GS1 also manages EPCglobal
, which specifically develops and administers standards for the EPC found in RFID tags and supports the use of RFID in business.
Li, "Providing stronger authentication at a low-cost to RFID tags operating under the EPCglobal
framework," in Proc.
, "EPC radio-frequency identity protocols class-1 generation-2 UHF RFID protocol for communications at 860MHz-960MHz version 1.0.9," EPCglobal
Standard Specification, 2004.
Strengths: (a) provides user location privacy, (b) resist forged-tag attack and forged-server attack, (c) secure against man-in-the-middle attack, (d) conforms to EPCglobal
C1G2 standards and (e) able to resist Pedro et al.
Consider Figure 1 which shows a generation and flow of RFID events through the EPCglobal
, "EPC Radio-Frequency Identity Protocols Class-1 Generation- 2 UHF RFID Protocol for Communications at 860 MHz -960MHz Version 1.0.9." EPCglobal
David (2007) Global RFID: The Value of the EPCGlobal
Network for Supply Chain Management, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, p.
IBM said that the new 3V coupon system at REAL is based on existing IBM solutions at METRO Group, which are compliant with the EPC Information Services Standard (EPCIS) of EPCglobal
. The system is based on IBM InfoSphere Traceability Server, a high-performance data storage device, that is able to manage and analyze large amounts of data, integrate master data systems and provide data in real-time for internal and external applications.
Most grand schemes devised for the classical supply chain management applications of the Internet of Things, such as the EPCglobal
Network (4), the uIDCenter (5), or "Internet 0" (GERSHENFELD, KRIKORIAN & COHEN, 2004) attach a universally unique, network-ready digital identity to these physical things, be it their General ID, ucode or IP address.
Osinski participates on several standards organizations including EPCglobal
and IEEE and consortia such as AIM Global, DASH7, OmniAir, and SmartGrid.