RFID in Society (external) (completed)
About the project
Description from the project blog:
"The project RFID in Society, funded by the Norwegian Research Council (NRC) under the Verdikt programme, seek to establish a research-based analytical framework that can be used to understand and explore RFID/IoT opportunities and challenges in an integrated manner. The project will further develop into a methodology for studying future innovations and potential consequences (opportunities and obstacles), both on a micro (individual) and macro (societal) level. The framework will be limited to innovations that somehow involve interaction between people, products and social environments. Such an approach to RFID and IoT innovation does not exist in Norway, and appears internationally only in separate and fragmented research, and where theoretical and methodological emphasis and rigidity is limited."
RFID in Society is an external project, administered by SIFO. The TIK contribution came through professor Kristin Asdal and postdoctoral fellow Stefanie Jenssen. For further details, see the project blog.
SIFO administers RFID in Society, and participates in cooperation with TIK, SNF - NHH, and IMK - UiO. The project is planned to finish within June 2016.