AN INTEGRATED CAMPUS RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM ON CLOUDS ANALYSIS FOR IMPROVED SECURITY
Acta Electronica Malaysia (AEM)
Author: Ipseeta Nanda, Rajesh De
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Using the most recent technologies, several steps had been done to improve campus security systems. Campuses primarily use Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for attendance tracking, with additional uses for activity monitoring and personal security. This research study suggests a framework of RFID integrated solutions for improved campus IT security, including tracking student valuables, tracing campus IT assets, preventing exam paper leakage, and issuing legitimate certificates. The use of RFID technology in current campus applications must be broadened where RFID technology specific performance concerns may occur in order to fulfil the expanding requirements of campus security system. Due to managing and handling data banks generated by RFID tags, which further requires enhancing the entire IT infrastructure, it is challenging to design RFID enabled scalable and reliable applications. This is problematic for Small and Medium Enterprises (SME), such as academic institutions, who have limited budgets. Therefore, campuses must embrace the idea of adopting cutting-edge cloud computing due to its both technological and financial benefits for supporting RFID technology in order to advance RFID campus implementation and develop internet of things-based applications.