Orlando and the Internet of Things

Newsletters Orlando > November 2015

 

Orlando and the Internet of Things

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Orlando services are accessible to third parties applications that have been authenticated and authorised.

 

A very promising Use Case is the access to Technical Data through the reading of an RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) tag, placed on a part whose related documentation is stored in Orlando.

 

The RFID tag can be of 2 categories:
 
• tags with internal storage capacity, allowing for instance the storage of the maintenance history of the part, that can be useful to help troubleshooting the problem, together with the standard troubleshooting procedures available in Orlando’s TSM (TroubleShooting Manual)
 
• smaller and thinner tags including only an identifier (EPCid), that is typically used as a parameter within the search call to Orlando