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RFID BASED CONVEYOR BELT
Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is widely used in supply chain management as a means of monitoring physical goods and assets. For large warehouses with tens of thousands of physical goods entering and leaving each day,the process of collecting RFID tag IDs is highly automated through the use of conveyor belts. Once goods are placed onto a conveyor belt, they move along on a fixed path at a constan speed until they are read by RFID readers carefully placed along the conveyor...
Storeroom Operations - another way to connect the MRO supply chain
The supply chain works best when it all works together. And it all manifests in the storeroom. VP of Field Operations, Jeremy Jordan, shows us how SDI uses RFID point-of-use vending, mobile applications, and Six Sigma methodologies to bring our clients' storerooms up to Best-in-Class.
The RFID Revolution
Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) is poised to replace bar-codes as the primary means of tracking and inventorying pallets and cases in the commercial supply chain. The uses of this technology, however, extend far beyond the supply chain, and RFID will soon become an integral part of our everyday lives. In this talk, CSE lecturer, Chris Diorio, will describe the fundamentals of RFID technology, the reasons for its impending adoption, the many benefits and looming issues, how it may impact...
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RFID - Technology
Video that details the use of RFID technologies in the supply chain and is produced by Metro Group.
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Brady: Full RFID Solution
Brady: The RFID Integrated Label Solution
When it comes to the complex global supply chain of the aerospace industry, you need RFID integrated labels you can rely on. Labels that give you improved visibility, accuracy and traceability across your suppliers, manufacturers and repair organizations.
This video shows you just what Brady’s ultra-light-weight, flexible, and durable RFID integrated label tags have to offer.
From: Brady North America
PortalTrack - Supply Chain RFID System
PortalTrack® is an RFID customized software component that drives real-time access to the information passed through Active and Passive RFID systems. Designed on a scalable platform, PortalTrack® solutions integrate into a variety of host systems and work with the latest hardware technologies. PortalTrack® has powered innovative solutions in a variety of industries including manufacturing, healthcare, logistics and retail. Through cloud-based and Internet of Things (IoT) architecture,...
From: MSM Solutions
The Hong Kong R&D Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management Enabling Technologies
The Hong Kong R&D Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management Enabling Technologies (LSCM R&D Centre) was founded in 2006 with funding from the Innovation and Technology Commission of the HKSAR Government. Since its inception, the LSCM R&D Centre's mission has been to foster the development of core competencies in logistics and supply chain related technologies, such as Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), and to facilitate the adoption of these technologies by industries in Hong Kong...
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Director of MITΓÇÖs Auto-ID Laboratory and a professor of Information Engineering
This talk will focus on the problems of bringing real time visibility to physical objects by using active and passive RFID. The use of RFID technology to track products through the supply chain was promoted by MITΓÇÖs Auto-ID Center and the concept of the 5 cent tag encouraged companies such as Wall*Mart and Gillette to spearhead RFID adoption. However, to be useful in a supply chain we need to be able to answer the questions of What (Identity), When (timestamp), Where (location) and Why...
From: Microsoft Research