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    Title: 整合式GPS/RFID物流管理定位系統實作
    Other Titles: Design and implementation of an integrated GPS/RFID positioning system for logistics management
    Authors: 鄭文宗;Cheng, Wen-tsung
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊工程學系資訊網路與通訊碩士班
    林其誼;Lin, Chi-yi
    Keywords: 射頻識別;全球衛星定位系統;訊號強度;定位;換手;RFID;GPS;RSSI;localization;Handover
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2010-09-23 17:35:20 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: RFID和GPS這兩種技術分別在室內或室外的定位系統上都有廣泛的應用。我們將整合這兩種技術達成後勤管理的目標,不管送貨人在室內或室外,系統中都能夠即時性顯示送貨人位置,然而無可避免會有換手的情況發生,整個系統對於換手的發生也能真實呈現。就我們所知,這將會是第一個研究,實作RFID和GPS來達成後勤管理的目標。
    RFID and GPS are the two technologies that receive significant attention in the field of indoor and outdoor location systems, respectively. In this research, the need of integrating multiple heterogeneous location systems is identified. We propose a hybrid system that combines both RFID and GPS technologies to achieve the goal of true end-to-end logistics management. With our system, the real-time location of a deliveryman can be tracked both indoors and outdoors. More importantly, the deliveryman with a mobile terminal can experience seamless positioning handover between outdoor and indoor environments. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work that implements RFID and GPS positioning handover in the application of end-to-end logistics management.
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