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Auto-ID Lab

abstract The Auto-ID Lab St.Gallen combines the strength of a leading business school (University St.Gallen) with those of a leading technical institution (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich). It devotes its research to the business impacts (processes, products and services), applications and infrastructure of the "Internet of things". Together with EPCglobal and other Auto-ID Labs it develops the next generation of the EPC-Network. The main research topics of the St.Gallen Lab are Active Tags and Sensors, Addressing Uncertainty in RFID, Smart Products and Services, New Industries - Automotive and Health Care, Managing the EPC-Network, and Business Impact.
   
keywords RFID, Electronic Product Code, Ubiquitous Computing
   
homepage http://www.autoidlabs.org/
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type applied research project
status ongoing
start of project 2003
end of project 2016
additional informations http://www.autoidlabs.org/the-labs/stgallen/research/page.ht ml
topics The St. Gallen Lab with offices both at University of St. Gallen and ETH Zurich currently conducts research on different topics ranging from more near term questions such as how to efficiently manage and maintain large scale EPC-Networks to the development of future EPC-Network features such as adding uncertainty, location and sensors.
methods Evaluating, develop and implementing mobile phone applications that support the customers concepts.
contact Alexander Ilic