RFID: Opportunities and Challenges

RFID: Opportunities and Challenges


Tracking and tracing your assets, materials and products.

9 March 2005 (14-21)
Location: Sofitel Diegem (Diegem near Brussels (Belgium))
Presented in English
Price: 480 EUR (excl. 21% VAT)
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Full Programme:
13.30h-14.00h
Registration, Coffee/Tea and Croissants
14.00h-14.10h
Introduction/keynote
(Edwin Birnbaum, CEO, Clarity Advisers)
  • Overview and short history of identification and tracking technologies
  • How does RFID relate to other technologies?
  • Strategic choices to be made
14.10h-15.00h
How is RFID being leveraged?
(Edwin Birnbaum)
  • Internal business case
  • External business case
  • What is unique about RFID ?
15.00h-15.45h
Technology (part I)
(Edwin Birnbaum)
  • Type of tags:
    • Classes: active-passive; read-write versus read only
    • Frequency choice
  • Considerations for tag attachments
  • Type of Readers:
    • Fork lift truck based
    • Dock doors
    • Portals
    • Conveyor belt
    • Handheld, ...
  • Antenna's

15.45h-16.15h
Coffee/Tea

16.15h-16.45h
Standards and regulations (part II)
(Edwin Birnbaum)

  • Standards: ISO versus EPCGlobal
  • Tag Protocol
  • Data content
  • Radio regulations by region
  • Health and safety
  • Regulatory Mandates (Pharmaceuticals, Shipping, ...)
  • Privacy issues
16.45h-17.15h
Software Solutions
(Edwin Birnbaum)
  • Global Data Synchronisation
  • Generic Architecture
  • EPCGlobal architecture: Savant, ONS, PML
  • Integration with applications
17.15h-17.30h
Application Integration
(Edwin Birnbaum)
  • What is Application Integration (in RFID context)?
  • Typical problems encountered.
  • The business case for Application Integration: what do you use the data for?
17.30h-18.15h
Case study: NBD/Biblion
(Maarten Tiebout, Project Manager)
  • NBD/Biblion is the central purchase organisation for Dutch public libraries. After having tested and piloted RFID, NBD/Biblion decided in September 2003 to provide all new books with RFID labels. The libraries are using RFID technology for registration, security, inventory-keeping and to enable self-service.
  • Maarten Tiebout gives an overview of the project: requirement gathering, selection, pilot projects and roll-out.
18.15h-19.15h
Dinner
19.15h-19.45h
Key lessons learned from previous implementations
(Edwin Birnbaum)
  • Issues with
    • Suppliers
    • Tags
    • Readers
    • Software
    • Integration
    • Processes
19.45h-20.15h
Industry overview
(Edwin Birnbaum)
  • User mandates and expected timing
  • Supplier overview: chips, tags, readers, software, integration, and consultants
20.15h-20.45h
Next steps
(Edwin Birnbaum)
  • Stages of a successful deployment
  • When to start
  • How to start
  • When to deploy
  • When is the right time to invest
20.45h-21.00h
Roundup of this seminar, Conclusions & Summary, Final Questions and Answers
21.00h
End of this seminar
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