Identification of things and processes by Radio Frequency (RFID) is quickly growing up as the emergent technology in logistics, security and bio-engineering. Different kinds of data may be wireless transmitted from the local query unit (reader) to the remote transponder (tag) that includes the antenna and the microchip transmitter. The most innovative research is related to affordable interrogation within complex environment, to the identification of metal objects, to the efficient scavenging of environmental energy, to the development of miniaturized active system with high autonomy, to low cost sensorial tags and to the biomedical telemetry. On May 12-13 2008 the University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy, in close collaboration with CNIPA, the Italian Agency for Digital Government, organized the Workshop RFIDays-2008 on the Emerging Technologies for Radiofrequency Identification. By emphasizing the natural multi-disciplinary nature of RFId context, this two-days event offered a unique review of ideas, algorithms, technology and experimentations, coming from Electronics, Electromagnetics, Telecommunications, Computer science and Logistics and proposed an extraordinary interactions between Universities, research laboratories and companies, stimulating new interests and synergies. This proceeding collects many of the most valuable contributes, here organized into two parts respectively concerning new technologies for reader and tag design, and the development and implementation of algorithms for system-level applications with attention to security issues.
Marrocco, G. (2008). RFIDays 2008: Workshop on emerging technologies for radio-frequency identification: book of proceedings.
|Citazione:||Marrocco, G. (2008). RFIDays 2008: Workshop on emerging technologies for radio-frequency identification: book of proceedings.|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2-giu-2008|
|Titolo:||RFIDays 2008: Workshop on emerging technologies for radio-frequency identification: book of proceedings|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||99 - Altro|