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Integrated radio frequency identification and wireless sensor network architecture for automated inventory management and tracking applications

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3 Author(s)
McKelvin, M.L. ; California Univ., Berkeley, CA, USA ; Williams, M.L. ; Berry, N.M.

We provide a system architecture that applies radio frequency identification and wireless sensor network technologies to automate inventory management and tracking of commercial assets. A set of environment parameters are considered as a result of the environment for which this application serves. To meet system design constraints and application requirements, a system architecture is proposed that automates inventory management and tracking in a large office environment. A prototype implementation applies this system architecture, and provides insight as to areas for further work in data access, network communications, distributed real-time control and monitoring, and advancements in radio frequency identification technology.

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Diversity in Computing Conference, 2005 Richard Tapia Celebration of

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19-22 Oct. 2005

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