Supporting a Mobile Lost and Found Community

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  • 1. Supporting a Mobile Lost and Found Community EPCFind (Electronic Product Code) Dominique Guinard, Florian Michahelles Auto-ID Labs, Information Management ETH Z ur ich Oliver Baecker Institute of Technology Management (ITEM), University of St. Gallen (HSG) Mobile HCI 2008, Amsterdam
  • 2. Agenda
    • Motivation
    • Concept:
      • Community-Based Reporting
      • Distributed Tracking
    • Implementation:
      • Mobile device: Nokia E61i
    • Early Evaluation: feedbacks.
  • 3. Motivation: Lost and … Lost!
    • In 2006, 400’000 objects were lost in Switzerland.
    • Amongst these, less than 40% were ever recovered.
    • In EPCFind we propose people to create Internet of their Things .
    [ Lodgis: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lodigs/ ]
  • 4. Agenda
    • Motivation
    • Concept:
      • Community-Based Reporting
      • Distributed Tracking
    • Implementation:
      • Mobile device: Nokia E61i
    • Early Evaluation: feedbacks.
  • 5. Concept: Community-Based Reporting and Distributed Tracing.
  • 6. Concept
  • 7. Video Demonstration
  • 8. Concept
  • 9. Video Demonstration
  • 10. Agenda
    • Motivation
    • Concept:
      • Community-Based Reporting
      • Distributed Tracking
    • Implementation:
      • Mobile device: Nokia E61i
    • Early Evaluation: feedbacks.
  • 11. Mobile Device: Prototype of Nokia E61i
    • Nokia E61i prototype integrating a UHF EPC RFID reader.
    • Why not NFC / barcode ?
      • Contains a standardized unique number.
      • Accepted by keyplayers already (Wall Mart, Metro, etc.).
      • Read range up to 30-50 cms
      • => Selecting an object instead of a tag.
  • 12. Agenda
    • Motivation
    • Concept:
      • Community-Based Reporting
      • Distributed Tracking
    • Implementation:
      • Supporting network: EPC Network
      • Mobile device: Nokia E61i
    • Early Evaluation: feedbacks.
  • 13. Early Evaluation: Feedback!
    • Useful for people on the run.
    • Makes sense for valuable items.
    • Liked the people to people aspect.
    • Are people nice?
    • How about privacy?
    [ http://www.flickr.com/photos/christopherw/ ]
  • 14. Thanks for your attention: [email_address] Slideshare.net: Tag: EPCFind [ http://www.flickr.com/photos/christopherw/ ]
  • 15. Implementation: Leveraging the Electronic Product Code Network.
    • EPC number uniquely identifies an object.
    • The EPCIS is the information server:
      • Records RFID events (traces).
    • EPC Network as tracking and tracing infrastructure for implementing the distributed tracing.
    EPCIS EPC Exchange Capture Identify
  • 16. EPCFind: Implementation