Radio-frequency identification system (RFID)
Client:
RUSNANO
Date:
10.02.2013
Working principle of RFID - technichal graphics
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Radio-frequency identification (RFID) uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. Passive RFID systems based on metal RFID tags and RFID labels can be widely used in retail, warehouses, libraries, the construction industry, transport, logistics and the postal service. RST-Invent is manufacturing a new generation of ultra-high-frequency RFID chips. The chips are made using the 90-nanometer process of CMOS technology to construct integrated circuits and meet the electronic product code (EPC) Class-1 Generation-2 standards.

The application of the 90-nanometer process to RFIDs has allowed for an unprecedented downscaling in size, effective energy consumption, and low cost of the chips. RST-Invent chips have built-in support for electronic digital signature technology GOST R 34.10–2001, which protects the products against counterfeiting. The chips can be used to develop new tags as well as to update existing RFID tags. RST-Invent is planning to create a new iNano family of adhesive tags that will feature greater read and write distances thanks to antennas with greater amplification gain and the 90-nanometer process technology.

Cooperation with RUSNANO

The Visual Science Company has cooperated with the RUSNANO Group since 2008, creating a wide range of high quality graphic information materials. Various infographics have been designed to demonstrate the technologies developed and implemented by RUSNANO project companies. The aim of each project is to demonstrate the principle of technology, nanotechnological components of the project and the advantages of the chosen solution compared with analogues.

The work of Visual Science is carried out in a single sheet or slide format. The modular structure of the infographics makes it possible to use it both as a whole piece or as separate components, which is convenient for preparing website illustrations or project reports or publications. Thus one material helps to solve almost all the issues with illustrating the information about the project.

The target audience for these graphics includes professionals in relevant areas, and a wide range of specialists in different fields without a technical background. Scientific accuracy, combined with the optimum degree of generalization allow for communicating equally effectively with target audiences with different background.

All the graphics have been used by the RUSNANO Group for 5 years or more. As usual, the feature of the Visual Science workflow includes the entire spectrum of tasks ranging from analyzing the scientific literature of the project to the preparation of the final graphics on the company’s side that allows saving valuable time of our customers.

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