Auto-ID Lab.

Development of RFID/USN integration metadata and middleware

- Period: 2009. 5. 1. ~ 2011. 4. 30.

- Sponsor: The Small & Medium Business Administration (SMBA)

- Research Overview

Integration of wireless sensor networks with standardized EPC network enables precise status monitoring of identified objects and to share sensing/identification information between multiple participants via standardized interfaces. Real benefits of WSNs will be achieved when end users with appropriate authority can access sensing data using standard based internet interfaces.

Auto-ID Labs Korea

- Period: 2005. 4. ~

- Research Overview

KAIST in Korea is the seventh university in the world to join the Auto-Id Labs, a leading global network of academic research laboratories in the field of RFID that includes such world renowned universities as MIT (USA), Cambridge University (UK), University of Adelaide (Australia), Keio University (Japan), Fudan University (China) and University of St. Gallen/ETH (Switzerland). Although each lab has a distinctive research area, all share the common vision of creating an "Internet of things." Together with EPC Global and industry, the Auto-Id Labs jointly pursue the goal of building an infrastructure for a commercially attractive, robust, and cost efficient worldwide EPC Network that is flexible enough to support future RFID technologies and industrial applications.