Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) - Temple Fox MIS

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Topic Introduction


RFID Design


Implementation of RFIDs


RFID’s positive and negative
sides


Future of RFID’s



1940's
: Ideas began



World War II
: Implementation of RADAR



Sir Robert Alexander Watson
-
Watt
:
developed RFID technology for airplanes



1960's



first 1 bit radio tag stored in
products prevents theft



1969



Mario
Cardullo

develops scheme
for first actual RFID tag along with IBM
Engineers





1970's

-

Los Alamos Scientific
Labolatory

develops technology of
modern RFID's


1973



U.S. Patent Office approves
Cardullo's

Patent that included ideas
of various RFID
implemenatation

for
different purposes


1980's and 1990's
RFID technology
matures therefore policies and
procedures are established governing
use of RFID technology


Two types : Passive &
Active


Size


Tissue: bonding cap


Antenna


ID Chip


No battery


Read only at a short distance


Less expensive


The tag is energized by an
electromagnetic radio frequency


Lasts up to 10 years or more


128 bytes of read only memory


Mostly used for inventory and
distribution


Powered by a battery


Can be read over a long distance


Highest data bandwidth


More expensive than passive RFID


Limited battery life


Used as a tracking device


Can hold up to 128 kilobytes


of data


Clear objective


Physical aspect


Right process


Right system


Other interdependencies


Reducing operation costs in Retail Business


Ease of use


Encryption of the personal data


Ease of authentication


Cost of Implementation


Accurate Tracking


Security


Engineering issues, possible
lost of profit


Privacy Issues


Ethical Issues


Health Concerns



Health care facilities
:
active tag use
to sense people body temperature and
motion.


Hospitals:
R
FID chips implemented
on the wrist band stores patient’s medical
history.

When someone has been send to
the hospital without any ID, the doctor can
use a chip scanner to identify the person.




U. S. Custom and Border
Protection:
The border
department implements its Vehicle
Primary Client computer system and
RFID technology hardware in the
vehicle inspection lanes. The RFID
enable the documentation technology
for CBP officers to quickly verify the
person.



The Ultimate Goal
:

Shipping Industry


Replace bar codes.


Let the store know the product
location without checking it.


Track the items when it is been
purchased, replace the items
easily.


Easily and quickly sorted and
accepted shipment for receivable
department.


For example:


With the reader, we can know
what is inside the box.



The Ultimate Goal
:

Retail Supermarket Store

-
One step check
-
out.


Hospital

-
Identify the patient more
efficiently.



The Smart Packaging

-
It records patients take medication.

-
How much they take

-
Provides prompts help them
comply with instructions.