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How Can I Use RFID in a Simple Web Application Project?

Posted By RFID Journal, 05.23.2014

Can you please offer a suggestion for a type of project to undertake?

—Name withheld

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One simple project might be to apply Near Field Communication (NFC) tags to directional signs at a park, university, hospital or other facility (with permission, of course). You could create a simple Android application that would launch a Web browser when a person with an NFC-enabled phone read the tag. You could then use Google Maps to provide location information and allow him or her to enter a destination and receive directions to the intended destination.

—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal

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