Wednesday, 10 September 2008

4 Papers about Wireless RFID

Today search for the wireless-RFID paper from Google.There are several interested paper like these :-
(You can click the name to the source of links)
1. Wireless RFID Networks for Real-Time Customer Relationship Management.
A new system for real-time customer relationship management is based on deploying a network of RFID readers
throughout an environment. Information about the presence or lingering of participating
customers at different times of day is collected providing valuable
marketing information for better service provision. The implementation of the
proposed system includes a database management program and an intuitive
user interface allowing real-time access to the data acquired by the network.

In this paper the interested issue is Cost Comparison, about estimate the cost of deploying our wireless sensor network based
system and compare it with traditional systems. It had 2 tables comparison including
The major cost components in traditional systems and in the proposed technique and the costs are likely to be considerably less in the proposed system.

2.Cisco Case Study.
Full Name:-
Wireless Case Study: How Cisco Tracks RFID with Active RFID and Wireless LANs.

Active RFID tags and WLANs ensure compliance with corporate finance and government regulations.

This wireless case study describes an RFID project in Cisco India that evaluated how well the Cisco wireless LAN (WLAN) could detect equipment with active RFID tags, and how well it communicated data about equipment location to an internally developed asset tracking application.

This WLAN case study describes the best practices and benefits of the solution including:

* Identifying, in near-real time, the location of valuable equipment assets for consistent and centralized tracking
* Helping Cisco staff meet regulatory and audit requirements
* Applying Cisco IT’s existing investment in wireless networks

3. US Patent 7100835 - Methods and apparatus for wireless RFID cardholder signature and data entry

Inventor(s) * Selker, Edwin Joseph

About: A radio operated data card whose outer jacket forms a sealed protected housing for internal electrical components, including an RFID integrated circuit which incorporates data storage and a radio frequency transceiver, and one or more on-card antenna structures. Manually operated electrical switching elements, or antenna structures which are responsive to the positioning of conductive members, such as the human hand, at particular locations on or near the surface of the card, are connected to the on-card electronic circuitry. The switching elements or antenna elements are selectively operated by the cardholder who manipulates the card in predetermined ways to generate data signals that may be used to activate the card, store data in the card, or transmit data to the reader.

The Finally,RFID with Supply Chain Management...
4. Using RFID in Supply Chain Management for Customer Service
By:Hsiao-Tseng Lin; Wei-Shuo Lo; Chiao-Ling Chiang
Publish:Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 2006. SMC apos;06. IEEE International Conference on Volume 2, Issue , 8-11 Oct. 2006 Page(s):1377 - 1381
Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/ICSMC.2006.384908

Summary:Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology has been used since the Second World War, recent years it is widely employed in many areas such as highway tolls, in tracking livestock movements, in tracking air freight, medical care, air cargo operations, and in motor car manufacturing [1]-[3]. The year 2003 was crucial for RFID technology since both Wal-Mart and the Department of Defense of U.S.A. announced that they will be using RFID tags for pallets and cases in conducting business with their major suppliers. And even more, Wal-Mart suggested that it would extend the requirements to all of his suppliers by 2006 [4]. Thus, Wal-Mart could readily reduce their time of control and identification process for the suppliers and products. This may eventually lead to the accomplishment of their goal for Quick Response (QR) in their Supply Chain Management (SCM) and allow business to improve their customer relationship management (CRM) as well. In this paper, we discuss how the Radio Frequency Identification technology is used to solve the problems in supply chain management, the advantages of a business adopting RFID, and the relationship between RFID and CRM.

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