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Preparing for IEEE CRFID Educational Mega-Challenge: SMART CITIES Proposal packages will be rated on how the teams plan and evaluate a solution that incorporates RFID technology and systems. Some aspects of the proposal are required and others will be judged and scored with points. See scoring below. Accredited, degree-program institution (required) Team composition (20 points) Cla...
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IEEE Council on RFID Constitution

Table of Contents  ARTICLE I NAME AND PURPOSE Section 1 Name Section 2 Purpose ARTICLE II FIELD OF INTEREST Section 1 Field of Interest ARTICLE III MEMBERSHIP OF COUNCIL Section 1 Council and Member Societies Section 2 New Member Societies Section 3 Removal of Member Societies Section 4 Officers of Council Administrative Committee (AdCom) Section 5 Voting Members o...
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Educational Mega-Challenge

To engage and interest undergraduates, graduate students, and their advisors, the new IEEE Council on RFID (CRFID) is offering a competition that addresses real-world problems and is Open to any accredited, degree-program educational institution Composed of teams with at least one IEEE student member and at least one advisor who is an IEEE member 2017 CHALLENGE: SMART CITIES The 201...
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Singapore IEEE RFID Chapter Kick-Off Meeting

IEEE CRFID Singapore chapter organized a kick-off seminar on 21th July 2016 (Thursday). The seminar was also co-organized by IEEE Singapore MTT/AP Chapters. DATES: 21 July 2016, Thursday TIME: 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm (Registration begins at 2:30 pm) VENUE: Franklin room, South tower, Level 11, Fusionopolis 1 Fusionopolis Way, Connexis (South Tower) Singapore 138632 In January 2016, the...
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Apostolos Georgiadis

  Title: Wireless power transfer and energy harvesting for RFID Apostolos Georgiadis Senior Researcher, Centre Tecnologic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain Abstract: RFID technology provides a foundation, an enabling technology towards the realization of ‘zero-power’ wireless sensors and implementing the Internet-of-Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) communi...
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In June 2015, the IEEE recognized the Council on RFID, which had been the IEEE Technical Committee on RFID. CRFID became the 46th society/council within the IEEE Technical Activities Board. The field of interest for CRFID is the theory and practice of matters relating to RFID (radio frequency identification) and RFID-related systems. The purpose is to advance and coordinate work in the field of r...
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