Definition Edit

Geographic location is a

[p]hysical place where a sensor or eUtility operates in, e.g., using RFID to decide where a ‘thing’ actually resides.[1]

Overview Edit

"Note that the operating location may change over time. Note that a sensor's or eUtility's geographic location along with communication channel reliability and data security may affect the dataflow throughout a NoT's workflow in a timely manner. Geographic location determinations may sometimes not be possible. If not possible, the data should be suspect."[2]

References Edit

  1. NIST Special Publication 800-183, at 16.
  2. Id.

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