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  • 1. Location-Based System for Mobile Devices Using RFID
  • 2. Reference
    • Seyed Hossein Siadat, Ali Selamat” Location-Based System for Mobile Devices Using RFID ” Proceedings of the 2008 Second Asia International Conference on Modelling & Simulation (AMS) ;IEEE Computer Society  Washington, DC, USA
  • 3. Outline
    • Introduction
    • Related Work
    • Architecture and Implementation
    • Conclusion
  • 4. Introduction
    • This research present an indoor location determination system architecture based on a combination of wireless, J2ME and RFID technology.
    • Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) which offers an ideal platform for the development of applications adapted for resource constrained mobile devices.
    • Our prototype used a Java application with a RFID reader attached to a mobile phone in order to locate the user’s position in a building with fixed RFID tags attached.
  • 5. Related Work
    • SpotON
    • SpotON uses an aggregation algorithm for three dimensional location sensing based on radio signal strength analysis.
  • 6. Related Work (cont.)
    • mTag
      • The mTag architecture uses fixed RFID readers placed around the building and they are touched with a passive RFID tag attached to a mobile phone or PDA
  • 7. Related Work (cont.)
    • LANDMARK
      • The major advantage of LANDMARK is that it employs the idea of having extra fixed location reference tags to improve the overall accuracy of locating objects
  • 8. Architecture and Implementation
    • High-level overview of the system architecture
  • 9. Sequence diagram for the client application interaction
  • 10. Use cases of the proposed location-based system
  • 11. Screens of a mobile device emulator executing the proposed application
  • 12. Conclusion
    • The system presented was based on a combination of wireless, J2ME and RFID technology and was able to accurately locate users and send information based on their location and type of interest back to the users.