The Role of RFID in Green IoT: A Survey on Technologies, Challenges and a Way Forward

Zainatul Yushaniza Mohamed Yusoff, Mohamad Khairi Ishak, Kamal Ali Alezabi
2021 Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems  
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a technology that enables communication between everyday life using different sensor actuators that work together to identify, capture, and distribute critical data from the planet. Massive machines and devices are therefore linked and communicate with them. The use of resources in this area presents new challenges for this technology. The goal was to find a green IoT that focuses on energy efficiency and IoT efficiency. Green IoT is an energy-efficient way to
more » ... uce or eliminate the greenhouse effect of current applications. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is one of the Green IoT and Master IoT components that identifies a person or entity in a high-frequency electromagnetic spectrum when combining electromagnetic or electrostatic couplings. If the predictions are also correct, energy use issues arise as active battery-powered RFID detection needs to be addressed by incorporating new solutions for Green IoT technology. Past studies and assessments have attempted to evaluate RFID technology and its functions. Unfortunately, however, they concentrated on a single RFID view of technique and technology. This paper examines holistically and systematically the impact of RFID applications on green IoT, focusing on three categories: the challenges, environmental consequences, and the benefits of green IoT RFID applications. The impacts, performance and safety of RFID IoT applications have been carefully described. The benefits and examples of RFID applications, including their key advantages and disadvantages, are also discussed. Overall, this paper highlights the potential efforts of RFID to address existing Green IoT issues.
doi:10.25046/aj060103 fatcat:plofdecp6zespcblkqe7a567vi