The increasing availability of sophisticated mobile network appliances, such as smartphones and PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants), jointly with the maturity and cost-effectiveness of Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) technology, allow the rapid development of smart environments. This can dramatically increase the users experience enabling new interaction models. In this perspective, we present a framework to deploy RFID-driven smart environments to provide ad-hoc and personalized contents, to visitors in cultural settings (e.g., museums). The work showcases the architectural choices, from both the viewpoint of the needed hardware and the related interaction paradigm. Lastly, it also presents a preliminary performance evaluation to quantify the produced network traffic.
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