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A tracking system with RFID technology has
been developed to measure the activity and behaviour of
species in laboratory. It consists of different controllers
which handle different RFID antennas. The controllers send
the data received from its antennas to a host computer that
computes the tracking of the different individuals. The
system has a tracking resolution of centimetres and was
specifically designed to respond in hostile environments and
to allow an easy configuration and expansion.
CitationSarrià, D. [et al.]. A new tracking system to study the behaviour of species. A: International Measurement Confederation. IMEKO World Congress. "XIX IMEKO World Congress. Fundamental and Applied Metrology". Lisboa: 2009, p. 1645-1648.
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