AUTO INDUSTRY RFID STANDARDS
It's normally articulated that there are no industry standards or benchmarks in RFID.
Truth be told, there are some entrenched standards and a couple developing standards. We are
considering the RFID standards in the auto (or automotive) industry. Standards are basic for
some RFID usage applications, for example, installment systems and tracking products or
reusable compartments in public supply chains. A lot of work has been going ahead over the
previous decade to create norms for various RFID applications and frequencies. There are
some proposed and existing RFID guidelines that arrangement with the " Air Interface"
convention (the routine readers and tags correspondence), information content (the way
information is sorted out or designed), conformance (approaches to test that items fulfill the
standard) and applications (how principles are utilized on shipping marks, for instance) (Sen,
Das, & Sen, 2009) . In this paper, we will examine that Auto-industry has proposed an RFID
tag information structure permitting tire makers to utilize both existing information identifiers
and Electronic Product Code.