications and Products DefinitionSampling ProcessSample FramePopulationSample DefinitionSample SizeSample Selection ProcessQuestionnaire DevelopmentFramework DevelopmentQualifiersStructurePretestingData Acquisition and SummaryQuestionnaire AdministrationData SummaryData Analysis and Report WritingFrequenciesCross TabulationsReport StructureReport WritingRF Radio Frequency Identification, Security/Access Control: A Demand Side PerspectiveOverviewOverviewIdentification Systems UsedPassive Tags Seem the Most Widely Accepted and Commonly Used RFID ProductType of ApplicationType of ApplicationSystems ClassificationUse of RFID as a System Component Was More Common Than As a Stand-Alone SystemSystem Set-UpUse of System Integrator Seems the Method of Choice for Purchasing and Setting Up RFID SystemsEvoked Vendor SetEvoked Vendor SetAwareness of VendorsAwareness of VendorsPerceptions of Equipment UsedPerceptions of Equipment UsedRFID Equipment Scored High on Attributes Such As Accuracy; Reliability and User-FriendlinessScope for Improvement Exists in Warranty and Service Support for RFID Equipment"Price to Performance Ratio"— Major Improvement Warranted in This AreaPerceptions of Vendors and Service ProvidersPerceptions of Vendors and Service ProvidersRFID Equipment Providers Scored Moderately High in the End-User Perception of Their Assistance in Evaluation; Help in Installation and TroubleshootingResults of Survey Indicated Need for Improvement in Training of Personnel; Provision of Manuals and Guides; Regular and Responsive Follow-Through and AffordabilityCommunication of Technological Developments and Company Developments and Aggressiveness of the Salesmen Were Rated LowInformation ChannelsTrade Publications Followed by Vendor Representatives; Publications and Groups Constitute Two-Thirds of Sources of Information About the Supply Side of Vibration Monitoring Among End UsersNearly 40 Percent of Respondents Indicated They Rely on Information from Other End UsersAbout 25 Percent of Respondents Indicated They Receive Their Information from TradeshowsSecond Source ManufacturersRFID End Users Are a Very Loyal GroupMotorola/Indala Appear To Be Most Common Second Source SupplierLow Ratings Were Typical for a Second Source ManufacturerSuggested ImprovementsAbout 7 Percent of Users Were Totally Satisfied with Their ProductRF Radio Frequency Identification, Manufacturing/ Logistics Management: A Demand Side PerspectiveOverviewOverviewSystem FeaturesSystem FeaturesMonitoring Systems UsedMonitoring Systems UsedSystem Set-UpSystem Set-UpEvoked Vendor SetEvoked Vendor SetAwareness of VendorsAwareness of VendorsPerceptions of Equipment UsedPerceptions of Equipment UsedRFID Equipment Scored High on Attributes Such As Accuracy; Reliability and Warranty and ServicePrice to Performance Ratio and User-Friendliness Were Also Rated HighlyPerceptions of Vendors and Service ProvidersPerceptions of Vendors and Service ProvidersInformation ChannelsInformation ChannelsSecond Source ManufacturersSecond Source ManufacturersLow Ratings Were Typical for a Second Source ManufacturerSuggested ImprovementsSuggested ImprovementsRF Radio Frequency Identification, Transportation: A Demand Side PerspectiveOverviewOverviewSystem ApplicationSystem ApplicationSystem Set-UpSystem Set-UpEvoked Vendor SetEvoked Vendor SetAwareness of VendorsAwareness of VendorsPerceptions of Equipment UsedPerceptions of Equipment UsedRFID Equipment Scored High on Attributes Such As Accuracy; Reliability and User-FriendlinessRespondents Rated Warranty and Service Support for RFID Equipment Moderately HighRespondents Believe Some Scope Exists for Improvement from a Price-to-Performance Ratio StandpointPerceptions of Vendors and Service ProvidersPerceptions of Vendors and Service ProvidersRFID Equipment Providers Scored Low on Assistance with Evaluation and Affordability Information ChannelsInformation ChannelsSecond Source ManufacturersSecond Source ManufacturersAreas for Improvement—Product RelatedAreas for Improvement—Product RelatedAreas for Improvement—Supplier RelatedAreas for Improvement—Supplier RelatedRF Radio Frequency Identification, Animal Tracking Industry: A Demand Side PerspectiveOverviewOverviewSystem ApplicationSystem ApplicationType of MonitoringType of MonitoringSystem Set-UpSystem Set-UpEvoked Vendor SetEvoked Vendor SetAwareness of VendorsAwareness of VendorsPerceptions of Equipment UsedPerceptions of Equipment UsedPerceptions of Vendors and Service ProvidersPerceptions of Vendors and Service ProvidersInformation ChannelsInformation ChannelsSecond Source ManufacturersSecond Source ManufacturersPerceived ImprovementsPerceived ImprovementsRF Radio Frequency Identification, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Equipment: Purchasing and Usage TrendsOverviewOverviewLength of Time for Purchase Decision MakingLength of Time for Purchase Decision MakingFactors Affecting Purchase Decision MakingFactors Affecting Purchase Decision MakingPreferred Types of Equipment SuppliersPreferred Types of Equipment SuppliersInformation Sources During Purchase Decision ProcessInformation Sources During Purchase Decision ProcessEquipment Purchases During Last Six Months and Future PlansEquipment Purchases During Last Six Months and Future PlansEquipment UtilizationEquipment UtilizationRF Radio Frequency Identification, Demographic Summaries of RespondentsTypes of CompaniesTypes of CompaniesCurrent and Estimated Annual Expenditures for RFID EquipmentCurrent and Estimated Annual Expenditures for RFID EquipmentRF Radio Frequency Identification, Database of Key Industry ParticipantsMarket ParticipantsMarket ParticipantsRelated CompaniesRelated CompaniesDistributorsDistributorsRF Radio Frequency Identification, End-User QuestionnaireEquipment Life-Cycle AnalysisNeeds Evaluation ProcessEnd-User QuestionnaireEnd-User QuestionnaireEquipment Life-Cycle AnalysisPurchase ProcessUsage ProcessDisposal ProcessDemographic Profiling QuestionsDemographic Profiling Questions




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