Proceedings of the International Conference on
Software, Knowledge, Information Management and Applications (SKIMA 2013)
Advanced Technology Solutions and Applications in Higher Education and Enterprises
 
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0 Title: An investigation of RFID performance in refrigerator for IoT applications
  Author(s): Supara Grudpan, Noppon Choosri
  Address: College of Arts Media and Technology, Chiang Mai University, 239 Huaykaew Rd., Suthep, Muang, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
supara.g @ cmu.ac.th, noppon.c @ cmu.ac.th
  Reference: SKIMA 2013 Proceedings  pp. 463 - 472
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Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a strong potential technology for internet of things (IoT)-based smart home application. This research aims to investigate a feasibility of constructing a ‘smart fridge’. In this research, the experiments are conducted to observe the operability of RFID when using in a refrigerator in different settings and environments. Four types of materials; paper, glass, plastic and aluminium, in three shapes; square, cylindrical and sack are evaluated as they are common packages in typical products. The experiments are focused on three important issues: 1) impact of shape and material; 2) impact of tag surrounding environment; 3) influence of humidity. The results indicated that material and environment in refrigerator affect a readability of RFID system significantly; further experiment might be required to confirm the impact of humidity.
 
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