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Embedded Radio Frequency Identification Device License Plates for Roadside Use in Nebraska

Dwight L. Mosby, University of Nebraska - Lincoln


The transportation industry has many stakeholders with different needs that work with advanced technologies. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is an emerging technology that is used to track inventory and it holds promise for the transportation industry. This research identifies how to evaluate transportation stakeholder requirements for RFID technologies using a tool described as the House of Quality (HOQ). This research investigates RFID's ability to work in license plates and may provide infrastructure to support identifying RFID enabled commercial vehicles. This research considers variables that affect the performance of a RFID License Plate System that will use a scanner located at roadside locations. This research also proposes an Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) decision model for selecting the product that is "best" for RFID roadside use in Nebraska with commercial vehicles.^

Subject Area

Engineering, Civil|Engineering, Industrial|Transportation

Recommended Citation

Mosby, Dwight L., "Embedded Radio Frequency Identification Device License Plates for Roadside Use in Nebraska" (2010). ETD collection for University of Nebraska - Lincoln. AAI3432433.