We propose to extend basic RFID usage by storing semantically annotated data within RFID tags memory, so that objects may actually "describe themselves" in a variety of scenarios. In particular here we exploit our approach to carry out an advanced discovery process using annotations stored in RFIDs. A-fully backward compatible-modification to the original RFID data exchange protocol is presented, integrated in a semantic-enabled Bluetooth resource discovery framework. Motivations and benefits of the approach are outlined in a u-commerce context.

If Objects Could Talk: Semantic-enhanced Radio-Frequency IDentification

Ruta, Michele;Di Noia, Tommaso;Di Sciascio, Eugenio;Scioscia, Floriano
2007

Abstract

We propose to extend basic RFID usage by storing semantically annotated data within RFID tags memory, so that objects may actually "describe themselves" in a variety of scenarios. In particular here we exploit our approach to carry out an advanced discovery process using annotations stored in RFIDs. A-fully backward compatible-modification to the original RFID data exchange protocol is presented, integrated in a semantic-enabled Bluetooth resource discovery framework. Motivations and benefits of the approach are outlined in a u-commerce context.
1st International Workshop on RFID Technology - Concepts, Applications, Challenges, IWRT 2007
978-989-8111-01-2
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