The purpose of this research was to study the implementation of radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies used to track equipment and supplies. Current implementation issues and strategies for future use were collected from leading edge organizations from the military and private sector. A formal comparison found both similarities and differences between how industry and the Army are implementing and using RFID technologies in their supply chains and logistics networks. This article focuses on these similarities and differences, to include a gap between the Army and industry regarding RFID tag use and implementation, and a difference in the overall focus of how RFID tags are or plan to be used in both environments.
O'Brien, Kristine M. & Swartz, Stephen M. (2004). A comparison of implementation issues and strategies for radio frequency identification technologies between the U.S. military and private sector organizations. Journal of Transportation Management, 15(2), 10-18. doi: 10.22237/jotm/1093996980