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Passive RFID Real-Time Tracking/Sensing System for Intelligent Infrastructure

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A groundbreaking passive real-time location system developed under Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) The Intelligent Airport (TINA) project with the University of Cambridge will enable retailers, airlines and other businesses to inexpensively and effectively monitor items’ locations in real time. A major objective of the approach was not only to overcome the limited range for reliable detection passive tags so that antennas could be placed with spacings of 20 m (comparable with conventional wifi spacings), but also to provide accurate real-time location. As an output of the project a proof on principle demonstrator was created. The solution, which recently won the Royal Academy of Engineering’s ERA Foundation Entrepreneurship Award, could save airlines millions of pounds. Retail groups have also been engaged in the project – not just for tagging items, but also for the advancement of self-service checkouts.

Biography: Dr. Sithamparanathan Sabesan received his MPhil and PhD degrees from Cambridge University. He was previously with ARM , as a student IP Electronic Engineer. He has just been elected to a Junior Research Fellowship at Girton College, Cambridge University. Dr. Sabesan has recently been selected as the winner of The UK EPSRC ICT Pioneers Connected World Award, as well as the The Royal Academy of Engineering ERA Foundation Entrepreneurs Award 2011.

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