A Solution with Security Concern for RFID-Based Track and Trace Services in EPCglobal-Enabled Supply Chains
A supply chain represents the ﬂow of materials, information, and ﬁnance as they move through supply chain partners such as manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, retailers, and consumers. The track & trace services in supply chains can help improve supply chain visibility and efﬁciency, and prevent counterfeiting and stealing of products thus enhance security. Track & trace services in supply chains require identiﬁcation of items, capture of events as items move through supply chains, and query of events of items. RFID (radio frequency identiﬁcation) is a technology that allows to identify objects simultaneously in a fully automated manner via radio waves. This advantage has enabled RFID technology to be used in many applications, including supply chain management (Angeles, 2005) and industrial production (Mintchell, 2002). RFID-based product track & trace in supply chains has attracted growing interests from both academic research and industrial practices.
Information Security | Operations and Supply Chain Management
Information Security and Trust
Designing and Deploying RFID Applications
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HE, Wei; LI, Yingjiu; CHIEW, Kevin; LI, Tieyan; and LEE, Eng Wah.
A Solution with Security Concern for RFID-Based Track and Trace Services in EPCglobal-Enabled Supply Chains. (2011). Designing and Deploying RFID Applications. 95-108. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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