RFID. R ADIO F REQUENCY ID ENTIFICATION. Jenna Nash MJ Ko Katie Stange Kennedy Carruthers. What is RFID?. Radio Frequency Identification A small chip or tag that reads radio waves used for identification purposes Does not have to be in line of vision
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2) Processor/ storage
ACTIVE: Tag signal availability of 100ft.
HIGH signal strength
VERY LOW required signal strength from the reader
EX) Railway cars on a track
SEMI- PASSIVE: Tag signal availability only within field of reader
LOW signal strength
LOW required signal strength from the reader
PASSIVE:Tag signal availability < 10 ft.
VERY LOW signal strength
VERY HIGH signal strength required from reader
EX) Retail Checkout
** Widely used because very cheap to make
RFID tags in:
CAR & HOME KEYS
AND NOW…..IN YOU?
Do the advantages of RFID tags and implanted chips, such as security and convenience, outweigh its associated risks, such as breaches in personal privacy?
Safety and Security
probation, and predators
Advanced Product Tracking
The Downsides and Disadvantages to RFID Technology
1) STRICTLY ENFORCED GOVERNMENT REGULATION SYSTEM
2) IMPLANTED RFID OPTIONS
3) REMOVE THE SECRECY FACTOR
“Without changing our pattern of thought, we will not be able to solve the problems we created with our current patterns of thought”
Revolutionize inventory systems/ product tracking in real time
Helpful in medical and safety emergencies
Promotes convenience to enhance consumer experience
Unauthorized purchase logs
Extreme circumstances when counterfeited
Surgery to replace or remove chip
Identity theftRULE Utilitarian decision