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RFID Case Study: HP and Wal-Mart
HP is making strides in complying with Wal-Mart's RFID mandates. This article describes the key lessons learned.

rfid printer  in complying with Wal-Mart's RFID mandates is HP. We can all learn some lessons from the experience of these kinds of supplier programs. The Pilot In early May, 2004, Hewlett Packard began shipping EPC-tagged printers and scanners to Wal-Mart's Dallas/Fort Worth distribution center as one of eight suppliers in Wal-Mart's initial trials. HP expects to ship its entire range of consumer products sold through Wal-Mart many weeks before the January 2005 deadline. At HP's Memphis manufacturing plant, tags are Read More...
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Provia Tackles RFID in a Twofold Manner Part Two: RFID Compliance
Provia's approach to radio frequency identification (RFID) compliance was to offer a bolt-on or drop-in product that works in conjunction with a company's

rfid printer  companies create applications of RFID technology within their own environments, and Smart Label Pilot Printer , which helps companies migrate from a development environment to RFID pilot activities. Printronix was reportedly the first manufacturer with an ultra high frequency (UHF), class one smart label solution available commercially to help Wal-Mart, the DoD, their suppliers and other retailers conform to RFID specifications. This concludes Part Two of an eight-part note. Parts One through Five detail Read More...
Taking Stock of TAKE Supply Chain Solutions - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series introduced TAKE Supply Chain, a supply chain management (SCM) division of TAKE Solutions, Ltd. The parent TAKE Solutions is a global

rfid printer  its customers for the RFID technology). With its Gemini solutions, TAKE Supply Chain has been able to rapidly deliver new custom-like execution solutions as standard supported products with an upgrade path, which is an attractive alternative to traditional cumbersome customizations and integrations. Moreover, the product’s architecture provides an ability to enable industry-specific solutions without modifications to the base ERP systems. Additionally, the vendor now provides embedded  voice Read More...
At Last-A Complete (and Successful) RFID Implementation
A radio frequency identification implementation is a major undertaking for any organization—a project with ample risk of failure. This entire series is a step

rfid printer  radio frequencies within the RFID system. AEN is radio and microwave interference created by existing electrical and other radio equipment. Auto-ID, AIDC : Automatic identification ; usually automatic information data capture done by some type of electronic equipment, such as a scanner, a biometric pad, a camera, etc. Backscatter : Backscatter refers to electromagnetic waves that are reflected off and propagated away from an object. BI system : Business intelligence system; usually contains all corporate Read More...
RFID Case Study: Gillette and Provia Part Two: Challenges and Lessons Learned
Compliance with the market RFID mandate has unfortunately preceded the achievements of applied physics and computer science. One of the main obstacles is the

rfid printer  which helps companies create RFID technology applications within their own environments, and Smart Label Pilot Printer , which helps companies migrate from a development environment to RFID pilot activities. Printronix was reportedly the first manufacturer with an ultra high frequency (UHF), Class One smart label solution available commercially to help Wal-Mart, the DoD, their suppliers, and other retailers conform to RFID specifications. This way, Provia and its Viastore parent represent an over $100 Read More...
Provia Tackles RFID in a Twofold Manner Part Five: 3PL Support and SCE Optimization
FourSite 4.4 is an upgrade of its fulfillment solution oriented towards third party logistics (3PL) providers. ViaOptimize, is an advanced step for companies

rfid printer  Tackles RFID in a Twofold Manner Part Five: 3PL Support and SCE Optimization FourSite 4.4 These days when radio frequency identification (RFID) is constantly on everyone's lips, and when every relevant enterprise application vendor is hedging its bets towards becoming RFID-ready or is even convincing the market that its RFID-compliant solution is exactly what the doctor (such as, Wal-Mart , Target , Albertsons , and the US Department of Defense [ DoD ]) ordered, the typically quiet Provia Software ( Read More...
RFID--A New Technology Set to Explode? Part Two: Early Adopters, Challenges, and User Recommendations
Radio frequency identification or RFID has a potential of becoming a new technology inflection point. It can be a missing piece in the long-lasting puzzle of

