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National Museum of Contemporary Art u-Museum Service System
- Providing exhibit information through u-museum service system, electronic tags (RFID) and mobile readers
- Planning to implement position, exhibition information, help service, exhibit repository entry/exit management system
- Planning to achieve market leadership in domestic and overseas museums, exhibition halls, cultural facilities and ubiquitous contents service market
HIT(www .hit. co. kr) will proudly present the results of the project for implementing the ¡®National Museum of Contemporary Art u-Museum Service System' , one of the governmental RFID projects ordered this year, at ¡®2005 e-biz Expo'.
The purpose of the u-Museum Service System is to provide information about the museum's exhibits to visitors through 900MHz electronic tags (RFIDs) and mobile readers; by December, not only exhibit information, but also position/exhibition information, help service, exhibit repository entry/exit management system will be implemented. The electronic tags, mobile readers, database, wired/wireless networking system etc. needed to actualize this system will be presented in this exhibition. A variety of computing solutions and products such as biometrics-based identification documents, biometrics authentication server, fingerprint mouse (FINGUS) will be presented.
The filling of the exhibition space with RFID related equipment and solutions can be considered as an effort to be re-born as a company specialized in ubiquitous solutions, based on the know-how and technology accumulated so far from system integration (SI) business.
In particular, future growth businesses pursued by HIT such as BioCenter, a consolidated authentication solution based on fingerprint identification server, biometrics based identification system (SID) utilizing 2-dimensional barcode technology, and FINGUS, a mouse product incorporating fingerprint identification functionality, will be presented.
By successfully completing RFID infrastructure implementation projects which have large pervasive effects on related business, HIT plans to achieve market leadership in ubiquitous contents service market, including domestic and overseas museums, exhibition halls and cultural facilities.