The Auto-ID Labs produce research results in the forms of (a) Auto-ID Labs White Papers, (b) academic publications, (c) demonstrators / pilots, (d) software packages such as simulation tools, (e) presentations at workshops, and (f) tacit knowledge within its research partners. During the Auto-ID Center years (1999-2003) we produced more than 110 Auto-ID Center research papers. They form the basis for today’s Internet of Things. The websites of the Auto-ID Labs and EPCglobal provide access to the Auto-ID Center papers.
As Auto-ID Labs we have produced more than 70 Auto-ID Lab White Papers. Some of them have already been published in well-known academic and management oriented journals and thus help to convey our thinking. All white papers can be accessed through the external query interface
Trend Research 2018-2019 Identifying opportunities for GS1 to address today’s industry challenges [PDF] 2018
Huebner, J., Ilic, A., Too Sensitive to Share? Working with Consumers’ Credit Card Transactions, CHI 2018. [PDF]
Huebner, J., Frey, R.M., Ammendola, C., Fleisch, E., Ilic, A., What People Like in Mobile Finance Apps – An Analysis of User Reviews, MUM 2018. [PDF]
Fuchs, K., Frey, R.M., Ilic, A., Assessing exposure factors in the smartphone generation: Design and Evaluation of a smartphone app that collects use patterns of cosmetics and household chemicals, Journal Of Food and Chemical Toxicology.
Huebner, J., Fuchs, K., Ilic, A., Preventing Over-Spending: Increasing Salience of Credit Card Payments through Smartphone Interventions, MKWI 2018. [PDF]
Fuchs, K., Vuckovac, D., Ilic, A., Automation of Data Collection in diet-related mHealth: a Review of Publicly Available and Well-Adopted Apps, ICTC IEEE 2018. [PDF]
Ilic, A., Frey, R.M., Vuckovac, D., Fuchs, K., Huebner, J., Fleisch, E., Year in Review 2017, Auto-ID Labs ETH/HSG Annual Report. [PDF]