A temperature-sensitive RFID tag for the identification of cold chain failures

@article{Vivaldi2020ATR,
  title={A temperature-sensitive RFID tag for the identification of cold chain failures},
  author={Federico Maria Vivaldi and Bernardo Melai and Andrea Bonini and Noemi Violeta Poma Sajama and Pietro Salvo and Arno Kirchhain and Simone Tintori and Adriano Bigongiari and Fabrizio Bertuccelli and Gabriele Isola and Fabio Di Francesco},
  journal={Sensors and Actuators A: Physical},
  year={2020}
}
Quality and safety of the cold chain undergo strict international regulations that identify storage and shipping temperatures. In fact, the improper handling and transportation of temperature-sensitive products such as food and pharmaceuticals may have harmful effects on human health and negative economic impact. A passive RFID tag modified with copper-droped ionic liquid melting point, which can be tuned by changing the concentration of dopant. 

RFID-based sensing in smart packaging for food applications: A review

Application of RFID Information Technology in Fresh Food Cold Chain Logistics Management

RFID information technology has gradually become a new favorite in cold chain logistics management, and cold chain logistics belongs to temperature control logistics, so the application demand of

Capturing and recording cold chain temperature violations through parametric alarm-sensor tags

It is shown that it is finally possible to identify any items along the cold chain whose temperature has exceeded a remotely configurable Tth value as low as −47 °C, even if operating in uncontrolled electromagnetic environments and up to 46 m away from the corresponding PAST outside a line-of-sight.

A Guide to Radio Frequency Identification as a Multi-purpose IoT Technology to Manage Pandemics

The presented guide tells us that this technology has a real potentiality to play a key role in generating an extraordinary amount of data, so that complementary paradigms of Edge Computing and Artificial intelligence should be tightly integrated to extract profiles and identify anomalous events, in compliance with privacy and security.

A Survey on Radio Frequency Identification as a Scalable Technology to Face Pandemics

It is suggested that RFID could generate an extraordinary amount of data so that complementary paradigms of Edge Computing and Artificial intelligence can be tightly integrated to extract profiles and identify anomalous events in compliance with privacy and security.

Analysis of the Temperature Distribution in a Refrigerated Truck Body Depending on the Box Loading Patterns

In this study, CFD modeling with two different turbulence models (k-ε and SST k-ω) was developed using COMSOL Multiphysics for predicting the temperatures inside boxes loaded with different patterns, and the predicted data were compared to the experimental data.

Transportation of Perishable Goods & Rerouting Solutions

With the complexity of current cold supply chains and logistic operations, the transportation of perishable goods is bound to occur. Monitoring the transportation conditions is essential to create

RFID software-based shielding: Implementation of further approaches under varying surrounding conditions

This paper goes into more detail by exploring the effect of certain surrounding aspects, such as the partition wall, and the density of tags, to show that the logistic regression and the CNN are the most accurate models.

BlockColdChain: Vaccine Cold Chain Blockchain

A blockchain-based cold chain technology for vaccine cooling track using blockchain is proposed, thus proving an unalterable vaccine temperature history and experimental results using smart contracts demonstrate the system's feasibility.

An Evaluation of Cold Chain Cluster Competitiveness in the Metropolitan Area

Due to the changes in the distribution market, issues related to storage and distribution of agricultural, aquatic and livestock products, and storage and transportation of processed and fresh food

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 44 REFERENCES

Brief analysis of application of RFID in pharmaceutical cold-chain temperature monitoring system

  • Fanjun LiZhaoJiong Chen
  • Business
    Proceedings 2011 International Conference on Transportation, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineering (TMEE)
  • 2011
Drugs safety management always requests modern technology as support. This paper introduce the application of RFID in pharmaceutical cold-chain temperature logistic, especially in temperature

Application of RFID technologies in the temperature mapping of the pineapple supply chain

The results showed that RFID temperature tags are analogous with regards to accuracy to the conventional methods, but have a superior performance because they allow quick instrumentation and data recovery, and the possibility of accessing the sensor program and data at any point of the supply chain without line of sight.

A Bluetooth-Smart Insulating Container for Cold-Chain Logistics

An intelligent insulating shipping container and the supporting backend for cold-chain logistics that can monitor the interior temperature of the container during shipping of temperature-sensitive items and alerts the deliverer wirelessly via a Bluetooth-Smart connection on their smartmobile without infrastructure or dongle.

Time-Temperature Management Along the Food Cold Chain: A Review of Recent Developments.

A combination of prospective experimental and modeling research on precooling uniformity, responsive food inventory management systems, and cold chains in developing countries is proposed for the improvement of the cold chain at the global scale.

An introduction to RFID technology

  • R. Want
  • Business
    IEEE Pervasive Computing
  • 2006
The author introduces the principles of RFID, discusses its primary technologies and applications, and reviews the challenges organizations will face in deploying this technology.

Fish product quality evaluation based on temperature monitoring in cold chain

Evaluating the fish product quality and predict shelf-life through monitoring temperature change inside the refrigerated vehicle with the radio frequency identification (RFID) technology and analyze the effect of temperature experience and profile on quality shows that product temperature in different point has no significant difference and product shelf- life also has a little difference between sensory analysis and TVB-N value.

RFID tag antenna based temperature sensing using shape memory polymer actuation

Experiments demonstrate that cheap, reliable temperature threshold sensors can be developed which are independent of the material of deployment, orientation of the sensor, which have a read range of over 3 m andWhich have a customizable critical temperature threshold.