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Today barcode is the dominant auto-ID technology in the automotive supply chain. The prevalence of barcode is likely to affect the adoption and diffusion of RFID technology. In this paper, we focus on the migration from barcode to RFID in the automotive industry and point out the relevance of barcode for future RFID rollouts. We study the case of a RFID(More)
—The steadily growing use of license-free frequency bands requires reliable coexistence management for deterministic medium utilization. For interference mitigation, proper wireless interference identification (WII) is essential. In this work we propose the first WII approach based upon deep convolutional neural networks (CNNs). The CNN naively learns its(More)
Wireless control systems for factory automation (FA) applications are subject to coexistence impairments, especially in license-free spectrum bands. Evaluating the coexistence impact requires the knowledge of appropriate characteristic parameters and the usage of a suitable simulation method. In this paper we propose an integral approach for the event-based(More)
The adoption and diffusion of RFID in logistics falls short behind the optimistic expectations shaped years ago. The complexity of large-scale RFID rollout projects is a barrier for widespread adoption and diffusion of RFID. Current RFID specific project management frameworks address the implementation of isolated RFID projects but provide very limited(More)
RadioF requencyI dentification(RFID)i se xpected to increase efficiency andt ransparencyi nt he automotives upply chain. Thel ack of data standardsi nt he automotivei ndustryh as been identifieda so ne of thep rincipal barriers forR FIDa doptiona nd diffusion in cross-companye nvironments.A t presentt he AutomotiveI ndustryA ctionG roup (AIAG) is reviewing(More)
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