Some people call it technology, then I call it tyranny, especially when I see it as a possible way to be used to take away our rights as citizens. Please see the following article that I found in butlercounty.biz ; and locate anything and everything you can on any companies anywhere in the country contracting with companies applying RFID chips to individuals. You can write to me here to blow the whistle on these places, and I promise you we will find out more about them.
A total of 37 RFID technology user and provider companies are located in the Cincinnati – Dayton region. For 32 of these companies, the region is home to their corporate headquarter locations.
Key RFID users and decision makers like Procter & Gamble, Kroger, Federated Department Stores, DHL, and the Department of Defense procurement center and R&D labs at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base are headquartered in the Cincinnati – Dayton region. The presence of significant RFID technology providers like Alien Technologies, NCR, Paxar, Teradata, and CDO Technologies make the region already a RFID cluster. In addition, the largest concentration of U.S. EPCglobal (the governing body of RFID) employees is located in Dayton making this region a true cluster for RFID technology.
Ten Fortune 500 companies and Nine Fortune 1000 companies call the Cincinnati – Dayton region home. In addition, significant barcode development occurred in southwest Ohio. A pack of Wrigley gum scanned at a Troy, Ohio Marsh grocery store in 1974 was the first commercial application.
Southwest Ohio is rich in advanced technology and research and development. There are 14 research centers specializing in fields of study from biomedical engineering and energy systems to membrane technology and aerospace. These include Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (the USAF R&D center, University of Cincinnati Research Center
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