RFID technology: Beyond cash-based methods in vending machine

  title={RFID technology: Beyond cash-based methods in vending machine},
  author={Aneeqa Ramzan and Saad Rehman and Aqib Perwaiz},
  journal={2017 2nd International Conference on Control and Robotics Engineering (ICCRE)},
  • Aneeqa Ramzan, Saad Rehman, Aqib Perwaiz
  • Published 2017
  • Engineering
  • 2017 2nd International Conference on Control and Robotics Engineering (ICCRE)
  • This paper characterizes the design, implementation and employment of cashless and secure payment system in vending machine by using radio frequency identification technology, to improve the traditional cash-based payment system that involved lot of problems and risks i.e., hacking, auditing, storing, currency and material of coins and notes. RFID is achieving momentum in a multiple sectors like retail, security, transportation, pharmaceuticals, defense, healthcare etc., and a host of other… CONTINUE READING
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