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Establishing a Secure Chain of Custody With RFID

Breakout Session
University College Dublin (UCD) and University of South Florida (USF) have joined forces to develop a tamper-proof, cloud-based RFID traceability system, tailored toward the food industry. Initial pilot projects are focused on the poultry industry, and cover production from processing plant to consumer. The system is based on a combination of RFID temperature-logging and geo-locationary systems, cloud-based decision-support systems and smartphone technology, collectively known as CyberBar. Researchers are now testing epi-biometrics on chicken fillets. Learn how the CyberBar solution relies on a combination of RFID and smartphone technologies to facilitate the provision of temperature and location details at the batch level, thereby establishing a secure chain of custody from processing plant to consumer.

Speakers

  • Dr. Ismail Uysal
    Director of RFID Lab for Applied Research and Assistant Professor
    University of South Florida
  • Ultan McCarthy
    Manager
    IMaR (Intelligent Mechatronics & RFID) Technology Gateway