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Nour El Madhoun 1 Fouad Amine Guenane 1 Guy Pujolle 1
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LIP6 - Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris 6
Abstract : Today, several sectors are demanding the track of their objects to improve the efficiency and reliability of the system. RFID technology enables an automatic identification of objects attached to RFID tags via radio waves and allows reading or writing data without physical contact between an RFID reader and a tag. The main engine of RFID development is the need for traceability in order to ensure the authenticity of objects, avoid counterfeiting and track all objects events. So, RFID technology adds intelligence to the process of identification and traceability and it is the best choice to create tracking systems. Our work aims to provide a secure RFID track and trace architecture which can be implemented in many areas and to design an RFID multi-frequency HF/UHF reader able to interact with HF or UHF tags. Moreover, to ensure and complete the historization of all sector events, we propose to enrich our traceability system with enforceable proofs through an electronic safe Cloud-based platform in a secure manner. The integration of RFID technology with a Cloud platform allows to link RFID objects to the Internet. Consequently, this network of networks represents the concept of the Internet of Things which is the key enabler for our traceability system. The present article is a report of our current research effort and our future work planned.
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Nour El Madhoun, Fouad Amine Guenane, Guy Pujolle. AN INNOVATIVE CLOUD-BASED RFID TRACEABILITY ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICE. The 5th International Conference On Network of the Future, Dec 2014, Paris, France. pp.1-5. ⟨hal-01215880⟩



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