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Giving RFID a REST: Building a web-enabled EPCIS
Abstract The Electronic Product Code Information SeThe Electronic Product Code Information Service (EPCIS) is a standard which defines interfaces enabling RFID events to be captured and queried. The query interface, implemented with WS-* Web services, enables business applications to consume and share data within and across companies, to form a global network of independent EPCIS instances. However, the interface limits the application space to the rather powerful platforms which understand WS-* Web services. In this paper we propose seamlessly integrating this network into the Web by designing a RESTful (REpresentational State Transfer) architecture for the EPCIS. Using this approach, each query, tagged object, location or RFID reader gets a unique URL that can be linked to, exchanged in emails, browsed for, bookmarked, etc. Additionally, this paradigm shift allows Web languages like HTML and JavaScript to directly use RFID data to fast-prototype light-weight applications such as mobile applications or Web mashups. We illustrate these benefits with a JavaScript mashup platform that integrates several services on the Web (e.g., Twitter, Wikipedia, etc.) with RFID data to allow managers along the supply chain and customers to get comprehensive data about their products.t comprehensive data about their products.
Abstractsub The Electronic Product Code Information SeThe Electronic Product Code Information Service (EPCIS) is a standard which defines interfaces enabling RFID events to be captured and queried. The query interface, implemented with WS-* Web services, enables business applications to consume and share data within and across companies, to form a global network of independent EPCIS instances. However, the interface limits the application space to the rather powerful platforms which understand WS-* Web services. In this paper we propose seamlessly integrating this network into the Web by designing a RESTful (REpresentational State Transfer) architecture for the EPCIS. Using this approach, each query, tagged object, location or RFID reader gets a unique URL that can be linked to, exchanged in emails, browsed for, bookmarked, etc. Additionally, this paradigm shift allows Web languages like HTML and JavaScript to directly use RFID data to fast-prototype light-weight applications such as mobile applications or Web mashups. We illustrate these benefits with a JavaScript mashup platform that integrates several services on the Web (e.g., Twitter, Wikipedia, etc.) with RFID data to allow managers along the supply chain and customers to get comprehensive data about their products.t comprehensive data about their products.
Bibtextype inproceedings  +
Doi 10.1109/IOT.2010.5678447  +
Has author Guinard D. + , Mueller M. + , Pasquier-Rocha J. +
Has extra keyword Business applications + , Electronic product codes + , Global networks + , Javascript + , Light weight + , Mash-up + , Mashups + , Mobile applications + , Paradigm shifts + , Query interfaces + , Representational state transfer + , RFID readers + , Tagged object + , Web languages + , Wikipedia + , High level languages + , Information services + , Internet + , Security of data + , Software prototyping + , Space platforms + , Supply chains + , Websites + , Web services +
Isbn 9781424474158  +
Language English +
Number of citations by publication 0  +
Number of references by publication 0  +
Published in 2010 Internet of Things, IoT 2010 +
Title Giving RFID a REST: Building a web-enabled EPCIS +
Type conference paper  +
Year 2010 +
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DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 2010  +
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