Army Logistician (RFID Vision in the DOD Supply Chain)

RFID Vision in the DOD

Supply Chain

by Alan F. Estevez

The Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Supply Chain Integration believes that the real value of RFID lies not in what it can do today but in what it will do in the future.

Today's U.S. military is a dynamic, rapidly moving force that is designed to be...

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Date: 2005-06-30 16:38:51
Website: http://www.almc.army.mil

Related topics : improvement of supply chain performances using rfid technology / achieving supply chain integration using rfid technology / difference between passive and active rfid tags technology / passive rfid tag uses / passive and active rfid technology

DOD Releases Final RFID Policy - Page 1 - RFID Journal

The U.S. Department of Defense has issued its final policy guidelines regarding requirements for suppliers to put RFID tags on shipments of pallets, cases and high-value individual items.

By Mark Roberti

Aug 09, 2004--The U.S. Department of Defense has published its final policy guidelines for the use of both passive and active RFID tags within its supply chain. The requirements for suppliers...

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Website: rfidjournal.com

Related topics : epc class 1 passive rfid tags / dod passive rfid tags / passive rfid tag uses / dod active rfid tags / passive rfid tag read range

PPT - DoD RFID Policy Update November 17, 2004 PowerPoint ...

Loose/Broken picks are processed using a similar method.

Overhead scanner read the passive RFID tag.

Full cases are directed via passive RFID and placed on the conveyer.

Cases are sorted according to the pallet indicated. Readers at palletization stations read the passive RFID as the cases are being palletized. Items/Cases are aggregated to the pallet.

Loose Picks

Passive RFID enabled pallet...

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Website: http://www.slideserve.com

Related topics : rfid active reader passive tag / printing passive rfid tags / active and passive rfid tags / passive rfid tag uses / passive rfid tag and reader