Izabella Lokshina Presents Research Article at Global Wireless Summit 2013

July 8th, 2013 | Tags:

Izabella Lokshina (Management, Marketing and Information Systems) presented a research paper co-authored by Wade Thomas (Economics and Business) and titled “Analysis of Design Requirements for Electronic Tags from a Business Viewpoint”, at Global Wireless Summit 2013 (GWS-2013). Sponsored by Princeton University, Aalborg University, STIF, NICT, NIKSUN and YRP, GWS-2013 joined four global and prominent conferences – Wireless VITAE, WPMC, PRISMS and WWSMC – for a mega event, which was held on June 24-27, 2013 in Atlantic City, New Jersey under the theme Green and Secure Information Communication Technology, and brought together researchers and scientists from academia, industry, standardization forums and standards development organizations (SDOs) to address the latest developments in wireless technologies and related areas.

In this paper, the authors clearly show that the prominence, which businesses and governments have placed on the RFID and NFC technologies in electronic article surveillance, the cashless payment systems from credit cards and public transportation tickets to the consumer devices, healthcare and e-government, requires reviewing the requirements to the electronic tags. The paper analyzes the design requirements for the electronic tags from a business viewpoint and provides a summary to be considered by the RFID and NFC developers in order to come up with better electronic tag designs.

The presentation attracted a lot of attention from the researchers and scientists from academia and industry. The paper has been published in the refereed GWS-2013 proceedings. Additionally, it will be published in IEEExplore.