This section makes several suggestions based on experience gathered from implementing real-world RFID systems. The suggestions are free-form and are listed here without any order of priority:
Test, test, and test.
Analysis first, hands-on next.
Avoid scope creep.
Need for multiple tag checkpoints.
Composition relationships are important.
Never overlook tag validation.
Include expectation management.
Remote monitoring and management capabilities are essential.
Time process changes.
Comply with regulations.
Need for patience and hard work.
Involve smart people.
The following subsections explain what these mean.
An RFID system should be tested as thoroughly as possible, and then some. ...