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Author Krohn, Albert ♦ Beigl, Michael ♦ Decker, Christian ♦ Robinson, Philip ♦ Zimmer, Tobias
Source CiteSeerX
Content type Text
File Format PDF
Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Practical Consideration ♦ Active Tag ♦ Minimal Infrastructure Requirement ♦ Configurable Integrity Control Setting ♦ Computational Device ♦ Major Output ♦ Seal Different State ♦ Secure Supervision ♦ Electronic Device ♦ Certain Location ♦ Past Waxed-seals ♦ Intuitive User Interaction ♦ Eseal Prototype System Demo ♦ Eseal Monitor ♦ Activity Chain ♦ Prototype Eseal System ♦ Object Physical Condition
Abstract While in the past waxed-seals where used to ensure the integrity, electronic devices are now able to take over this functionality and provide better, finer grained, more automated and more secure supervision. This demo shows a prototype eSeal system, with a computational device at its core that can be attached to a good and can be configured automatically using active tags. The eSeal monitors and seals different states sensed from the object’s physical conditions. The eSeal is designed and implemented with flexibility in mind, allowing configurable integrity control settings. The system works with minimal infrastructure requirements and is functionally self-contained, such that goods can be supervised that are only accessible in certain locations. A major output of the eSeal prototype system demo is the support for intuitive user interaction, with regards to configuration and handling of the devices in the activity chain.
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study