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#RFID in Libraries: Automatic Identification and Data Collection Technology for Library Documents by Timoshenko Igor

The chapter describes the main features of the use of the radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology in library activities. The technical capabilities of RFID equipment for unique identification of library documents in information systems for various purposes are shown. 178 more words

Libraries

Presentation at Thessaloniki's Hackerspace with topic "Multi-Factor Authentication".

Presentation topic: “Multi-Factor Authentication”

Presenter: Efstathios Chatzikyriakidis

PDF presentation: https://bit.ly/2ugskDH

Source code: https://bit.ly/2FkUfJf

Free Software

AUTOMATIC PARKING SYSTEM FOR VEHICLES

Automated Parking slot helps in the regulation of any parking slot with the large number of vehicle involved. This project concentrates on less manpower utilization, less installation and maintenance cost. 52 more words

Research

HUMANS TALKING TO MACHINES AND GADGETS - IoT

IoT (Internet of Things) is an advanced automation and analytics system which exploits networking, sensing, big data, and artificial intelligence technology to deliver complete systems for a product or service. 839 more words

Tech

RFID, its implications and how to defeat

You’ve likely heard of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. Here’s what it is, where it’s used today, where it’s likely to be used tomorrow, what it means for privacy seekers and how to defeat it. 2,321 more words

Internet Privacy

The RFID Shop Newsletter – March 2019

New in The RFID Shop –
March 2019

Available in The RFID Shop

NFC Inlays and Labels

Non-metal and on-metal tags available

EFFICIENTLY TAG LARGE QUANTITIES OF METALLIC OR NON-METALLIC ASSETS TO ENABLE POWERFUL RFID APPLICATIONS… 268 more words

Emergency Medical Transportation

Emergency medical transportation can refer to any method of transportation equipped with the medical equipment necessary in order to adequately provide life sustaining measures to safely move a person from one location to a facility where they can be appropriately treated for their level of acuity and medical condition. 1,011 more words

Medical Products