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Radio Frequency Identification

(RFID)

Group 12

Caleb, Greg, Keith

The Plan


Dicuss the basics of RFID


Give some examples of how RFID pertains to
business


Describe the controversies that surround RFID


Explain some of the potential uses for RFID


Justify our assigned reading sources

What is RFID?


RFID consists of a RFID tag and reader


Three types of tags


Passive


Active


Semi
-
passive




Each tag contains information


Products


Passports


Credit Cards




Passive Tags


Powered by reader


Can be read at short distance only (a few feet at
most)


Long life


Less expensive


Small in size




Active Tags


Battery powered


Can be read from greater distances (up to 1500
ft)


Larger in size than other tags


Hold more information


Greater reliability

Semi
-
passive Tags


Response powered by reader


Contains battery for other functions


Stores large amounts of data


Battery may increase signal strength


Less expensive than active tags



RFID in Business

RFID

Ethical Issues

RFID ~ Ethical Issues


Privacy


Tracking


NO GPS in tags


Passive tags


Active Tags


Close reader proximity


Within Feet



Smallest RFID tags

Smallest GPS receiver

RFID ~ Ethical Issues


Security


Information retrieval


Reader must be present


Usually Encrypted


Data Stored


Credit Cards


Passport


Medical Information


University housing lock system

RFID ~ Ethical Issues


Human Implantation


Can’t track people (or anything)


GPS Constraints


Minimal reader distance


Voluntary/Involuntary


Convicted Felons (Fingerprinting)


Immigrant workers


Who is in our country and where?



RFID Computer Login


Shopping Made Easy


RFID ~ Ethical Issues


Medical Benefits?


Medical records accessible


No physical benefits


Medical Downfalls


Cancer Causing?

RFID

The Future

RFID in The Future


Retail and warehousing



Every day usage



Military benefits


Inventory updates



Logistics tracking



Customer checkout efficiency increase



Theft will be reduced


Retail and Warehousing

RFID in Your Life


Keep track of everyday items



Automated grocery lists



Expiration date reminder for food



Automatic car starter



Military Benefits


Tagged explosives



Solder identification and tracking



Hidden audio recorders



Inventory control


Finding Information


RFID in Business

Finding Information


Ethical Issues

Finding Information


Future Potential

sources


http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/rfid.htm


http://www.cnn.com/2006/TECH/07/10/rfid/index.html


http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/jan2008/tc20080130_112001.htm?chan=top+news_top+ne
ws+index_technology


http://www.sutherlandsurvey.com/Columns_Papers/Wake%20up%20call%21%20The%20future%20of%20RFI
D%20is%20dawning.pdf


http://www.activewaveinc.com/products_active_tags.php


http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology
-
Article.asp?ArtNum=1


http://www.scienceprog.com/how
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does
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rfid
-
tag
-
technology
-
works/


http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Science
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Fiction
-
News.asp?NewsNum=645


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eob532iEpqk&feature=related


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ve41O5SF5mY&NR=1


http://www1.webmethods.com/images/solutions/webMethods_RFID_121703.jpg


http://www.ananiahelectronics.com/RF8315T.htm


http://www.sandia.gov/mstc/products/usystemsprod/rfandoptosystems/saw.html