RFID for Energy and Utility Industries by Sen, Dipankar; Sen, Prosenjit; Das, Anand M.

By Sen, Dipankar; Sen, Prosenjit; Das, Anand M.

Radio Frequency id (RFID) and instant applied sciences are steadily being brought within the software undefined. concepts made within the safeguard and logistics industries can now be tailored for the character of operations at water, electrical, and fuel utilities. strength vegetation can hire RFID for every thing from defense for the staff, monitoring gas intake, or even tracking plant exhaust. The functions for RFID are never-ending, and the know-how is acceptable in approximately each box. during this publication, the authors practice the information of purposes in numerous industries to spot difficulties that may be solved utilizing RFID and instant applied sciences.

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Unauthorized access or an attempt to steal an asset results in an alert to security personnel. In addition to the assets that are a part of the RFID system, other assets that indirectly ensure smooth operations of the RFID system also need to be secured and protected. Examples include power supply and air conditioning systems in a data center. Malicious attacks and threats. RFID systems are also susceptible to attacks such as denial of service, spoofing, and eavesdropping. A denial-of-service attack is characterized by an explicit attempt by attackers to prevent legitimate users of the RFID system from using it.

1–28. indb 44 12/8/08 4:05:05 PM RFID Technology Since RFID systems are designed for automated reading, a higher level of automation is necessary in managing the hardware and software components. Automated system management allows failure to be detected rapidly and, if possible until the failed resource is replaced, to distribute the tasks of the failed component among other resources of the same type to prevent or reduce downtime. Some of the capabilities of a system that provides automated system management are as follows: • Automated detection and configuration.

ExxonMobil. 2004. Speedpass press kit fact sheet. (June). pdf. 4. Glover, Bill, and Himanshu Bhatt. 2006. RFID essentials. O’Reilly. (January). 5. NIST Special Publication 800-98. 2007. Guidelines for Securing Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Systems. (April). indb 48 12/8/08 4:05:06 PM 2 WIRELESS NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES Introduction In this chapter, various wireless networking technologies that are of relevance in deploying RFID-based applications are examined. These networking technologies have evolved over the past few years and have become popular in networking devices and computers in a variety of areas such as personal networks, local area networks, and wide area networks.

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