Welcome to SERAMIS

The growing interest in RFID technology in recent years has sparked an intensive debate on the benefits to be expected. With the growth of RFID implementations in size and scope comes a shift away from infrastructural aspects to the question of how to draw value from the large amounts of collected data. However, the necessary procedures for the handling of massive RFID data sets are still an under-researched issue. Against this background, the objective of the SERAMIS project is to push the boundaries of current RFID implementations, thus turning them into powerful tools for intelligent information management.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 612052.

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Latest News

First SERAMIS Newsletter in 2017

With our newsletter, we wish to inform you about the progress and results of the SERAMIS project, as well as provide global RFID research and development news… Read more.

European Survey on RFID technology

ELTRUN E-Business Research Centre1 of Athens University of Economics and Business conducted a survey in 2014 under the auspices of “RFID in Europe”… Read more.

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Workshop “RFID for fashion”

On Thursday 12th November, more than a hundred people gathered in Parma (Italy) for the RFID 4 fashion event… Read more.

Best Paper Award for SERAMIS

SERAMIS research from the RFID Lab of the University of Parma has been awarded with the “Best Paper Award” at the “XX Summer School in Industrial and Mechanical Plants Francesco Turco”, that was held in in Naples last September. … Read more.

Best of RFID publications

We want to draw your attention to our selection of best RFID articles… Read more.


According to the needs of the industry partners and the state-of-the-art use cases that RFID infrastructure can enable in the retail industry, the SERAMIS system will focus on two categories of RFID-enabled use cases… Read more.