The Evolution of RFID

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The Evolution of RFID
within IEEE

Russell Lefevre

President

IEEE
-
USA

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IEEE


To set the stage, IEEE is a worldwide
professional membership organization:

+ 375,000 members


160 countries


80,000 student members



10 geographic regions (IEEE
-
USA comprises 6 and
+225,000 members)

45 technical societies & councils


wide range of technical interests

~1,300 standards & projects under development

+ 1.7 million documents in its digital library

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IEEE’s business


Publications

144 transactions, journals and magazines


Conferences

+ 850 conferences annually


Standards

e.g., everyone knows & uses 802.11




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IEEE’s business con’t.


Most importantly, it’s about PEOPLE!

+375K strong!


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Where is RFID in IEEE?

It all started with…


A white paper in IEEE
-
USA (2005)


Followed by a position statement

THEN..


RFID Technology Institute accepted as
Educational Partner


Followed by…




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Where is RFID in IEEE?


IEEE’s emerging technologies committee (New
Technology Directions) adopted RFID


Which resulted in 2 technical conferences

IEEE RFID 2007 & IEEE RFID 2008


To review, accept and publish technical papers


To enlighten on issues (pragmatic & policy) that
impact the growth of the technology



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Where is RFID in IEEE?


Increased interest


# of technical societies increased


8 in 2007; 15 in 2008


Capped only by organizers’ limits!


Modest increase in # of papers submitted &
accepted; countries of authors


And this from an industry
-
driven technology

(vs. academic)!


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IEEE RFID activities

Search term

2006

2007

2008

to date

RFID

0

7

2

Radio Frequency
Identification

0

0

0

Sensors

4

17

14

Conference Titles

2006

2007

2008


to date

Papers

37

53

44+

Books

1

0

?

Publication Titles

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Paper Stats
-

IEEE International
Conferences on RFID






2007

2008

#papers rec’d

105

124

#countries submitting

27

25

# papers accepted

31

44

Acceptance rate

29.5%

35.5%

# countries of accepted

12

15

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Future of RFID in IEEE


IEEE
-
wide task force formed to develop strategic
plan with funding from the IEEE New Initiatives


Institutional entity (i.e, technical Society/Council)?


Technology Roadmap?


Or something else?


Educational activities in talks with vendors for
web
-
based seminars and courses on RFID.


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Care to comment?

I’d like to hear from you, especially about
your ideas on RFID.


You can reach me here:

president@ieeeusa.org

Or

R.lefevre@ieee.org

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RFID in Casinos


Next up: A panel discussion on the use of
RFID in gaming facilities, such as casinos.


Harry Pappas, serial entrepreneur and
RFID systems integrator, moderates this
panel.

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IEEE RFID Technical Societies

2006

2007

2008

Aerospace Electronics & Systems

X

-

-

Antennas & Propagation

x

-

x

Broadcast Technology

X

-

-

Circuits & Systems

X

X

x

Communications

X

X

x

Computer

x

-

-

Consumer Electronics

X

-

X

Electron Devices

X

X

x

Electromagnetic Compatibility

X

-

-

Engineering in Medicine & Biology Systems

X

X

x

Microwave Theory & Techniques

--

X

X

Oceanic Engineering

X

-

-

Professional Communication

X

X

X

Reliability

S

-

x

Robotics & Automation

X

-

-

Sensors Council

X

-

-

Signal Processing

X

-

-

Social Implications & Theory

X

X

x

Systems, Man Cybernetics

X

-

X

Vehicular Technology

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Sample of IEEE RFID Standards


802.15


WPAN devices that co
-
exist with other wireless
devices operating in unlicensed frequency bands.


P1902.1


“Fill a gap between non
-
network
-
based RF
-
ID
standards (e.g., ISO/IEC CD 15961
-
3, ISO 18000
-
6C
or 7) and existing high bandwidth network standards
such as IEEE 802.11 a,b,g and IEEE 802.15.4 e.”