Devices using RFID technology are used for tagging customers

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who wait for their orders, or vehicles that indicate the location of motorists in an area. They are also used to track logistics, and in manufacturing and retail. But in disaster management, the DOST said smart cardsare also used in Program NOAH (Nationwide Operation on Assessment of Hazards) as automated rain gauges and weather stations. "These facilities transmit real-time data on the amount of rainfall, temperature, pressure, humidity and wind speed, direction, and velocity," it said. The DOST added rfid inlay are also important in NOAH’s DREAM project that uses Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR), which is used to survey the topography of the Philippines. Casambre said other contactless cards-based smart sensors in the works include those that can monitor weather and geological conditions, vehicular traffic flow, and soil and water quality. “RFID is one of the most ubiquitous technologies in the world today, aside from being an essential component of the global supply chain,” he said. He noted mobile phones and tablet computers have at least two RFIDs in the form of International Mobile Station Equipment Identity (IMEI) numbers, Bluetooth, and Wifi addresses

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who wait for their orders, or vehicles that indicate the location of motorists in 

an area.

 They are also used to track logistics, and in manufacturing and retail.

But in disaster management, the DOST said  smart cardsare also

 used in Program NOAH (Nationwide Operation on Assessment of Hazards)

 as automated rain gauges and weather stations.

 "These facilities transmit real-time data on the amount of rainfall, temperature, pressure, humidity 

and wind speed, direction, and velocity," it said.

 The DOST added rfid inlay are also important in NOAH

DREAM project that uses Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR),

 which is used to survey the topography of the Philippines.

 Casambre said other contactless cards-based smart sensors in the works include those that can monitor

 weather and geological conditions, vehicular traffic flow, and soil 

and water quality.

 

 

RFID is one of the most ubiquitous technologies in the world today, 

aside from being an essential  component of the global supply chain,” 

he said.

 

He noted mobile phones and tablet computers have at least two RFIDs 

in the form of International Mobile Station Equipment Identity (IMEI) 

numbers, Bluetooth, and Wifi addresses

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