Research on the Security Monitoring of the Amusement Ride of Tourist Sites Based on RFID

Jian Shangguan; Yingchun Lv; Mu Zhang
January 2010
Wireless Sensor Network;Jan2010, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p85
Academic Journal
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is a new technology making use of radio frequency to do non-touching, two-way data transit between the reader and the electronic tag to identify target and exchange data. Because it is non-touching; it can work from long distance; it is fit to work in an unfavorable environment; it can identify moving target, it is widely used in industry, commerce, storage, transportation. This paper introduces the application of the RFID technology and its state of development and discusses the general situation of its application in different fields. Moreover, this paper takes the tourist mini-train as an example, designs a security monitoring system based on RFID and discusses its application in tourist industry.


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