VerIoT: System for verification and optimization of emerging IoT RFID
VerIoT integrates multi-fold antennas for high-speed automated testing, utilizing EdgeAI hardware.
In March 2022, the EU introduced measures to reduce electronic waste (e-waste) and unveiled a digital product passport to enhance transparency in product origin and supply chain information. The project's goal is to support sustainable production of green RFID/NFC by employing AI-enhanced quality assurance testing and predictive maintenance. This aims to optimize efficiency, resource utilization, and energy consumption in the production of sustainable labels.
To ensure high-quality RAIN RFID tags, each label undergoes rapid, reliable, and consistent testing during production. VerIoT (System for verification and optimization of emerging IoT RFID) focuses on testing future environmentally friendly digital product passport labels while advancing material reuse and recyclability. The project aims to optimize the efficiency of green label production machines, improve energy consumption, and enhance production quality using AI-based predictive maintenance algorithms.
The project incorporates machine learning algorithms and pattern recognition to facilitate high-throughput reliable testing. Research on key parameters affecting the performance of sustainable RFID/NFC will contribute to improved standards and regulations, as well as next-generation test systems. VerIoT strives to establish a verified testbed and system that meets the requirements of functional green digital product passports. The project's outcomes will be shared with customers within the broader value chain through collaboration between VerIoT partners.
This project will be coordinated by
CISC Semiconductor GmbH
as the technology provider from Austria and they will work in collaboration with Lambda ID from Germany. The monitorization of the project is being carried out by HighTech NL .
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