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25 March 2006

Another RFID Bird Flu connection

Using RFID tags to track bird flu

RFID is spreading its wings in the pursuit of tracking a deadly threat.

Smart-tek, a company based in British Columbia, has successfully completed a test by using RFID tags to track birds in China, with an aim toward following the spread of bird flu. It is certainly a novel concept, and Smart-tek officials think that they have convinced the more than 50 government and industry experts who attended the recent demonstration.

The system has a rather long name - RFID Tracking Alert Containment and Poultry Monitoring, otherwise known as RTAC-PM. Birds are tagged and then monitored, with user-defined alerts.

If this kind of system does its job, it could help prevent what many health officials fear could become a pandemic. China has more than 13 billion chickens, the main spreaders of avian flu so far. Since 2003, 184 people have been infected and 103 have died from bird flu, mainly through contact with infected bird carcasses.

This is another example of how the powers that be wish to brainwash us on the idea of RFID tags being to our benefit....Soon, every chicken, horse, cow, etc, willl be numbered and tracked with a RFID tag....we will not be far behind.
He who has eyes to see should keep a close eye on the RFID situation...


24 March 2006

The latest in RFID News

Now for the week of March 24, 2006, here are some stories on the sinister RFID technology that will soon come to a right hand or forehead near you..........

Experts Warn of RFID Integrator Shortage

Experts are warning to expect a shortage of qualified personnel to install and run RFID when demand for the technology begins to peak over the next few years.

RFID to track bird-flu in China

Smart-Tek Solutions, Inc. announced the branding of its H5N1 tracking solution RTAC-PM (short for 'RFID Tracking Alert Containment and Poultry Monitoring) solution on March 21, 2006; after first publicly disclosing entry into the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) market in early November 2005.

According to press releases, Smart-Tek Solutions, Inc. estimates China holds a total of 13 billion chickens that could be exposed to bird-flu.

London to host RFID Show

Previous companies include Tesco, Wal-Mart, Procter and Gamble, GlaxoSmithKline, NHS, Rexam, Crown, Tyson Foods ....

I encourage everyone who may read this to go to Spychips.com for more information on the coming system that wants to number you!