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ItemSense API Reference

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ItemSense is a software platform that aggregates and transforms torrents of raw RAIN RFID data into real-time, business-driven Item Intelligence.

The platform provides REST APIs for user and system configuration, and item query; as well as an AMQP interface for item events, customizable for the application’s business logic.

The basic flow through the APIs is as follows:

  • Users are authenticated either by HTTP basic authentication, or token-based authentication.
  • After this, the configuration of the system consists of specifying Reader Definitions, and associated Reader Configurations. One configuration can be used for many readers.
  • Readers (and the items that they identify and locate) can be associated with a Facility. Multiple facilities can be managed by a single ItemSense instance. The physical space of a facility can be partitioned into logical zones, using a ZoneMap.
  • A Recipe specifies the association between the readers and their configurations. Many readers can share the same configuration.
  • Jobs start and stop recipes.
  • Once the readers and their configurations have been specified, and a job has started within a facility, information about the Items can be returned, either via the REST Item and ItemHistory API, or by configuring and subscribing to a Message Queue.

 

The following diagram shows the REST endpoints in relation to each other.

API Context Diagram


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Impinj (NASDAQ: PI) wirelessly connects billions of everyday items such as apparel, medical supplies, and automobile parts to consumer and business applications such as inventory management, patient safety, and asset tracking. The Impinj platform uses RAIN RFID, delivering information about items to the digital world and enabling the Internet of Things.