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Performance Management System: An Automated Approach through RFID Technology

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology, Karachi, PAKISTAN

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 4, Issue (5), Pages 77-84, May,2 (2015)


RFID (Radio frequency identification) is a technology used to identify the objects on the behalf of the tags as a part of this identification resource. RFID has been implemented for different purposes in many organizations including the offices and educational institutes for the attendance marking purposes. This research develops Activity Monitoring Management System using the RFID technology for the purpose of monitoring employee’s activity at every location within organizational setting. This research develops a methodology to track the activity of the moving objects or humans in an educational organization. The system makes use of the RFID Readers and RFID Antennas to constantly read the RFID tags assigned to humans in the institute at specific time interval. The paper contains the description of the system with the design and functionality implementation steps thoroughly defining the system uniqueness and different way to utilize RFID technology.


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