Siemens plans to establish a Scandinavian RFID competence centre  

Siemens Business Services plans to set up a Scandinavian centre for Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

Siemens Business Services, a subsidiary of the Siemens group, plans to establish a Scandinavian competence centre for Radio Frequency Identification or RFID, a term used for technologies that use radio waves to automatically identify objects. The Scandinavian RFID competence centre will draw on the international experience of SBS's involvement with the German supermarket chain Metros Future Store and the German research Institute Fraunhofer IFF.


Lars Smith, sales and marketing director at Siemens Business Services says that several companies are well advanced in their studies of RFID and how it can help improve the flow of goods in the whole supply chain. Other areas such as the production industry and hospitals are also expected to implement the new technology in the future.


Siemens Business Services is a total supplier of solutions and services covering the entire process from design and implementation to operation and maintenance of IT and communication solutions. Siemens Business Services is a SAP and Microsoft partner and employs about 1,100 people in Scandinavia. The news is reported in a press release from Siemens Business Services Denmark.

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