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SAP RFID Technology in the Automotive Industry
SAP RFID Technology in the Automotive Industry. IT Guides and Other Software to Use In Your System for SAP RFID Technology in the Automotive Industry. By using radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, automotive companies can eliminate material shortfalls of containers, which lead to delivery delays and, in the case of time-sensitive shipments, cause production downtime. Manufacturers, suppliers, dealers, and freight forwarders can all benefit by reducing launch and assembly delays resulting from errors in part quantities, types, and locations for containers targeted for production lines.
: SAP RFID Technology in the Automotive Industry SAP RFID Technology in the Automotive Industry Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: By using radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, automotive companies can eliminate material shortfalls of containers, which lead to delivery delays and, in the case of time-sensitive shipments, cause production downtime. Manufacturers, suppliers, dealers, and freight forwarders can all benefit by reducing launch and assembly delays resulting from
10/19/2006 11:21:00 AM
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 Case Study: HP and Wal-Mart RFID Case Study: HP and Wal-Mart Bill McBeath - October 20, 2004 Read Comments Introduction One of the suppliers making strides 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
RFID ... For Customers?
Recently I spoke at the National Retail Federation in the center of retail: New York City! The big buzz this year, no surprise, was about RFID.
: RFID ... For Customers? RFID ... For Customers? Ann Grackin - March 18, 2005 Read Comments Introduction Recently I spoke at the National Retail Federation in the center of retail: New York City! The big buzz this year, no surprise, was about RFID. Since much of the current activity has been focused on logistics—a clear winner as a starting point—we are missing the dialogue on the consumer side of the retail equation—merchandising, and most important, the customer experience. I was pleased to be
RFID Workbench: Understanding the Basics
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
4/11/2006 3:11:00 PM
Retail Technology Experiments at Metro AG » The TEC Blog
new ways of leveraging RFID applications such as RFID-enabled forklifts, Smart Shelves (verifies which goods are currently in stock), meat Smart Coolers (labeled with RFID transponders verifies freshness in packaged meat); and Smart Mirrors (gives customers a detailed explanation of the garment and provides all possible additional information about pricing, discounts, using it in combination with another goods, etc.). Another implemented innovation is one that facilitates communication. For example,
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Active Execution Management--Delivering on the RFID Promise
Active Execution Management captures radio frequency identification (RFID) and electronic product code (EPC) data and integrates it into the supply chain business process. AXM associates individual EPC events (the observation of an EPC tag at an RFID reader) with the supply chain transaction that is currently being executed and then determines if that supply chain transaction is executing as planned. AXM is able to make this determination by comparing key performance indicators of the supply chain transaction with the characteristics of the EPC event. The paper describes multiple business cases, such as promotions management, deductions management, complex international shipments, and spoilage management, and shows how RFID data can be leveraged to improve supply chain performance.
: Execution Management--Delivering on the RFID Promise Active Execution Management--Delivering on the RFID Promise Source: Avicon Document Type: Case Study Description: Active Execution Management captures radio frequency identification (RFID) and electronic product code (EPC) data and integrates it into the supply chain business process. AXM associates individual EPC events (the observation of an EPC tag at an RFID reader) with the supply chain transaction that is currently being executed and then
9/18/2005 10:25:00 PM
ROI for RFID: A Case Study Part Two: Implementation and Results
If companies are to find value in radio frequency identification (RFID), they need to view this technology as more than eliminating the scanning gun from the barcode equation. Companies considering implementing RFID must think beyond the confines of the four walls of the plant and factory in order to take full advantage the benefits that this type of technology has to offer. However, as is with any emerging technology, the bottom line is to only implement RFID when the ROI justifies it.
: for an introduction to RFID technology, statement of the problem it is to solve, and companies involved in implementing it. Not too surprisingly, the implementation plan for RFID is not very different from that an enterprise-wide software implementation project. In fact, while the detailed plan has more the 260 tasks and subtasks, the major phases employed at KiMs were exactly the same as those for an ERP implementation. Specifically, the major phases were Project Planning to include project kickoff,
RFID Case Study: Gillette and ProviaPart 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 lack of integration, since there is a dearth of software tools from enterprise application integration vendors to get data from RFID tags and readers into existing business systems, meaning that companies are often forced to do expensive custom integration work.
: RFID Case Study: Gillette and Provia Part Two: Challenges and Lessons Learned RFID Case Study: Gillette and Provia Part Two: Challenges and Lessons Learned P.J. Jakovljevic - August 4, 2004 Read Comments Challenges Radio frequency identification (RFID) is constantly on everyone s lips and every relevant enterprise application vendor is hedging its bets towards becoming RFID-ready (see RFID—A New Technology Set to Explode? ). Provia Software ( www.provia.com ), a privately-held provider of supply chain
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
Provia Tackles RFID in a Twofold MannerPart Seven: WMS Market Impact
Since the warehouse is no longer merely a static storage facility, it now has to use real time data to closely match supply to demand, eliminate the need to hold excess inventory, and increase the flow of goods throughout the supply chain.
: Provia Tackles RFID in a Twofold Manner Part Seven: WMS Market Impact Provia Tackles RFID in a Twofold Manner Part Seven: WMS Market Impact P.J. Jakovljevic - August 19, 2004 Read Comments WMS Market Impact 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 ,
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