SoSE 2018 Special session on RFID-based Systems of Systems (RFID-SoS)

Scope and Objective

Recent years have witnessed an unprecedented development of the radio frequency identification (RFID) technology due to its low cost and non-line-of-sight communication pattern. RFID tags are becoming ubiquitously present in retail products, library books, debit cards, passports, driver licenses, car plates, medical devices, etc. As a result, RFID technology is shaping up to be an important building block in the integration of the emerging computing and communication systems, and thus a cornerstone enabling technology for Systems of Tiny Systems.

The purpose of this special session is to bring together a group of technology researchers from both academia and industry to explore how we can explore and apply RFID technologies in the design and development of systems of tiny systems and how to make RFID-based systems of systems more efficient, robust, and adaptive. Specific goals of the special session are to:

Topic of Interest

We welcome submissions from both academia and industry on this emerging multi-disciplinary research field. Papers are expected to explore fundamental or applied research and engineering problems related to all areas pertinent to RFID-SoS and the related fields. The special session will cover the following non exhaustive list of topics :

Organizing committee

Important dates

Submissions guidelines

RFID-SoS is an integral part of the SoSE conference. Please refer to the conference submission guidelines:

Paper submission link on EDAS: http://sosengineering.org/2018/paper-submission/