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Title: Representing Real Space in Virtual Space Sunkyoung Shin, Shweta Jain and Samir Das Wireless Networki


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Representing Real Space in Virtual
SpaceSunkyoung Shin, Shweta Jain and Samir Das
Wireless Networking and Simulation Lab,
SUNY_at_Stonybrookhttp//www.wings.cs.sunysb.edu
Virtual Medicine Cabinet Wings Labs prototype
M1-Mini Skyeteks RFID Reader/Writer Module.
Introduction
  • Miniature 13.56MHz OEM RFID reader/writer module.
  • On-board (internal) antenna.
  • 7cm read range.
  • Reads, writes and identifies ISO and EPC tags.
  • Create a virtual representation of a given
    physical environment.
  • Monitor existence and location of physical
    objects.
  • Use non-intrusive devices like sensors and RFID
    readers instead of intrusive devices like camera.
  • Useful to search, locate and inventory objects
    at home, hospitals, factory, stores and
    libraries.
  • Inexpensive to deploy and use. Low power. Low
    maintenance.

MICA2DOT Crossbows Processor Radio Module
  • Atmel Atmega 128L processor.
  • Chipcon CC1000 radio 900MHz/433MHz.
  • Atmel AT45DB041B 512kB memory.
  • CR-2354 coin cell.
  • Crossbows mica2dot processor radio module.
  • Skyeteks M1-mini RFID reader.
  • CR-2354 coin cells.
  • Open source TinyOS software.

Basic Principle
  • RFID readers are capable of identifying specific
    objects by reading tags attached to the objects.
  • Sensors like photo detectors, pressure sensors,
    accelerometers etc detect the presence of objects
    and personnel.
  • Sensors and RFID readers combined with tiny
    motes form a standalone system that can sense,
    process and communicate wirelessly.
  • Low cost if produced in bulk.

Receiver Crossbows Data Acquisition Module
  • Crossbows MIB510 serial port programmer.
  • Crossbows Mica2 mote.
  • Interfaces with the computer. via serial port.
  • Communicates with RFID mote via radio to receive
    alerts.

Virtual Medicine Cabinet- A Prototype
RFID Mote Wings Labs RFID Mote
  • Represents a real medicine cabinet in virtual
    space.
  • Detects removal and re-shelving of objects in
    the cabinet.
  • Shows locations of objects in the cabinet..
  • Tracks how many time an object has been used.
  • Uses non-intrusive RFID motes.
  • Crossbows mica2dot processor radio module.
  • Skyeteks M1-mini RFID reader.
  • CR-2354 coin cells.
  • Open source TinyOS software.

http//www.wings.cs.sunysb.edu
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