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Relatives wanting to pay respects to loved ones in natural buried grounds are usually given coordinates to locate the deceased. Now in the US, the Hippensteel Funeral Service and Crematory has launched the first RFID CARDsystem designed to pinpoint the precise place of burial.
Hippensteel Funeral Service and Crematory in Layfette, Indiana is offering the transmitter disks and balls — provided by Memorial Markers — in the casket or grave of anyone buried or cremated at a 1.5 acre natural burial site called The Preserve. Hippensteel is the only company to have carried out eco-burials on the Preserve since 2008, and rfid inlay is offering the new service free of charge as standard for all its burials on the site. A hand-held reader can be used to locate the marker disks or balls, which are roughly the size of a hockey puck. The readers can detect the markers up to a depth of five feet and will enable family members to find unmarked graves, or graves that have been damaged by natural disasters, weather conditions, or vandalism. It is also believed they will be used by staff when graves become buried in plants and grass.
Although the Daily Mail claims the system is based on GPS technology, the combo cardsin fact uses RF signals to locate the markers. For those in the industry here in the Philippines, inspiration for more natural and eco-friendly burial services?
Under the project, the AF Consortium will form a team of technical design and software development experts to work on the new smart cards based ticketing system before it becomes available for use by train commuters in the third quarter of 2015.
Last week, the rfid inlayConsortium was awarded the P1.72-billion contactless Automatic Fare Collection System Project (AFCS), which will install a unified ticket system similar to Hong Kong’s “Octopus card” for the Light Rail Transit Lines 1 and 2 and the Metro Rail Transit Line 3.
One of the public-private partnership contactless cards projects of the Aquino administration, the AFCS will ensure seamless interconnection for travelers and remove the current inconvenience of the need to buy separate tickets for separate lines.