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D3.7 A Structured Collection on Information and Literature on Technological and Usability Aspects of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

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This deliverable introduces Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) from a technical perspective, targeting interested laymen who already have a basic knowledge of RFID. This deliverable is part of a number of FIDIS studies and is to be seen as a platform deliverable which mainly summarises and partly analyses the basics of the technology, areas of application, general threats, economic aspects and most relevant standards for RFID in the context of identity and identity management.  

A summary of the details described in this deliverable is of limited use, especially as relevant conclusions are drawn in other FIDIS studies. As such, rather than distilling this collection of knowledge, below we present the relationship between the different FIDIS studies planned so far which this document is designed to underpin: 



Figure : Relationship between FIDIS studies planned so far in the context of RFID


Clearly in addition to being a resource for the subsequent FIDIS work, this document is also of value to laymen beyond this work since it fills a gap between basic introductions to be found e.g. in Wikipedia, and scientific literature such as Finkenzeller’s “Handbook on RFID” (Finkenzeller 2006).  






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