CAP is also offering a new type of manhole cover with an encapsulated radio frequency ID
tag that allows municipalities to easily track information linked to each manhole.
To those not in the know, the RFID (Radio Frequency ID
) through its sensor, causes the gate bars to raise, similar to those seen at Slex/Skyway toll booths.
Also, the data increasingly comes from unstructured formats, gleaned from multiple sources including mobile phones, the internet, the Internet of Things, radio frequency ID
, and digital cameras.
CWP end points can now include the disconnection mode SDP attribute ('NoFreqDisconn') in the SIP INVITE message to inform GRS not to terminate the session when GRS changes its frequency id
. The GRS supporting this feature will retain the sessions received with this SDP attribute and terminates other sessions when frequency id
According to reports I read, a small microchip, an RFID, or radio frequency ID
, will be inserted in employees' hands between their thumb and forefinger--painless, they say, and the company is magnanimously picking up the $300/each tab--to allow the workers to "open doors, pay for purchases, share business cards, store medical information, and login to their computers, all at the wave of a hand."
The RFID (Radio Frequency ID
) chips would allow those employees who volunteer to participate in the program to open doors, pay for purchases, share business cards, store medical information, pay for stuff at other RFID terminals and login to their computers.
However, the technology to record workers' hours has changed dramatically, including scans of an employee's fingerprint or radio frequency ID
badge, (commonly known as RFID), that can record time to the millisecond.
biological identification techniques (trace mineral markers, spectroscopic analysis, DNA testing); track and trace technology (using barcodes and radio frequency ID
"For the long term, there will be discussions for a unified radio frequency ID
(RFID) and other technologies to make it even more efficient for operators and motorists," Casanova explained.
In 1997, while at Procter & Gamble, Ashton solved an inventory problem by introducing radio frequency ID
onto store shelves, for which he coined the now-familiar phrase, "the Internet of Things." The solution to the problem was the end point of a long, arduous process with many missteps and setbacks.
Furthermore, ADPC has introduced optical character recognition (OCR), as well as RFID (radio frequency ID
) tags for truck drivers to make their entry to and exit from the port faster and more convenient.
With its virtual balconies, radio frequency ID
wristbands to enable passengers to make cashless payments and robotic bartenders, Quantum of the Seas has been touted as the world's first smart ship.