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The imminent mass deployment of pervasive computing technologies such as WSN and RFID tags, together with the increasing participation of the Web community, will soon make available an incredible amount of information about the physical and social worlds and their processes. This opens up the possibility of exploiting all such information for the provisioning of context- aware services facilitating users in gathering information about the world, interacting with it, and understanding it. Specifically, in this book, I propose a simple model for representing "facts" about the physical world in a structured fashion, besides the design and implementation of a general infrastructure for "context-aware" services able to organize and provide access to contextual data. Once the above elements are well integrated in a framework (or paradigm) for application development, my thesis demonstrates how users provided of a computing device (as a modern mobile phone or PDA) and of technologies enabling the interaction with the surrounding world (as RFID reader, GPS antenna or a Wireless Sensor Network) gain access to a number of futuristic and unexplored services and applications.
Radio frequency identification (RFID) uses radio waves to identify any object,through the RFID tag identifier number. This book focuses on ultra-lightweight authentication protocols. Hung-Yu Chien classifies the authentication protocol into four classes, the proposed protocol is of the fourth class which provides a strong authentication and a strong integrity (SASI). Book introduces analysis and implements for SASI protocol and the two attacks. The outcome of this test is that the two attacks de-synchronize and break the protocol. By implementing and applying the two attacks to the proposed modification methodology, the outcome is that it failed to break the modified protocol. As a conclusion of our proposed modifications: The modifications led to more secured communication channels between the tag and the reader, which makes RFID systems counteract different de-synchronization attacks. The communication for the modified protocol is more secured than the unmodified SASI while is still at the same cost. There is a slight increasing in the storage overhead, but it s in the accepted ranges, which is compatible with the storage capabilities of RFID Tags.
This paper includes both theoretical information about Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, comparisons with other technologies, plus real life applications profiles. Big number of scientific researches, comments, news, implemented projects, seminar materials (dealing with RFID) were consulted, with the aim to create the best possible picture about what are possibilities, advantages, disadvantages, of the RFID technology today, and what is the future of RFID technology? This paper, more or less, is organized in such a way that it supports my opinion about how RFID can be implemented, and particularly in Supply Chain Management, and therefore, is focused in logistics issues without over-passing other important areas. Part 1 of this paper contains basic information about RFID technology and presents how this technology works. Part 2 of this paper contains detail analysis of other automatic identification technologies and the level of competitiveness between them and RFID technology. Part 3 of this paper presents an original idea, and it illustrates an example of a warehouse organized via RFID systems and state of the art supporting equipments.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Alien Technology is a manufacturer of RFID technology. The company is headquartered in Morgan Hill, California, with a RFID tag manufacturing facility in Fargo, North Dakota, the Alien RFID Solutions Center, in the Dayton, Ohio area, and sales offices in the U.S., Europe and Asia. It currently employs approximately 235 people. Alien produces Class 1 and Class 1 Gen 2 RFID inlays, tags and readers designed for use in manufacturing lines, warehouses, distribution centers, and retail stores. Due to potential applications in a wide variety of mass-produced electronic devices, the company received funding and technical support from a number of other manufacturers, such as DuPont Displays and Philips Components.
A library is a growing organism. As it grows in size the problems associated with the maintenance and security of the documents also grows. The librarians have always helped the researchers in solving their problems. To solve the problems of space and time librarians taught to digitize the documents and share over network. To automate the counter activities they gave us Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), however, libraries are early-adopters of a still emerging technology. RFID system may be a comprehensive system that addresses both the security and materials tracking needs of a functional library in less time. This book contains about different function of RFID technology and enabled vigilance system to avoid theft of Library documents. It is hoped that the book will very helpful to a large number of library and information science professionals.
A magnetic stripe card is a type of card capable of storing data by modifying the magnetism of tiny iron-based magnetic particles on a band of magnetic material on the card. The magnetic stripe, sometimes called a magstripe, is read by physical contact and swiping past a reading head. Magnetic stripe cards are commonly used in credit cards, identity cards, and transportation tickets. They may also contain an RFID tag, a transponder device and/or a microchip mostly used for business premises access control or electronic payment.A number of International Organization for Standardization standards, ISO/IEC 7810, ISO/IEC 7811, ISO/IEC 7812, ISO/IEC 7813, ISO 8583, and ISO 4909, define the physical properties of the card, including size, flexibility, location of the magstripe, magnetic characteristics, and data formats. They also provide the standards for financial cards, including the allocation of card number ranges to different card issuing institutions.
Due to the flexibility and mobility of wireless technologies, Bluetooth, Zig-bee, RFID, WiMAX etc. have become most commonly used medium of wireless communication. Although the demand of these technologies is rapidly increasing all over the world, very few of us are aware about the security issues related to them. A number of attacks is possible to make illegal access to our system if we do not know how to protect our system from intruders. This book focuses on security threats and countermeasures of Bluetooth, MANET and WiMAX. The readers will get to know about different types of attacks as well as preventive mechanisms. Some research questions are also identified that may be interesting to those who want to go for further study.
Interest in the research and development of MANETs has experienced a dramatic growth owing to the advancement of new technologies such as GPS, Bluetooth, WLAN, Wi-Fi, DVB-H, RFID & UWB. A Mobile ad-hoc network is an accumulation of wireless nodes forming a provisional network without any pre-established communication infrastructure. To facilitate communication within such networks, a routing protocol is used to discover and establish routes between a pair of nodes, so that message can be delivered in a timely manner. However, mobility patterns have significant effect on the performance of routing protocols and hence on MANETs. The same routing protocol can perform differently in different mobility model. This book, therefore, attempts to provide a comprehensive study and analysis of proactive and reactive routing protocols behavior over realistic environment model under QoS constraints. It also provides detail simulation setup and results and investigation of mobility models impact on mobile ad hoc networks for varying number of traffic sources, number of nodes, speed, and data transmission rates. Finally the book concludes by recommending a set of problems for further research.