Asmt. 10: ID chips in product Pro RFID chips in product Group 3. Team A Ivan Augustino Andres Crucitti.
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Asmt. 10: ID chips in product Pro RFID chips in product Group 3. Team A Ivan Augustino Andres Crucitti
What is RFID? RFID stands for radio frequency identification. It uses a combination of radio frequency technology with mini computer chips to identify items. identify items.
Some RFID Devices Some as small as the button on your shirt.
What is EPC? EPC stands for electronic product code. EPC is similar to the well know UPC bar codes in products in stores etc. It can be inserted in products of size ranging from from tiny pens to Cargo planes.
Uses of RFID Some governments are planning on using the RFID for different purpose. - European Union planning on embedding an RFID in each of their currency in the next few years. Some government might use it in Identification cards etc.
EPC AND RFID Many RFID manufacturer use the EPC in RFID. RFID. Meaning every RFID consist of an EPC (Electronic product code).
How RFID WORKS RFID communicates with a reader device, which picks up a signal from a specific EPC and translates that signal to a computer that translates it to a language we understand.
Pros (Pt. 1) Convenient No line of sight, short range Cheap Last for long Billions of unique tags (96-bit codes) Inventory Closed loop Improve checkout Record keeping (time, place) Make sure an item goes through all stages, and keep records
Pros (Pt. 2) Add-On Security Sensors (detection of bumps, change in temperature in sensitive contents, etc.) Tamper-protection switches (improved security) Memory (aid in record-keeping) With improving technology, soon privacy concerns could be easily addressed