Worldwide, legislation is driving RFID rollouts for animal tagging, often subsidized by governments. Why? concerns over animal health, potential bio-terrorism, food safety, international trade, and improving supply chain management have made animal and meat traceability essential.
With Asia Pacific having the highest livestock population globally, the RFID animal tagging market in the region is set to achieve growth.
“RFID in animal tagging may not be the largest application of RFID in Asia Pacific,” a Frost & Sullivan analyst noted recently. “However, its benefits and the special features of track and trace can prove to be highly profitable and worthwhile for farmers and suppliers.”
For more information, check out Frost & Sullivan’s white paper “Assessment of Asia Pacific RFID Animal Tagging Market”.