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Shanghai, China, 14 May 2010 Smart Tracking: Usage of IPv6 in RFID System for Global Mobility Labonnah Farzana Rahman Dept. of Electrical Electronic and.

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1 Shanghai, China, 14 May 2010 Smart Tracking: Usage of IPv6 in RFID System for Global Mobility Labonnah Farzana Rahman Dept. of Electrical Electronic and Systems Engineering Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, UKM, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia ITU-T WORKSHOP ICTs: Building the Green City of the Future (Shanghai, China, 14 May 2010)

2 Shanghai, China, 14 May Agenda Introduction RFID Technology Features of IPv6 IEEE b Standard Proposed System Objective Milestones Conclusion

3 Shanghai, China, 14 May Introduction The smart city is the ability to access any application at anytime from anywhere Smart Cities should implement e-health e-government e-commerce systems Cities become Smarter with Object Identification Network of things High speed Wireless Network Monitoring by Sensors Cities become Green with Low power consumption

4 Shanghai, China, 14 May Object Recognition/ tracking system RFID system consists transponder (i.e., the tag itself) transceiver (i.e., the reader) To track any object it uses an EPC An EPC is either 64-bit or 96-bit identifier Header-2 bits EPC Manager- 21 bits Object Class- 17 bits Serial Number-24 bits RFID Technology HEPC ManagerObject ClassSerial Number Figure 1: EPC 64 bit

5 Shanghai, China, 14 May Features of IPv6 Bring the idea Network of things Ease of Deployment Global Mobility Multicast/Anycast Security Scalability 128 bit address structure(16 octets) Subnet Prefix / Network Prefix Interface ID- EUI 64 bit IPv6 128 bits Interface IDSubnet Prefix 64 bits Figure 2: IPv6 Address format

6 Shanghai, China, 14 May IEEE b Standard High speed Wireless Networks or Wi-Fi Extension of IEEE standard to IEEE802.11b standard Applies to wireless LANs Provides 11Mbps to 55Mbps Data transmission rate 2.4 GHz ISM frequency band

7 Shanghai, China, 14 May Proposed System RFID experiencing problem Vendor Specific High implementation cost Local mobility The proposed System will Use WNIC instead of Reader Use IPv6 in RFID system Use IEEE standards, perhaps better known as WiFi Protocol A low power transponder IC

8 Objective To design a high speed, efficient and low power tag IC using mapped EPC-IPv6 address for the future green city To employ IEEE standard for WLAN instead of proprietary standard of RFID Reader for a smarter city To develop a Computer Application to extract data from the tag Shanghai, China, 14 May

9 Milestones Shanghai, China, 14 May Map EPC- 64 bit with IPv6 Address EPC-IPv6 tag Integrated Circuit design EPC-IPv6 Tag Communication with WNIC EPC Receiving Technique

10 Phase 1: Map EPC 64bit with IPv6 Address Total 64 bits of EPC directly mapped into IPv6 address structure Each RFID tag becomes addressable in the IPv6 network EPC – 64 bits IPv6 128 bits Interface IDSubnet Prefix 64 bits 10 Figure 3: IPv6 Address format after mapping with EPC Shanghai, China, 14 May 2010

11 Phase 2: EPC –IPv6 tag Integrated Circuit 11 Figure 4: Block diagram of the proposed EPC-IPv6 Tag EEPROM EPC- IPv6 Address RF Front End Rectifier Demodulator Modulator Low Power Digital Logic Antenna VCC Shanghai, China, 14 May 2010

12 Phase 3: EPC –IPv6 tag Communication with WNIC Shanghai, China, 14 May 2010 RFID Tag with Mapped EPC- IPv6 WiFi Network Wireless Network Interface card Figure 5: EPC-IPv6 Tag communicate with WNIC through WiFi 12

13 Phase 4: EPC Receiving Technique A computer Application will extract the EPC portion from the mapped EPC-IPv6 address structure 13 EPC – 64 bits EPC-64 bitsSubnet Prefix 64 bits IPv6 128 bits Extract EPC-64 bits Figure 5: IPv6 Address format after EPC Extraction Shanghai, China, 14 May 2010

14 Conclusion By Using the Proposed System A low power tag IC will be developed to make the city Green The cost of efficient RFID tagging system for future smart city will be reduced Possible to find out the physical location of any objects, which is one of the prime element of smart city Provide Global Mobility Increased Scalability, Reliability, and Security for the future Green city 14 Shanghai, China, 14 May 2010

15 Thank You !!!! Shanghai, China, 14 May


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