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RFID tracking using just dust!

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posted on Jan, 21 2009 @ 05:57 AM
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Their is a new RFID threat to our privacy now & its ID dust.


The NOX team has perfected dozens of methods of tagging people without their knowledge. One of the more covert technologies they employ is ID-Dust, serialized dust particles that can be interrogated like a RFID tag. The NOX team can coat a person or object with it to track movement. ID-Dust can show if an item was handled or it can even be sprinkled on the floor. People unknowingly pick up the ID-Dust on their shoes as they travel through a dusted area. The software combines the video surveillance and RFID information to create an association between the ID-Dust and a person. The ID-Dust allows the person's movement to be tracked around a facility without the person ever knowing he or she is being tracked. While a criminal can easily defeat the motion sensors, the ID-Dust provides covert security with instant alerts when someone enters an area, plus a complete history of exactly where each person traveled and when.


The potential for this technology is very scary indeed.


Combining RFID and High Resolution Video Surveillance Cameras The system uses video surveillance cameras mounted in obvious locations and others that are hidden. I was surprised to learn that security personnel no longer need to sit and watch the video monitors; the RFID tags provide a far superior means of triggering alerts. A tag read in a particular location automatically triggers video recording and sends an instant alert to the security personnel’s mobile devices. In my demonstration an iPhone received a high definition picture of a theft in progress.


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posted on Jan, 21 2009 @ 06:03 AM
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Sorry stuck it in the wrong place, how do i get this moved to science & technology?



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