Using RFID for Adaptive and Dynamic Shelf-Life Estimation

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First Strike Rations (FSRs), designed by the U.S. Army for highly mobile and high-intensity combat situations, have a two-year shelf life at 80 degrees Fahrenheit. It is critical to quantify a decrease in FSR quality after exposure to extended periods of high temperatures during transit and storage, in order to ensure a combatant's safety and security. In this session, learn how researchers at the University of South Florida Polytechnic are utilizing...

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