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RFID Tags Market - - The U.S. Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017 - 2025

LONDON, June 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

U.S. RFID Market: Overview

Radio frequency identification (RFID) tags are the electronic tags that functions on the principle of radio waves. RFID tags are primarily used to monitor and track objects using RFID reader. The information recorded by RFID tag can be read by scanning devices through RFID technology. RFID tags market report provides analysis for the period 2015-2025, wherein the period from 2017 to 2025 is the forecast period and 2016 is the base year. The report covers all the major trends and technologies playing influential role in the RFID tags market's growth over the forecast period. The study provides a complete perspective on the U.S RFID tags market in terms of revenue (in US$ Mn and Mn Units). The market overview of the report demonstrates the market dynamics such as drivers, restraints, and opportunities that influence the current nature and future status of RFID tags market in the U.S. along with the key indicators and trends. The report also provides a market attractive analysis for every segment in order to provide in-depth understanding of the overall scenario of RFID tags market in the U.S.

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Global RFID Market: Segmentation

The U.S. RFID tags market is segmented on the basis of type, product type and end-use industry. The type segment includes active and passive RFID tags. The basis of differentiation of active and passive RFID tags is power source. Active RFID tags are battery powered, whereas, passive RFID tags do not have an internal power source. On the basis of product type, RFID tags market is segmented into healthcare tags, commercial tags, correctional tags and others. Healthcare tags are used to track medicines, patient management, and medical staff management among others. With increasing requirement for inventory management, commercial tags are expected to view an increase in demand during the forecast period. The tags used to monitor inmates, security control and access management are generally termed as correctional tags. The factors that impact adoption of healthcare tags, commercial tags and correctional tags are identified in the report. On the basis of end-use industry, the RFID tags market is segmented as healthcare, retail, automotive, logistics and transportation, surveillance and security and others (consisting of sports, wildlife, livestock and IT).

Global RFID Market: Competitive Landscape

Furthermore, the report analyzes the impact, market trends and opportunities of the U.S. RFID tags market for the forecast period 2017-2025. The report also covers the RFID tags segment trends in the U.S, market opportunities, strategies adopted by market players that are leading to the growth in adoption of RFID tags. Reasons for the growth and adoption of various segments are also included in the report. The RFID tags market report also covers the market share analysis of the key players engaged in RFID tags market of the U.S. The essential information pertaining to segment growth, segment trends are also analyzed in the report. Furthermore, the segment analysis explains the factors which are currently affecting the RFID tags market in the U.S. This report also provides the ecosystem analysis for the RFID tags market which explains the participants of the value chain. The RFID tags market in the U.S. is viewing aggressive competition. In addition to this major mergers, acquisitions and partnerships by market players are highlighted in the U.S. RFID tags market report.

Key Players Mentioned in this Report are:

Major business strategies adopted by key players, SWOT analysis, business overview and product offerings have also been identified in the research report. The key highlight of the report, includes revenue and volume of key market players on the basis of active and passive segment in terms of U.S$ Mn and thousand units. The prominent service providers engaged in the U.S. RFID Tags market include AMS AG, Atmel Corporation, Impinj Inc., Alien Technology, Confidex LTD., HID USA Corporation, Invengo Information Technology Co., Ltd., NXP Semiconductors N.V., Omni- ID Ltd. and RF Code Inc.

The U.S. RFID Tags market is segmented as below:

The U.S. RFID Tags Market

By Type

Active
Passive

By Product Type

Healthcare Tags
Commercial Tags
Correctional Tags
Others

By End-use Industry

Health Care
Retail
Automotive
Logistics and Transportation
Surveillance and Security
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