A Pure-Play RFID Stock for IoT Investors

Over our many years of writing about disruptive technologies, we can never predict what sort of response our content will elicit. We’re not just talking about the cease-and-desist threats we get from penny stocks we write about, we’re talking about some downright spooky stuff. No article we’ve written has elicited more interesting emails than our piece on Who Makes the RFID Chip Implants for Humans? We actually wrote about this in a follow-up piece titled How To Go About Treating Schizophrenia.

Long story short, some people suffering from mental disorders believe that they’re being tracked. When they come across our article on using Radio frequency identification (RFID) tags for humans, they naturally want to know more about the companies involved. (Whenever this happens, we always try to gently suggest that they get some opinions from multiple mental health professionals.) It just goes to show how pervasive RFID has become that it’s even the technology of choice for paranoid schizophrenics. Today, we’re going to talk about a pure-play stock that’s using RFID technology for non-human applications – Impinj (PI).

What is RFID?

RFID or radio frequency identification is pretty much what it says on the tin. It’s the ability to track an item bas

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