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Google in RFID and M2M, Second Edition

  • ID: 2393686
  • January 2013
  • 57 Pages
  • Mind Commerce LLC

RFID and M2M represent two large markets by themselves, both expected to grow dramatically over the next 10-20 years. Mix this growth with the competencies and expected continued growth of Google and there is a powerful mixture for explosive growth.

This research includes an evaluation of RFID and M2M from a state of the industry perspective. This research identifies areas in which Google is poised to make a large impact within both RFID and M2M. This will have a profound effect on the existing ecosystem as well as create new opportunities for market development and expansion.

Target Audience

- RFID and M2M professionals
- Industry market segments using RFID and/or M2M
- Google and their customers, partners, and competitors

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION

M2M EVOLUTION

RFID IN A NUTSHELL

RFID OVERVIEW

READERS

PASSIVE RFID TAGS

SAW RFID TAGS

SEMI PASSIVE RFID TAGS

ACTIVE RFID TAGS

FREQUENCIES

READ/WRITE OPERATIONS

ANALYSIS OF PASSIVE VS. ACTIVE RFID SYSTEMS

Advantages of Passive RFID

Inexpensive

Form Factor

Longevity

Robustness

Disadvantages of Passive RFID

Range

Perfect Identification Ratio

Advantages of Active RFID

Range

Perfect Identification Ratio

Disadvantages of Active RFID

Expensive

Operational Life

Form Factor

THE INITIAL RFID TECHNOLOGY FOR GOOGLE: NFC

GOOGLE'S CURRENT FORAY NFC

NFC IN ANDROID PHONES

GOOGLE WALLET

What is Google Wallet?

Approaches to NFC payment solutions

Embedded Solution

Advantages / Disadvantages

SIM based Solution

Advantages / Disadvantages

Secure Digital Card based Solution

Advantages / Disadvantages

Business Models

E-Commerce

Advertising

VULNERABILTIES AND CONCERNS

Android Technology Vulnerabilities

POTENTIAL ATTACKS AND DEFENSE FROM AN NFC PERSPECTIVE

FUTURE PROSPECTS OF GOOGLE WALLET

Increasing Customer Base

Google Wallet Physical Card

Enhancing Security

M2M OVERVIEW

M2M 101: DEFINITION AND HISTORY

M2M BUILDING BLOCKS

M2M EVOLUTION

THE MAJOR COMPONENTS OF M2M

Wireless M2M Devices

Wireless Modem

Interface Board

Wireless Transport of M2M Data to and from the Monitoring Facility

The Back-end Operations and Support Infrastructure

M2M SOLUTION BUILDING BLOCKS: A MORE IN-DEPTH VIEW

The Machine The Customer Intends To Monitor And Control

The In-Field Hardware Device Created By The Hardware Vendor

Wireless Network

The Back-End Server

The Internet

The Customer Facility For Monitoring And Controlling The Machines

GOOGLE'S POTENTIAL IN M2M

THE OVERALL POTENTIAL FOR M2M

GOOGLE'S ROLE AND THE RELATIONSHIP TO M2M

POTENTIAL FUTURE APPLICATION AREAS FOR GOOGLE IN M2M AND RFID

FUTURE POTENTIAL APPLICATION AREAS

Asset and warehouse management

Automotive

Case Study: Integration of Google Services with Automotives

Integration of Google Maps

Integration of Google Prediction systems

Entertainment

Google TV

SWOT Analysis

Building monitoring and control

Environmental monitoring

Integration with Google Earth Engine for Environment Monitoring

Health care

Google in Healthcare

Why Healthcare?

Competitors

Microsoft HealthVault

Discontinuing Google Health

Military battlefield awareness

Security and surveillance

FUTURE RESEARCH

Secure systems

Embedded Operating Systems

Groups Management

Lightweight Signal Processing

High-Data-Rate Sensors

THE FUTURE OF RFID AND M2M

2012 AND BEYOND

Growth Factors of M2M from 2011 and Beyond

Telecommunication

M2M Wireless and Consumer Products

Asset Tracking and other M2M RFID Applications

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