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2 上海交通大学 自动化系





7 Case : Cool-Chain of RFID

8 Panalpina Monitors Cold Chain Network Using RFID Sensors



11 Cool chain ?

12 What is cool chain? COOL CHAIN is a logistic system that provides a series of facilities for maintaining ideal storage conditions for perishables from the point of origin to the point of consumption in the food supply chain.

13 The field level The customer level

14 A well organized cool chain can reduces spoilage retains the quality of the harvested products guarantees a cost efficient delivery to the consumer

15 Constitution If any of the links is missing, the whole system fails.

16 The components of cool chain The pre-cooling facilities The cold storages

17 Carriers Packaging Warehouse

18 Information Management systems

19 Objective Several food temperature levels for many kinds of food The success of implementing cool chain management involves: continual monitoring of product temperature throughout distribution having appropriate corrective action plans in place

20 The objective of cool chain Reduce costs Improve product integrity

21 Increase customer satisfaction RFID?


23 Principle of RFID What is RFID ? R: Raido F: Frequency ID: Identification Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a rapidly growing technology that has the potential to make great economic impacts on many industries. RFID is a low-cost, practical way to identify and keep track of almost anything from wildlife to goods in a warehouse. The technology centers on electronic "tags" which store data and respond to a radio frequency reader device.

24 RFID TAG An RFID tag is an electronic device about the size of a grain of rice. The tag contains an antenna and a microchip with data storage. RFID READER An RFID reader combines the functions of radio transmitter, receiver and data interface. The transmitter activates the tag, the receiver reads the tag's response and the interface passes information along to a computer or other equipment. A basic RFID system consists of three components An antenna or coil A transceiver (with decoder) A transponder (RF tag)

25 Category of RFID Passive transponders and RFID tags have no energy source of their own, relying on the energy given off by the reader for the power to respond. An active transponder or tag has an internal power source, which it uses to generate a signal in response to a reader. Passive & Active

26 Far Field & Near Field Near-Field However, near-field communication has some physical limitations. The range for which we can use magnetic induction approximates to c/2πf, where c is a constant

27 Far-Field A far-field system’s range is limited by the amount of energy that reaches the tag from the reader and by how sensitive the reader’s radio receiver is to the reflected signal.

28 So happy~!


30 Tell You the Truth RFID: will greatly improve the efficiency of logistics has huge potential for cold chain area in China A Bright Future ??

31 About Problems A lot of cost Privacy and security issues Different standardization in cold chain

32 About Methods

33 About the Future our cold chain industry of RFID will have a bright future. Witch timeis Over

34 About Methods five cents label Break the technical problem Increase the cost of production Relying on the government macroeconomic regulation and control

35 About Methods Solve the problem of safety. The fundamental solution : killing tag, electronic shielding and so on

36 About Methods Formulate local standards Let enterprises barrier- free in cooperation and communication Give full play to the function of RFID technology in cold chain logistics.

37 Thank you !

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