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Radio Frequency Identification. RFID. What is Radio Frequency Identification?. An automatic identification method relying on storing and remotely retrieving data Example: BrainShuffle by Marcus Tillmon http://hercules.gcsu.edu/~gwilliam/csci1302/phidgetSP2008/brainshuffle.mov

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Radio frequency identification

Radio Frequency Identification

RFID


What is radio frequency identification

What is Radio Frequency Identification?

  • An automatic identification method relying on storing and remotely retrieving data

  • Example: BrainShuffle by Marcus Tillmon

    • http://hercules.gcsu.edu/~gwilliam/csci1302/phidgetSP2008/brainshuffle.mov

  • Example: Signing Teddy Bear GCSU CS graduate, Jesse Smith is at Georgia Tech studying Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and is researching creating a teddy bear to demonstrate sign language http://wiki.cc.gatech.edu/ccg/


Current uses

Current Uses

  • Passports

    • Cards store time date an place of entries and exits from country and digital picture of owner

  • Product tracking

    • Place tags on products to deliver integrated supply chain from warehouse to consumer

  • Animal /People Identification

    • Tagging children’s school uniforms

    • Wristband for new born babies

    • Implanting tags in animals


Current uses1

Current Uses

  • Libraries

    • Replacing bar codes

    • RFID tags can be read though an item -- no need to open book cover

    • Read items while in motion – check-in returned items while on conveyor belt

    • Inventories could be done on whole shelf of materials in a matter of seconds.


A couple of online links

A Couple of Online Links

  • RFID Journal - http://www.rfidjournal.com/

  • RFID in Education

  • http://www.sun.com/emrkt/educonnection/newsletter/0505eduinsight.html

  • wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RFID


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