Name Professor Course Date RFID (Radio-frequency identification) device uses electromagnetic spectrum to routinely recognize and trail tags attached to objects. These tags placed on the objects have information stored electronically. These tags can be passive or active. Passive tags gather energy from radio waves of a RFID while active tags contain a battery (local power source) and are capable of operating away from the RFID reader. RFID is one technique for Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC). RFID tags are common in many industries. They allow scanner to read data stored within electronic tags without using wires. When they are attached to people they raise privacy concerns. Developments have been done to address privacy and security issues (Shepard 5). RFID systems can be faced by problems which can make them ineffective. They can jam at any time since they use electromagnetic fields. This can bring inconveniences because the students scanner in classroom doors it is the fact that scanning students RFID IDs using RFID tag scanner is an act of utilitarianism with mutual benefits to both students and school administration. The administration is capable of running its activities effectively and efficiently. The capacity of students to achieve good grades is minimized because their absenteeism is lowered due to strict monitoring of their attendance. Unauthorized entrance is also minimized for security purposes. Work cited Kravets David. "Tracking School Children with RFID Tags? It’s All About the Benjamins’." Wired (2012). Pireva Krenare R. Jeton Siqeca and Shkelqim Berisha. "RFID: Management System for students' attendance." IFAC Proceedings Volumes 46.8 (2013): 137-140. Foster P. R. and R. A. Burberry. "Antenna problems in RFID systems." (1999): 3-3. Shepard Steven. RFID: radio frequency identification. McGraw Hill Professional 2005. Kassim Murizah et al. "Web-based student attendance system using RFID technology." Control and System Graduate Research Colloquium (ICSGRC) 2012 IEEE. IEEE 2012. [...]
what are the ethics of setting up RFID tag scanner in the classroom door? discuss this from the act utilitarianism viewpoint and mechanics of what data it could reveal. - at least 4 academic sources.