Object‐Oriented RFID with IoT: A Design Concept of Information Systems in Manufacturing
AbstractThe Internet of Things (IoT) has increasingly become important in industry. Connectivity over the internet of not only people but also devices (such as sensors, appliances, machines, robots, and vehicles) is leading to a paradigm shift in manufacturing. The Japanese government recognizes this and has stated that IoT connectivity and the methodologies to exploit it are paramount for Japanese industry. Currently, the necessary changes have been realized in large Japanese companies; however, implementation in smaller companies has been lagging, despite the advantages of introducing IoT technologies, due to the high cost. The objective of this research is to suggest a design concept which combines IoT and object‐oriented radio frequency identification (RFID). IoT technology is used for collecting, analyzing, and managing data, and an object‐oriented RFID system is used as a control process in manufacturing systems. In previous research, the objectoriented RFID system was shown to provide flexible management through the use of a variety of OORFID tags. The current research extends this by introducing object‐oriented RFID into IoT systems to improve the flexibility in the manufacturing systems. For the verification of this concept, an experimental IoT system using object‐oriented RFID was designed and implemented View Full-Text
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Kamigaki, T. Object‐Oriented RFID with IoT: A Design Concept of Information Systems in Manufacturing. Electronics 2017, 6, 14.
Kamigaki T. Object‐Oriented RFID with IoT: A Design Concept of Information Systems in Manufacturing. Electronics. 2017; 6(1):14.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kamigaki, Tamotsu. 2017. "Object‐Oriented RFID with IoT: A Design Concept of Information Systems in Manufacturing." Electronics 6, no. 1: 14.
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