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IteMinder can help users find property in a room using passive RFID and an autonomous robot. First, we attach RFID tags to the target items and at typical locations in a room. We also attach an RFID reader and a laser rangefinder to the robot. The robot can move around the entire room automatically while avoiding obstacles using the laser rangefinder. When the robot finds a tagged item, it uploads the tag ID and location information to the database. Users can then browse target items and their...
On-Site Printable Universal Mini RFID Tags
Small profile, big results! Perfect for on-site printing and on-demand RFID tag encoding and printing.
With a smaller footprint and low profile, the Universal Mini RFID Asset Tag easily fits in smaller places and on assets where other tags may be too large.
Developed using the same premise as our original Universal RFID Asset Tag, the smaller tag utilizes a patented inlay design and passive RFID technology to obtain incredible read ranges on a variety of different materials - metal, plastic...
Off the Beaten Path in Pervasive Computing
Many of our current research projects at MERL are squarely in the pervasive-computing realm, such as: interactive multi-user tabletop displays, operator-identifying automotive controls, digital home networking, location-aware RFID tags, semi-passive RFID tags for sensor networks, novel physical and chemical sensors, speech-based information retrieval for mobile devices, and vision-based person/object tracking.┬á But because the results of this work have been or will be presented in forums...
From: Microsoft Research
RF74xxID - A passive RFID Tag from 7400 discrete logic
RF74xxID is an RFID Tag made entirely of 7400 logic chips. Designed for the 7400 Contest 2012 and morphed into a gadget with real world use. RF74xxID emulates all EM4100 type tags and any ID can be set by switches. See http://www.vagrearg.org/content/rf74xxid for a detailed description on device operation and build.
From: Open Space Aarhus
RFID experiment - Anti Hijack Prototype
Creating a prototype for anti hijack, intended for motorcycle rider. Recently in here, hijacking motorcycle crime has arised. Usually the hijacker operates at midnight till dusk on desolate or quiet streets.
This prototype uses RFID to check every 3 seconds if the RFID tag still in place, if not, it will warn 3 times on amber LED, then if it still doesn't find the tag, it will beeps repeatedly with blinking red LED then after 4-5 seconds if still doesn't find the tag, it will trigger the relay...
From: riza endartama
Radio-frequency identification (RFID)
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. The tags contain electronically stored information. Passive tags collect energy from a nearby RFID reader's interrogating radio waves. Active tags have a local power source such as battery and may operate at hundreds of meters from the RFID reader. Unlike a barcode, the tag need not be within the line of sight of the reader, so it may be embedded in the tracked object....
From: Amin Kazemi
The RFID Network News: Host Louis Sirico
In the premier edition of the RFID Network NEWS:
- How RFID is used to track elephants at the Dallas Zoo
- A new RFID handheld reader from Hana Innosys
- A new desktop RFID reader from Thinkify
- And the largest passive RFID tag we've ever seen.
Host: Louis Sirico
From: Louis Sirico
Badge RFID Tag
The Claitec's badge RFID tag, is a device that combines dual technology RFID, passive and active. It can be used with our PAS (Pedestrian Alert System).
The passive RFID technology allow our customers to maintain the existing access control and adding our PAS safety functionality.
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It is possible that active or battery-assisted passive (BAP) RFID tags, used with or in place of barcodes, could broadcast a signal to an in-store receiver to determine whether the RFID tag (product) is in the store.
Sensor Tadpole is an award-winning passive RAIN RFID sensor tag, used to detect small amounts of water leakage inside vehicles. Several OEM’s have successfully tested the cost-effective UHF tag in cars to ensure that they leave the factory watertight. The comprehensive RFID solution may also find applications in aviation manufacture, shipbuilding and many more. Sensor Tadpole won the "Best New Product" category at the prestigious 2016 RFID Journal Awards in Orlando, Florida.
From: SMARTRAC TECHNOLOGY