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RFID Technology Application for Management of Ancient Famous Trees

2017-11-13 15:03:44
Ancient famous tree is witness to the long history and culture of a country or region, has important humanities and scientific value, it's called "living artifacts" by plant experts. Some of these ancient trees can be used for medicine. Some of them are very valuable for studying the variation and optimization of tree species. Some are of great ornamental value. Some are symbols and pinions in their own right. It is of great significance to protect these invaluable historical heritages.

In recent years, in order to realize the scientific, informatization and modernization of ancient famous trees management, more and more cities have done a lot of hard work forprotecting ancient and famous trees, such as archiving, envelopment, licensing and establish ecological circle and other basic protection measures. However, due to thecharacteristics of forest germplasm resources information, it determines the workload is huge and complex, requires a lot of manual inventory, and manual operation efficiency isrelatively low, prone to error.

In order to solve the problem of backward management of ancient famous trees information, Shenzhen Chuangxinjia uses a new management system, use RFID technology, using an unique RFID tree nail tag. The age of the trees, subjects, protection of living conditions and other information are encoded into the chip, with GPS positioning system, a more comprehensive protection of ancient trees. With ABS shell innovative RFID nail tag, the internal RFID chip package with epoxy glue, completely sealed, fully heat-resistant, waterproof, shockproof, durable, won't fade, the trees themselves will not have any impact on the health. Once the ancient  trees ill, managers read the old tree's information stored in the chip through the handheld device, the past data will be at a glance: when the water poured, what fat applied, had any disease, whether to "move" "Home" and so on. In case of being destroyed, this chip can still vividly note the clues of the perpetrators.

RFID Technology in Trees Management

Using RFID technology, use handheld RFID reader on ancient famous trees for wireless identification, intelligent management, specifically to achieve the following functions:
(1) The system can realize quick reading and writing and automatic reading and writing of tree resources data, greatly reducing the workload of manual labor, reducing humanerrors, saving time and improving work efficiency.
(2) Because RFID technology supports non-visual identification, mobile identification and multi-target identification, it can greatly improve the management efficiency, reducethe workload of managers and improve the work efficiency in the forestry sector during the registration and inventory of tree resources information.
(3) It can realize the positioning and long-term follow-up management functions of old and famous wood resources, facilitate the search and protection of resources, traceproblems in time, and find out the cause of the problems or make up for losses as soon as possible.
(4) Through the combination of RFID technology and database technology, data system management can be realized. On the basis of this, data can be analyzed and processedscientifically and optimally managed. The resources and information for breeding experts and forestry management departments can be provided to the greatest extent. Decision-making information to speed up the realization of forestry information.

From the perspective of forestry or from the perspective of management, the application of RFID technology to the management of ancient famous trees is of practicalsignificance. RFID system has the advantages of simple structure, large information capacity, fast response, simple operation and so on. It will greatly improve the management efficiency of the forestry department and reduce the manual labor workload of the management staff, laying a solid foundation for the overall informatization of the forestry department.