InTech launches its newest Journal’s first issue in Radio Frequency Identification and Wireless Sensor Networks
Today, Open Access publisher InTech launches its most recent, groundbreaking Journal’s first issue in the International Journal of Radio Frequency Identification & Wireless Sensor Networks, under the label FREE FOR ALL, available to access online, download free of charge, and submit manuscripts, no fees levied.
Under the editorship of Dr. Cristina Turcu, also the editor of four RFID and WSN books published by InTech with a total of + 7500 downloads worldwide, the Journal covers new developments in RFID and WSN technologies, most of which will be quite interesting to a broader audience of tech savvy readers.
When thinking of some of the current applications of RFID technology it is only fair to recognize its future potential in changing the way we track virtually anything, people, objects, maybe even your lost cat you have been looking for months. Asset tracking and people tracking systems based on RFID technologies have been used to easily locate, through special tags, the whereabouts of a certain document, or the activity of a patient within a hospital, as well as some jail facilities across the US already use RFID to monitor the movements of their inmates. And we are only at the beginning of revolutionising tracking systems, a tiny area of research within the dynamic field of RFID and WSN. RFID and WSN concern literally every environment as it enables to read information from reading tags and microchips virtually anywhere, givin to a rapid collection of required data. We are in the throes of a chip and sensor based revolution. Are we tracking it?