As RFID technology evolves and becomes less expensive, there will be an increase in the number of companies and vendors using the technology. Eventually, new applications will be developed and these systems may even be able to solve common or unique problems associated with business in today’s market.
Abstract This case analysis, Competing technology options and stakeholder interests for tracking freight railcars in Indian Railways will focus on alternative analysis on multiple types of technological options for undertaking a pilot project based on time-tested
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Today, RFID is used in retail, manufacturing, healthcare, agriculture, travel, entertainment, etc. RFID increases efficiency of operations, decreases reliance on manual process, improves asset visibility and traceability, reduces operation costs, and provides useful data for business analytics. There are many different reasons why companies and firms are beginning to make the switch to RFID, some examples are: automating inventory and asset-tracking in healthcare, manufacturing, retail, and business sectors; identifying the source of products, enabling intelligent recall of defective or dangerous items; prevent use of counterfeit products in the supply chain; improve shopping experience for consumers; provide visibility into the supply chain
Colonization persuades people from lower rank culture to belittle themselves. A type of a virtual reality is created to accelerate this attitude of self-hate among the indigenous population. An alternate reality is created as a smokescreen to hide the colonizer’s repression, unrestrained exercise of power and exploitation towards the indigenous people.
RFID (radio frequency identification) is a new technology that threatens to take the place of bar codes in the supply chain world. The technology uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. This innovation can provide many benefits in logistics and may
Thus, the type of tag used will depend on the desired application. RFID is a large industry, with applications in identification, payment, access control, and more. In 2014 the world market for RFID was estimated to be US$8.89 billion, in 2026, it is predicted to reach US$18.68 billion (Das, 2017). However, as more uses become apparent and the technology continues to develop it is possible that the industry will grow at an even greater rate than projected. RFID has become more prevalent in modern society due to RFID tags becoming more economically viable; in 2003, a passive tag was estimated to cost $1, while in 2013, it was only $0.10, thus more widespread implementation of RFID is possible, as it becomes less expensive. (Thau, 2017).
RFID (radio frequency identification) is an new technology that threatens to take the place of bar codes in the supply chain world. The technology uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. This innovation can provide many benefits in logistics and may revolutionize the entire industry. But, even though the technology provides many benefits, it also has many drawbacks and may not yet be developed enough to become the industry standard. The technology also may not be beneficial or cost effective for every business and will require a total overhaul of a businesses infrastructure, which can be extremely costly. Furthermore, both bar codes and RFID technology have many pros and cons, also industry may not be ready to implement RFID into their infrastructure.
Article Review 4 Reference Information: Kelly, E. P., & Erickson, G. S. (2005). RFID tags: Commercial applications v. privacy rights. Industrial Management & Data Systems, 105(5), 703-713. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/234908003?accountid=107221.
Introduction As technology advances, businesses use technology to improve the efficiency of their operations. Such is the case with the Radio-frequency identification (RFID) in the health care industry. These devices are very affordable to acquire and are currently used to track resources, patients, doctors and expensive equipment. RFID helps with the collection of information for patients with lack of communication or people with serious conditions. (Hu, 2015) With hospitals finding different way to attract new patients in, these devices also help hospitals save money on the management side to keep them afloat. This advanced technology has great potential to improve patient experience in healthcare by taking away human error out of the equation.
Variations of RFID technology have been in use since the 1940 's. RFID is an acronym for radio frequency identification. In application RFID is the use of radio signals to wirelessly track and identify tags that have been placed on an item. RFID is an emerging technology that is helping transportation companies, retailers, and manufacturers decrease handling times of goods and increase efficiencies at factories, warehouses, and store fronts by tracking objects with greater flexibility and less human involvement. RFID technology is unique and more adaptable than other tracking systems because it does not require a direct line of sight between the scanner and the object being identified. RFID systems can also identify more than one object simultaneously. This flexibility and efficiency adds the type of value that is paramount in just in time principles. This paper will describe RFID technology in detail, and discuss its current uses in security and access control, toll roads, and supply chain management.
Project Report "Transport System in India" TRANSPORT SYSTEM TRANSPORT: Transport is a system in which passengers & goods are carried from one place to another. Modes of Transport: Transportation is generally divided into three modes-LAND, WATER & AIR. The Land Transport consists of roads and railways. Water Transport is also divided into two types: (a) RIVER OR INLAND
In recent years, there has been an increasing interest in high-speed trains. High-speed railway (HSR) has been making a great success all over the globe, particularly in china, where the railway track will reach a total length of 30,000 Km by 2020 . HSR now is one of the most popular transportation means, which flourishes due to its unique features such as, safety, higher commuter seat capacity, decreased fare rate, comfy journey experience, lower disruption probability due to bad weather, as well as less fuel consumption resulting in a greener environment as compared to the air transportation . Nowadays, more and more efforts are made to meet the increased demands for internet access due to the increased popularity of social media and
Given that the Electronic Control System is the brain in automated and connected vehicles, security of the system is a necessity. But an additional concern is securely locating where the car is in relation to the roadway and other vehicles. While GPS is widely used, there is work to utilize a more accurate technology. Some consider RFID to be the answer. Accuracy is critical in connected vehicles and critical V2V technologies like Crash avoidance, which is already being used by manufacturers like Mercedes Benz. These include advanced radar sensors that can detect other vehicles or variations in driver behavior that could be related to drowsiness (Safety). The origins of RFID come from the British during WW2 who developed a system to identify whether approaching planes were the enemy or allies. The frequency is sent to a transponder through which the frequency is identified with the location of the car (RFID Journal). The data being sent must use the latest encryption technologies and remain updated in order
Design of an Automated Security Registration Plate (ASRP) for Sea Going Motorized Crafts Sajan Ambadiyil Optical Image Processing & Security Products Centre for Development of Imaging Technology Thiruvanthapuram-695027, Kerala, India email@example.com Soumya Jose Communication Engineering Department SCMS School of Engineering and Technology Ernakulam, Kerala, India firstname.lastname@example.org V.P.Mahadevan Pillai Department of Optoelectronics, University of Kerala Kariavattom, Thiruvanthapuram-69558, Kerala, India email@example.com Abstract— Unauthorized and uncertified small sea going fishing crafts are being used for criminal activities in the coastal areas. Using this uncertified crafts illegal benefit provided by the government also is availed by the crooked persons. RFID is a forthcoming technology which provides promising opportunities for the implementation of new services in vessel monitoring and secure authentication. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is an inclusive wireless system which transmits unique identity code using radio waves. This technology is mainly used to identify objects attached with tags and it consists of a reader, tag and wireless channel. The reader and the tag both have a microchip and an antenna is there to perform handshaking mechanism when they both communicate. A tamper evident Automated Security Registration plate (ASRP) using RFID tag is designed here to provide secure