This has been further clarified with the system proposed in . RFID tracking system has also been discussed in vehicle tracking by considering the issues in traffic signals, congestions and theft . Real time location tracking using RFID has been proposed to help reduce diversion of transit goods and this has been discussed further in . An RFID-based bracelet has been invented by researchers from Al Akhawayn University, Morocco primarily to track airport luggages and an interface system that includes passenger and flight management systems
It provides a significant improvement in efficiency and security over the barcode that is used in most airports around the world. International Air Transport Association (IATA) has developed the plan for the adoption of RFID in the aviation industry (e.g. baggage tag, baggage track, boarding pass, and employee pass). When RFID technology is implemented, losses in aviation industry will decrease by 10% which include mislaid baggage, lost baggage and damaged  . RFID collects information wirelessly as the tags are read by the reader, the received data is to be processed and controlled remotely and this is where IoT comes into play.
Instead of having too many credit cards, debit cards, rewards, gift and club cards in your wallet, you have one that represents them all. When you bought a smart credit card, it comes with a magstripe reader that looks like a Square credit card reader. Use the magstripe reader to your cards then through the app, the Bluetooth connection will transfer these information to your credit card. An induction coil within the smart credit card is reprogrammed whenever you use a card for purchases. Using the induction coil, the smart card will reprogram the coil to reflect to the store you've made your purchase.
Cell Phone It is very hard to imagine life without cell phones. “The mobile device has become our communications hub, our diary, our entertainment portal, our primary source of media consumption, our wallet and our gateway to real-time information tailored to our needs. The revolution is now!” (Nihal Mehta, Eniac Ventures). In the past, people invented the telephone to make distances became closer between each other. Everyone was in need for this invention, so the scientist’s development the telephone to the cell phone.
Contents Introduction 3 Introduction From the beginning analog mobile generation (1G) to the last implemented fourth generation (4G) the pattern has altered. The new generations don’t pretend to become with better voice communication but to get access to the reality of new mobile communication. The purpose is that to get access to anything every time, everywhere. As the needs of the users changing day by day, so the purpose is to provide services to the users according to their needs. Also mobile user increases day by day.
In fact, with an automatic features that increase the storage and speed of data collection, RFID technology is an improved alternative to barcodes. According to Ferrer, Dew, Apte (2010), RFID is a technology that can used to be identify objects automatically. The system consist of radio-emitting tags, readers, and a host computer
On account of the great functions, 3G mobile communication products was called "personal communications terminal" with large color display and touch-sensitive. In addition to complete routine communications, It also works as multimedia communications. Users can write on the touch screen 3G phone, draw and send it to another phone. Apple and Samsung are the two strongest manufacturers of 3G. Oppositely, Nokia and Ericsson, the previous supper stronger manufacturers were far away behind Apple and Samsung.
They're used for modulation and reception. They're accustomed convert the analog signals into the digital signals and vice versa. So the signals are often traveled on telephone lines. (iii) Switch/Hub Hubs: If we tend to mention networks on larger scale, the hub(s) are needed to create network. All the computers are connected on to the hub.
Such applications monitor Store-Keeping Units (SKU) rather than individual product items, since item-level tagging was not practical due to the relatively high cost of RFID deployment and very low profit margin of supermarket products. But however decreasing economic and other technical concerns to a large extent, one can easily envision a situation where each item in a supermarket is tagged with an RFID label, shopping carts feature RFID readers and potentially on board computers that recognize products put in the cart, and display information and promotions retrieved wirelessly/wired from the system back-end. Item-level deployment of RFID technology would also allow for quick checkout aisles that scan all products at once and thus eliminate queues, which are consistently reported as one of the most negative aspects of supermarket shopping. A simple extension of this system would be to use RFID embedded in consumers’ loyalty cards to identify individuals. This option could be useful for faster login to the system and to charge the shopping cost directly to the customer account at the
Besides texting and voice capabilities, most modern mobile phones offer cutting-edge technology and applications such contacts information including email addresses, a camera, an alarm clock, a calendar with a daily planner, an audio and video recorder and easy access to the world wide web and an seeming infinite list of other mobile applications. Many areas worldwide have experienced accelerated distribution and high instances of diffusion of these mobile devices. According to Katz (2008), “Mobile telephony has permeated across cultural groups,