More than half of the company’s employees Three Square Market agreed that they implanted the chip
The Wisconsin company Three Square Market, occupying the vending machines, offered its employees to implant chips that will allow you to pay in the company cafeteria, sign in computer system and copy machine.
In total the company employs 85 people. About 50 of them have already agreed to the implantation.
The implant is an RFID tag the size of a grain of rice and can interact with the reader equipment at a distance up to 15 cm. It is installed under the skin between the thumb and forefinger with a tool resembling a syringe. The chipset manufacturer is a Swedish company BioHax International. The project is part of the test, which is designed to help assess the prospects for widespread introduction of this technology.