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SAP RFID Technology in the Automotive Industry
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RFID - Myth versus Reality
The hype around the adoption of RFID as the 'hot new technology' continues. The reality is that RFID, despite the fact that this is a relatively mature technology, is still far from mainstream.
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RFID Workbench: Understanding the Basics. Find RFP Templates to Define Your Acquisition In Relation To RFID Workbench. Radio frequency identification (RFID) helps actualize the perfect integration of logistical and commercial chains and its use is rising in the US and Europe among large companies; government departments; and industries. Setting up RFID requires a validation test on a defined perimeter that involves the processes that have the most direct impact on your activity to see how RFID will affect your environment.
: RFID Workbench: Understanding the Basics RFID Workbench: Understanding the Basics Source: SEEBURGER Document Type: White Paper Description: Radio frequency identification (RFID) helps actualize the perfect integration of logistical and commercial chains and its use is rising in the US and Europe among large companies; government departments; and industries. Setting up RFID requires a validation test on a defined perimeter that involves the processes that have the most direct impact on your activity to see
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RFID Architecture Strategy
RFID Architecture Strategy.Secure Documents and Other Software to Use In Your Dynamic System of RFID Architecture Strategy. Early adopters of radio frequency identification (RFID) are beginning to look at enterprise scale solution design and integration are emerging as key focus areas. Infosys has designed an optimal RFID architecture strategy based on lessons learnt from early adopters and Infosys experience in providing real time control and data acquisition solutions in the telecom and process control industries.
: RFID Architecture Strategy RFID Architecture Strategy Source: Infosys Technologies Document Type: Case Study Description: Early adopters of radio frequency identification (RFID) are beginning to look at enterprise scale solution design and integration are emerging as key focus areas. Infosys has designed an optimal RFID architecture strategy based on lessons learnt from early adopters and Infosys experience in providing real time control and data acquisition solutions in the telecom and process control
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RFID RFP Template
: Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) RFP Template covers industry-standard functional criteria of RFID that can help you easily gather and prioritize your business needs in a simple and categorized excel document. More than a RFP template, it is a working document that serves as a knowledge base reference throughout the life-span of your RFID software project. Includes: Tags and Data Storage Devices, Readers, Interrogation Equipment, and Printers, Wireless Hubs and Edge Servers, Application Network, Application Technology
RFID Case Study: Gillette and ProviaPart One: Background
The goal of the pilot project was not to see whether RFID tags on pallets and cases could be read automatically (although one should not assume that it is easy to achieve), but rather to develop or improve the systems and business processes needed to sustain higher levels of efficiency and productivity.
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: people don t realize that RFID has been used in various applications for more than 60 years. The vast majority of these were closed loop applications using active tags (think big, relatively expensive, reusable tags). But now the theme is worldwide open-ended applications of auto-id. Tagged products move across the end-to-end supply chain without the tags being returned to the source. Several enablers are needed to make this open-ended vision work: very small, very inexpensive (i.e., disposable) tags. To
Supply Chain RFID: How It Works and Why It Pays
For manufacturers, improving internal processes and supply chain responsiveness can help maintain profitability. That is why many are tuning into radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. With RFID, the benefits are immediate throughout the supply chain, and organizations that take the time to understand its capabilities and limitations can increase their inventory visibility while streamlining their operations.
: Supply Chain RFID: How It Works and Why It Pays Supply Chain RFID: How It Works and Why It Pays Source: Intermec Document Type: White Paper Description: For manufacturers, improving internal processes and supply chain responsiveness can help maintain profitability. That is why many are tuning into radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. With RFID, the benefits are immediate throughout the supply chain, and organizations that take the time to understand its capabilities and limitations can
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Case Study: Metrolina Greenhouses
Customer Success. Download IT Research White Papers Linked To the Customer Success. For years, Sage MAS 90 ERP served Metrolina Greenhouses well as its accounting and distribution solution. But continued growth and expansion led it to seek a comprehensive warehouse management solution (WMS), to incorporate materials requirement planning (MRP) procedures and radio frequency identification (RFID) for better planning and control. Metrolina discovered Sage MAS 500 had the MRP software it needed. Learn more.
: Planning) procedures and implement RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) for better planning and control. The company evaluated Microsoft Dynamics NAV and SAP before deciding on Sage MAS 500. Sage MAS 500 had the strongest MRP module, Childers says. Combine that with our positive experiences with Sage MAS 90 and our Sage Software business partner and the deal was sealed. Accurately Plan for Demand One of the most important objectives for Metrolina Greenhouses was to streamline its production
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ROI for RFID: A Case StudyPart One: Company Background
Radio frequency identification (RFID) is the latest buzzword in the world of manufacturing and distribution technology. If you believe the press releases, it is a panacea and cure-all for what ails the industry. While RFID may not solve world hunger, you may not want to propose a solution without it. This research note looks at a recent and successful, implementation of RFID, examining the characteristics of the process and common obstacles and speed bumps to avoid.
: and product platforms. Specifically, RFID tags are small integrated circuits connected to an antenna, which can respond to an interrogating RF signal with simple identifying information, or with more complex signals depending on the size of the integrated circuit. RFID has advantages over bar codes such as the ability to hold more data and to change the stored data as processing occurs. Additional benefits are that RFID does not require line-of-sight to transfer data and is very effective in harsh
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As major retailers increase their share of the market and exploit technology for business process improvement, consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturers risk losing ground in the market place, if they cannot meet retailers demands for compliance.
: No one doubts that RFID will be an absolute requirement in the future; the issue is not if, but when. However, RFID is just one element of a continuing process on the part of the retailers to drive cost out of the supply chain. Other elements have included electronic document interchange (EDI) and more recently, UCCNet, a global repository where enterprises register item data and share standardized, synchronized supply chain information. Together, these technology driven requirements represent an
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