Development of Anti-Counterfeit Identification Microsystem (AIM) by SiP Technology

Development of Anti-Counterfeit Identification Microsystem (AIM) by SiP Technology

  • Development of Anti-Counterfeit Identification Microsystem (AIM) by SiP Technology
    ART/135CP
    20120416 - 20131031
    9800

    Dr Xunqing Daniel Shi
    The project will deliver a complete Anti-Counterfeit Identification Microsystem solution for mobile device which includes the following key deliverables: (1) Complete the embedded passive & IPD (Integrated Passive Devices) substrate design and the 1st prototype sample for performance characterization. Completion date: 6 months after project start. (2) Complete the Android-based APP (Applications) software development for the database access and logistics tracing. Completion date: 6 months after project start. (3) Complete the 920MHz UHF(Ultra High Frequency) antenna design and the prototype sample for the UHF RFID-Reader-SIM card demonstration. Completion date: 8 months after project start. (4) Complete 920MHz UHF RFID-Reader-SIM card 1st prototype sample being able to successfully read out UHF RFID tag. Completion date: 9 months after project start. (5) Complete the whole system integration for the Network-based Live Demo with one selected supplier. Completion date: 12 months after project start. (6) Demonstration of RFID writing function feasibility to the SIM card microsystem for one application selected by Hong Kong R&D Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management Enabling Technologies (LSCM). Completion date: 15 months after project start.
    Dr Enboa WU Mr Song, Steve HE Mr Corbett Rowell Mr Yiu Wing WAT Dr Yan LIU Dr Mingxiang, Hans XIAO Mr YEUNG Kwong Wa, Ken Mr Yu Xing, Michael REN Mr Man Kai, Paul CHEUNG Mr Lourdito M. OLLERES Dr Yueping, Pearl YE Mr Xiaokang XIONG Ms Yin Ping, Irene CHEUNG Dr Peter, Tak Ki WAN Dr Xiangfeng SHAO Dr Jun CHEN Dr Ziyang GAO Dr Pearl YE
    Chengdu RML (Technology Licensing) [Sponsor] Chengdu RML Technology Co., LTD. [Sponsor] Hong Kong Council for Testing and Certification Hong Kong R&D Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management Enabling Technologies Hong Kong University of Science and Technology IZO Technology (HK) Limited Shennan Circuits Co.,LTD. Vision Technology Development Co. Ltd. [Sponsor] Vision Technology Development Co. Ltd. (Technology Licensing) [Sponsor]

    Counterfeiting is one of the fastest growing economic crimes worldwide. Counterfeit products are now not limited to luxury goods. They have expanded into pharmaceutical and grocery products which are causing economic loss and a lot of anxiety and concerns in our society. It is estimated that counterfeit products now make up over 10% of world trade. UHF RFID has emerged as the best solution to combat counterfeiting. The objective of this project is to develop an Anti-Counterfeit Identification Microsystem (AIM) by the SiP (System-in-Package) technologies. This microsystem will allow users to use their existing cell phones to read UHF RFID tags. The information retrieved from reading the tag will be sent to a centralized database to authenticate the product. AIM is a tag-and-trace anti-counterfeit system that will allow the end users to authenticate products anytime, anywhere. It also provides a way for the goods suppliers and the governments to trace the origins of the counterfeited goods and the problematic distribution channels. With the AIM, the high-end good suppliers will have a way to stop counterfeit goods being distributed into the consumer market, and to protect their brand image and profits. There are few key technology components in the AIM. (1) A UHF-RFID Reader SiP in SIM card format (2) Innovative capacitive coupling antenna structure (3) Efficient cryptographic verification and logistics tracing system