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RFID Devices and Systems in Homeland Security Applications

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Author(s)

Kate Remley, Jeffrey R. Guerrieri, Dylan Williams, David R. Novotny, Anthony B. Kos, Nelson Bryner, Nader Moayeri, Michael Souryal, Kang Lee, Steven Fick

Abstract

This article reports on activities being carried out by the National Institute of Standards and Technology to ensure secure, reliable use of Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) technology in homeland security and public safety applications. These projects support the Science and Technology Directorate of the Department of Homeland Security in the development of measurement infrastructure, consensus standards, and key technologies for applications such as access control, critical asset protection at the border, and position localization for first responders.
Citation
Defense Standardization Program Journal

Keywords

Department of Homeland Security, Electromagnetic Security, Electronic Security, Position Localization, Public Safety, Radio-Frequency Identification, Sensor Networks

Citation

Remley, K. , Guerrieri, J. , Williams, D. , Novotny, D. , Kos, A. , Bryner, N. , Moayeri, N. , Souryal, M. , Lee, K. and Fick, S. (2007), RFID Devices and Systems in Homeland Security Applications, Defense Standardization Program Journal (Accessed June 13, 2024)

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Created June 30, 2007, Updated October 12, 2021