DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Human Subdermal Identification: Implanting Employees With RFID Chips in the Enterprise Workplace - An Assessment of Technology, Considerations and Feasibility" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Driven mostly by virtues of novelty, curiosity, and the ongoing quest for improved user convenience, there is increased interest beyond the traditional small community that has been implanting itself. These factors, along with the need to improve success is giving way to vendors attempting to productize implantable chip solutions for both biohacking individuals and commercial enterprises.
Commercializing RFID implantable chips isn't new. There has been a narrow set of attempts to do so going back over a decade. There are several reasons why they failed, but technology was a significant factor. As implantable chips need to be subdermal, their communication requires using a contactless interface with respective (external) applications. Unfortunately, there weren't many contactless applications, standards, or hardware to support it. As a result, solutions were very limited in capability and value. Along with other barriers, productized solutions failed to make a mass general release offering.
However, since that time, technology and infrastructure have made significant advancements, making it much more possible. In particular, nearly all technologies that people use every day - from payments to cryptocurrency, to audio and video, and even authentication using asymmetric keys in a variety of modes - have shown progress. As contactless technology becomes pervasive in people's lives, not only does the value emerge but also the expectation that the hardware itself falls into the background.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Executive Summary
3. Research Process & Scope
5. Barriers for Adoption
6. Context: Enterprise Requirements
7. Current-State Market Assessment
8. Enterprise Feasibility and Gap Assessment
9. Technology Gaps and Future Evolution
- Three Square Market
- Vivo Key
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