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Development of Inventory Management System Based on RFID Technology

Ming-Chih Chen, Yin-Ting Cheng, and Chung-Yu Siang

(Received July 1, 2021; Accepted October 4, 2021)

Keywords: radio frequency identification, Internet of Things, microwave, inventory

We present an inventory management system that is utilized to automatically check the tools and equipment in industrial plants and warehouses. The system utilizes radio frequency identification (RFID), a cloud database (MySQL), an Android-based application program (app), and a PC-based computer program to construct a real-time raw material inventory system. RFID tags are attached to the tools and equipment and connected to a network via the Internet of Things (IoT). Experimental results demonstrate that the system reduces labor costs and human errors in an industrial plant.

Corresponding author: Yin-Ting Cheng




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