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© 2004 Precisia, LLC Printing and RFID Tags: Lower Costs, Greater Flexibility, Broader Use Dan Lawrence Director of Technology and Commercialization
© 2004 Precisia, LLC Family Owned Founded in 1920 Sales ~$1.5 B /year 2 nd Largest, Largest US 150 Sites Worldwide 5000 Employees Flint Ink Ann Arbor, Michigan
© 2004 Precisia, LLC Precisia, LLC Launched in 2003 Wholly-owned subsidiary of Flint Ink Global reach and capabilities Conductive and advanced printing inks Printed electronics applications State-of-the art facility for prototyping, testing, commercialization
© 2004 Precisia, LLC Radio Frequency IDentification in the Supply Chain 1)Applied Labels 2)Placed Inlays 3)Part of Packages
© 2004 Precisia, LLC Printed Antenna Whether Inlay, Label, or Integrated with packaging, a printed antenna can contribute to higher speeds and lower costs; while meeting performance requirements 902-928 MHz
© 2004 Precisia, LLC Consumer Product Factory Distribution/Retail Where to add function? Packaging Plant RFID or Label Converter Tag Cost* Value Integration Path A B * Capital cost to be determined Slap and ship
© 2004 Precisia, LLC Factory Retail Distribution How can RFID reduce shrinkage? Cumulative Shrinkage Incidents of Shrinkage Supply Chain Shipping
© 2004 Precisia, LLC Frequency Coupling Relative Range Relative Cost 125 kHz CapacitiveN/A (100%) 1-25% 125 kHz InductiveN/A N/A 13.56 MHz Inductive10-25% 30-50% 850-950 MHz Backscatter75-100%+ 20-70% 2.45 GHz BackscatterTBD TBD Printed Antenna Relative to Solid Metal 125 kHz Capacitive (Motorola’s Bistatix) 915 MHz UHF (Impinj Design) 13.56 MHz HF (generic coil)
© 2004 Precisia, LLC UHF/ Backscatter [850-950, 2450 MHz] Simple, potentially inexpensive Printable antenna Substantial read range, depending on design and environment Logistic Tag Designs Matrics Alien Printed Antenna Example: Impinj
© 2004 Precisia, LLC “?” People Metal Liquids Attaining Highest Visibility
© 2004 Precisia, LLC Retail Consumer RFID Protocols can provide the same level of privacy already available in the marketplace Privacy and Tracking Preferred Customer Card Surveillance Physical Observation Waste Stream Analysis Bar Code/Credit Card Voluntary Tag Disablement
© 2004 Precisia, LLC Versatility of Printing Attenuation of Printed Antenna Lowest Common Denominator Frequency Common Global Logistic Frequency Range Reader Antenna Testing Compliance Specifications Closing Comments
Mobile Computing and Commerce And Pervasive Computing
John Bohman, VP Customer Operations,
Introduction to TAGSYS Dr Charles Boyer General Manager Were not just in RFID, we are RFID!
Part 1: Basic Fashion and Business Concepts
Bringing the Voice of the Consumer Into Your Supply Chain Jake Barr Director, Consumer Driven Supply Network Global Mfg, Planning & Logistics The Procter.
RuBee Andrew Giles An alternative to RFID? ● What is RuBee? ● The differences between RuBee and RFID. ● Applications that could benefit from.
Express Stores Reducing Shoplifting. The Problem What can Express #892 do to reduce shoplifting?
RFID – Lessons Learned July 22, 2004 Russ Brown. Agenda vRFID Basics vRFID Vision vRFID Upside vRFID Concerns vRFID Lessons Learned vRFID Future State.
1 FCC RFID Workshop RFID Discussions September 7, 2004 Kevin Powell, Symbol Technologies.
Timo Kasper Crete, Greece May 10, 2007 An Embedded System for Practical Security Analysis of Contactless Smartcards Timo Kasper, Dario Carluccio and Christof.
© 2005 LXE All rights reserved. RF-ID in Industrial Logistics Danny Mariën – LXE Belgium.
Groups 23 & 24. What is it? Radio frequency identification Small electronic device consisting of a microchip or antenna containing up to 2 KB of data.
RFID Technology RFID stands for radio frequency identification. This technology allows transmission of data between a transponder and a reader on a contactless.
RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION By Basia Korel. Automatic Identification Technology for identifying items Three step process 1) Identify people/objects.
Radio frequency identification technology (RFID) Dominic Payne Janna Thomson Kevin Mackay.
RFID Cow Jewelry – or – Revolution Travis Sparks
Abstract Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is an emerging technology, which promises to advance the modern industrial practices in object identification.
Lecture Notes #7 Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
Confidential 1 Strategies for RFID Success. confidential 2 What is Driving RFID?
Overview of RFID System Characteristics Operating Frequency Method of Coupling Transmission Range Data Storage Capacity Power Supply (Active, Passive)
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