ISO and EPC have difference point in deal with RFID products.
ISO mainly focused on standards that deal with air-interface protocol and applications for RFID. EPC deals with more than just how tags and readers communicate.
EPC global – this is the standardization framework that is most likely to undergo international standardisation according to ISO rules as with all sound standards in the world, unless residing with limited scope, as customs regulations, air-traffic regulations and others. Currently the big distributors and governmental customers are pushing heavily as a standard well-accepted in their community, but not yet regarded as for salvation to the rest of the world.
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
The Electronic Product Code is a global standard created by EPCglobal for use in many industries such as the RFID field. In 2006, the EPC Gen 2 was adopted by the International Standards Organization (ISO) as the ISO 18000-6C standard. ISO mainly focused on standards that deal with air-interface protocol and applications for RFID. it deals with more than just how tags and readers communicate; it also creates network standards to govern how data is shared among different companies and organizations.