Florida High School Students Use RFID To Detect Guns Entering Buildings
By Krystle Vermes
Tech Times – May 3, 2016
Teaser from the article linked above –
PTS Lead Developer Howard Heckman helped the team refine its product, which can now instantly pull up a gun owner’s photograph and data if he or she triggers the RFID system. After presenting its project at a statewide conference on April 13, the team has plans to bring it to the political realm.
Whoa there folks I am under the impression that for an RFID system to operate there needs to be a chip as the Vet plants in your dog/cat. If I am correct about this just how are these students proposing to place a chip on or into the firearm that might be carried into a building? Furthermore in order for the system perform as noted in the quoted paragraph the firearm and the owner have to be registered.
This sounds to me like some pie in the sky concept proposed by well meaning students but is encouraged by adults who haven’t the foggiest idea what is being proposed. My reaction is go take a long walk off a short pier. And don’t hurry back.