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RFID in Martime Container Logistics - An orientation guide for implementation

  • Thomas WillEmail author
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First of all, RFID tags are data storage units. Compared to conventional technologies such as barcode, the volume of storable data can be bigger, the storage itself is saver, the data access is simplified through automating and some transponders are rewirtable [16]. Therefore, the advantages of RFID are more data with an improved availability, i.e. reading more or less independant of tag orientation and intervisibility with a reader [7], simmultanious reading of multpile RFID tags (bulk reading) [30], increased data acquisition speed, higher resistance against environmental influences [18] and higher reading range [8].

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  1. 1.HamburgDeutschland

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