rfid printer  Group decided to make RFID tags a key part of their logistics. To that end, Wal-Mart has recently instructed its top one hundred suppliers that it expects RFID transmitters on all pallets and cases starting January 2005, although there indications that the deadline will be delayed for a few months at least. Namely, as the world's largest retailer, with over 5,000 outlets worldwide, Wal-Mart currently uses traditional bar-coding and UPCs ( unique product codes ) to identify items and cases and pallets of Read More...
A Buyer's Guide to the Auto-ID Enabled Supply Chain
This radio frequency identification (RFID) buyer's guide from Raftar Corpo. is a resource for medical device companies with plans to evaluate or deploy RFID

rfid printer  to evaluate or deploy RFID technology. It includes assessment models for making design and selection decisions about process improvement benchmarks, the system components and cost for a solution, technical evaluation criteria, and questions to include in a request for information (RFI). Read More...
RFID Basics for Retailers
Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology has retailers talking. The reason: RFID helps reduce labor and improves the ability to gather data. Retailers

rfid printer  retailers talking. The reason: RFID helps reduce labor and improves the ability to gather data. Retailers can use this data to make positive changes to business processes, which can be tremendously advantageous for them. With careful planning, an RFID system can provide immediate benefits, as well as long-term competitive and total cost of ownership advantages. Read More...
Provia Tackles RFID in a Twofold Manner Part One: Recent Annoucements
The fact that the size does not necessarily mean everything in the enterprise applications space might be proven by Provia, which certainly still continues to

rfid printer  Tackles RFID in a Twofold Manner Part One: Recent Annoucements Event Summary These days when radio frequency identification (RFID) is constantly on everyone's lips, and when every relevant enterprise application vendor is hedging its bets towards becoming RFID-ready or is convincing the market that its RFID-compliant solution is exactly what the doctor (such as Wal-Mart , Target , Albertsons , and the US Department of Defense [ DoD ]) has ordered, typically quiet Provia Software ( www.provia.com ), Read More...
Will Recent Acquisition Catalyze Catalyst’s Strategy? Part Two: Current Strategy
Catalyst is one of the first supply chain execution suppliers to offer both the

rfid printer  Management, Yard Management, Intelligent RFID [iRFID] , and SAP LES modules), and 3) Resource Suite (consisting of the Labor Management, Simulation, SAP Task and Resource Management [TRM] , and SAPConsole modules). SAPConsole is a native radio frequency (RF) data collection application for SAP R/3 and mySAP Enterprise Suite , which SAP users already own as part of the suites. Catalyst has extended SAPConsole's functionality with enhanced transactions for use throughout the entire enterprise. A collection Read More...
RFID Implementation: Moving Forward through the Four Phases
Implementation of a radio frequency identification system is best approached in four phases to ensure its success. Discussed here are the second and third

rfid printer  Test and Validation Since RFID is uncharted territory for many organizations, deployment represents a long journey. Best practices indicate that organizations involve an experienced person who understands existing operations, systems, and processes. As a provisionary measure, someone with additional expertise in interpreting data, which provides value to the supply chain part of the business, should be also engaged. Usually a business analyst that can configure, interpret, and modify the system for Read More...
Are You Tuned into Radio Frequency Identification?
This article examines the organizational fit of radio frequency identification (RFID) and its technology’s basic mechanics. Its prohibitive costs often account

rfid printer  the overall effectiveness of RFID technology and how it relates to an organization's business. Navigating through a complicated new system that requires its own hardware, software, and infrastructure is a daunting mission. Given the complexities of evolving standards, converting today's bar codes into tomorrow's electronic product codes (EPCs), and the prospects of how all of this changes the way a company functions, it is understandable why organizations may take a long look before making the leap to Read More...
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
Radio frequency identification (RFID) criteria cover tags and storage devices, readers, wireless hubs and servers, and the middleware necessary for

rfid printer  necessary for evaluating an RFID system deployment. RFID systems are used in different situations that require the tracking of unique items. RFID tags, in the context of enterprise resource planning and supply chain management, make items visible from manufacturing through distribution. RFID tags may be used to carry basic information such as an address, to more complex information used at different stages of an assembly line. Read More...

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