First conceived in 1948, Radio Frequency Identification(RFID) has taken many years for the technology to mature to the point where it is sufficiently affordable and reliable for widespread use. Recently, the most remarkable word is ‘RFID’ in field of information and communication. RFID is evaluated by some technicians as the inevitable replacement for bar codes. Obviously there is considerable work to be undertaken before RFID becomes as pervasive as bar codes although the tempo of change is increasing rapidly. And now RFID tags are starting to show up in some retail stores and gaining acceptance in for use in supply chain management. RFID systems have become very popular in many service industries, purchasing and distribution logistics, industry, manufacturing companies and material flow systems, automated identification and supply chain applications.
This thesis describes the technical fundamentals of RFID systems and the associated standards. Specifically, this thesis proposes a model applicable to management system for theme park using RFID, and implements test bed based on the proposed model. When visitors enter theme park or buy foods and drinks in the store, they use RFID tag instead of ticket, money or credit card. Also this system provides realtime monitoring situation of the theme park for a number of visitors through amusement equipment, time, sex and a total income in theme park and store.