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Smartphone RFID Reader and Writer: Improving Healthcare in UN Refugee Camps
In refugee camps, it is difficult to track patient information because refugees frequently move between camps and medical clinics. Working with doctors from Harvard, this project develops a solution that will allow patients to carry their medical information on a radio frequency identification (RFID) tag. The smartphone (or table) and associated device allow physicians to read and write information to RFID tags storing relevant patient data. This lowers the cost to care and monitor transient...
Internet of Things - IoT - RFID connects THINGS to ERP
Internet of Things gives many advantages when used with Radio Frequency Identification tag - RFID. RFID lets businesses make smart connections, to automate processes, improve customer loyalty and cut costs with remote monitoring.
Internet of Things - IoT - is an ecosystem of technologies monitoring the status of physical objects, capturing meaningful data, and communicating that information through IP networks to ERP software applications.
Mr. Jyotindra Zaveri is explaining how RFID reader...
From: Jyotindra Zaveri
TagTrack: Indoor Device-Free Localization and Tracking Using Passive RFID Tags
We showcase a novel localization and tracking system based on
the Received Signal Strength (RSS) field formed by cost-efficient Radio-Frequency Identification passive tags.
More details please refer to MobiQuitous paper 'TagTrack: Device-free Localization and Tracking Using Passive RFID Tags'
From: Lina Yao
The LABLD tag is a reusable, re-programmable retail tag that uses radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to store individualized product information. Scanning the RFID tag with a smartphone or reader activates interactive product information, enhancing the customer experience. The LABLD tag can be removed, reprogrammed, and re-affixed to another product, making them faster and easier than traditional UPC inventory tracking and eliminating the need for wasteful paper retail tags....
From: Kyle Gillis
RFID for Supply Chain Management DSIM 518
RFID = Radio Frequency Identification.
2- RFID vs. Bar Code
3- RFID Catagories
a/ Tags types:
active - semi-passive - passive - chipless
b/ Major purposes:
Authentication - Identification - Tracking
c/ Tag holder:
Human - Subject
4- Application Consideration
a- connect psychical world to digital world.
b- improve efficiency
c- enhance safety
RFID improves businesses.