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  • Chaguaramas Beach Case Study

    coastal areas have been extensively developed in the area of North West of Port-of-Spain. Its beautiful landscape by the sea, bays and streams have been utilized by habour activities and human activities. The area s also used by various boats both personal and commercial that carry chemicals and hazardous compounds. These water vessels are often cleaned on the docks and emit a lot of hazardous waste into the water. Leaks during the transfer of goods and liquids also add to the pollution in the…

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  • Rfid Pros And Cons

    Topic: Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) -Pros & Cons 1.0 Explanation of marking justification. The topic of the pros and cons of radio frequency identification (RFID) had been evaluated during the presentation session and marks had been given. There are two categories in marking criteria which are content and presentation. For the content which 60 marks in total, there are divided into details which is research, relevance, topicality, and conclusion. Meanwhile, for the presentation which…

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  • Analysis Of Arduino Genuine Uno

    3.1. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS The project is an Arduino- based project and is based concerning radio frequency according to ship then get hold of the data. The RF transmitter and grantee each work at a 433 MHz to send then get hold of data. We will be adding the use of an ultrasonic, which measures the scale in conformity with an object, through the usage of echo waves. An LCD show choice is aged to show the statistics managed with the aid of the Arduino. The dictation is computerized therefore…

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  • RFID Implants Advantages And Disadvantages

    a pretty small step”, with the human society so dependent on technology this is just the next logical phase. Cellphones, flash drives, iPods, computers, and credit cards just to name a few, the list could go on forever. All these objects contain personal information creating “an information envelope around” an individual that could be accessed at any point (Bahney). The transformation from moving this information from someone’s pocket into their arm is kind of an inconsequential transition.…

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  • Resident Evil: Extinction Analysis

    recommend that you go and watch Resident Evil: Extinction. It’s a very entertaining action packed movie, but it also gives a rough draft about what are radio-frequency identification chips (RFID Chips). Radio frequency identification chips uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects that contain personal information. In the movie, the used a devices very similar to radio-frequency chips to track the main character Alice. Alice was an ordinary girl…

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  • Reflective Essay On Work Life Balance

    childcare. I had more time with them, a lot of family time, catch up time with friends and was able to make to Sunday church services. I try to manage my time effectively at work so I do not have it weighing on my mind when I get back home. From personal experience the benefit of maintaining a work life balance is to have reduced stress levels at home and at work, better focus and concentration, the opportunity to participate more fully with family and social life, more time to chase goals and…

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  • Cyber-Security

    Cyber-Security in Transportation Technology in transportation can result in productivity gains, however a higher dependency on information technology also leads to greater exposure and potential of being a target for cyber-crimes such as denial of service, stealing of passenger private information and cyber terrorisms. According to analysis for incidents from 2002-2004 transportation systems faced 16% of total cyber hackings and terrorisms on critical infrastructure (IEEE, 2007).…

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  • EMV Contactless Specification Analysis

    EMV Contactless Specifications This chapter provides a description of the EMV contactless protocol. Section 3.1 describes the different documents the describe the EMV Contactless specifications. Section 3.2 describes the contactless interface of EMV Contactless cards. Section 3.3 gives a high level overview of the EMV Contactless transactions. Finally, 3.4 gives a complete description of the Mastercard PayPass specifications. 3.1 EMV Contactless Specification Documents The EMV Contactless…

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  • What Are Marketing Principles Used In The Creation Of Dairy Packaging Case Study

    Chapter 3: What are marketing principles used in the creation of dairy packaging in NZ? In the previous chapter, the researcher has discussed the characteristics of “green” consumers in NZ and the main factors that affect their purchasing decision towards “green” products. Hence, in this chapter, the in-depth analysis in the packaging approaches of popular NZ dairy brands will be given in order to analyse the “green” features such as packaging materials, “green” symbols and notes that can…

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  • Inductive Proximity Sensors

    Chapter 5 Proximity Sensor 5.1 Introduction A proximity sensors is the sensor able to detect the presence of nearby objects without any physical contact. A proximity sensors often emits an electromagnetic field or a beam of electromagnetic radiation, and looks for changes in the field or return signal. The object being sensed is often referred to as the proximity sensor's target. Different proximity sensor target demand different sensor. For examples a capacitive or photoelectric sensors…

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