RFID Tag-Data Standards

Published: February 28, 2013

As RFID tags grow in capacity and sophistication, the possible ways of storing data on tags is becoming ever more complex. Whereas tags in the past carried just a simple “license plate” identifier, they now have a full random-access “user memory” that can be employed by applications to store a variety of business data. This session will provide an overview of the myriad of data standards that have evolved to take advantage of these features, including the popular Electronic Product Code (EPC); the ISO/IEC 15962 standard for user memory and its variations, including the latest “packed objects” standard; and the different data systems, including GS1 Application Identifiers (AIs), ANSI Data Identifiers (DIs), and aerospace Text Element Identifiers (TEIs).
Speaker: Ken Traub, PhD., Consulting Instructor For Academia RFID, Ken Traub Consulting, LLC