Wouldn't it be nice not to carry a bunch of cards around or have to worry about remembering identification information? We've all struggled with keeping track of our seemingly infinite number of login passwords. This microchip could do it all for you. Read about how one company is implementing the microchip system:
Three Square Market (32M) is a technology company which specializes in mircomarkets for work spaces. Micromarkets are like a more sophisticated vending machine, allowing employees a wider variety of foods using a self-checkout.
The microchip itself will be no larger than a grain of rice, and it takes only 3 seconds to implant. According to 32M, the chip is completely approved by the FDA, and has been for 13 years.
“The chip is not trackable and only contains information you choose to associate with it. This chip does not have GPS capabilities.”
The voluntary program, which 50 employees have already agreed to try, is aimed to eliminate cards, pages, and even money.
“RFID technology or Radio-Frequency Identification uses electromagnetic fields to identify electronically stored information,” 32M says. “The RFID chip will allow employees to make purchases in the company’s break room market, open doors, login to computers, use copy machines, among other things.”
CEO Todd Westby said in a company statement. “Eventually, this technology will become standardized allowing you to use this as your passport, public transit, all purchasing opportunities, etc.”
Would you agree to try the microchip system if your company was offering it?
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