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RFID Location Based Tree Management System (TMS) Using Insertion UHF RFID Tag and GPS
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RFID Location Based Tree Management System (TMS) Using Insertion UHF RFID Tag and GPS
Nam, Seahyeon; Chung, You Chung;
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The paper introduces the RFID location based Tree Management System (TMS) using UHF RFID tag and GPS. The bolt shape tag has been developed since the wood material has high dielectric constant. Since the characteristics and impedance of tag antenna can be changed by the material next to the tag, the plastic bolt shape tag antenna has to be carefully designed with consideration of the high dielectric constant of the wood material. The RFID TMS system has been utilized with the bolt shape tag antenna and GPS. The TMS system uses and links Google map to locate the location of the trees. Therefore, this system allow us to manage the trees economically and efficiently.
Tag for Tree;Insertion RIFD Tag;RFID Middleware;Tree Management System;RFID & GPS;
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