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Building Radio frequency IDentification solutions for the Global Environment BRIDGE Update CERP Meeting #8 – 19-20 May 2009 Aalborg
© 2008 Project summary A 3 years project 1 July 2006 – 31 August 2009 31 Partners 15 work packages
© 2008 BRIDGE Partners GS1 Global Office (Coordinator) China France Germany Poland Spain UK Labs/ Universities Cambridge ETH Zürich Fudan TUG Graz UPC Barcelona Solution Providers Bénédicta Carrefour gardeur Kaufhof Nestlé UK Northland Sony COVAP (new partner) End users AIDA Centre AT4 wireless BT CAEN Confidex Domino JJ Associates Melior SAP UPM Raflatac Verisign UK 7 5811
© 2008 Building Radio frequency IDentification solutions for the Global Environment WP5: Anti-CounterfeitingWP6: Pharma TraceabilityWP7: Textile industryWP8: ManufacturingWP9: Reusable Asset MgtWP10: Products in Service WP11: Non-Food Item level WP4: Security WP3: Serial-Level Supply Chain Control WP2: Serial-Level Lookup Service WP1: Hardware Development WP12: Training Platform, Courseware & Certification WP13: Dissemination & Adoption Tools Technical Development Business Development Horizontal Activities WP15: Innovation policy and public policy WP14: Project management
© 2008 Update 1/3 Technical work packages Technical Work Packages Hardware development – sensor tags, low costs tags and readers, miniature tags, tags adapted for metal and dielectric objects, high read-rate reader antennas, smart objects (smart shelf) Network – Track and trace analytics framework and discovery services Security - Design of a security framework for the Discovery Service and for other RFID networked services such as the EPCIS
© 2008 Update 2/3 Business Applications Anticounterfeiting – achievable with basic technology Pharma-traceability – interesting results and dissemination website http://bridgewp6.comhttp://bridgewp6.com Manufacturing process – new partner COVAP conducting new pilot Textile industry – Customer survey with positive results Products in services – product recall, paperless warranty and management of purchase records Item level tagging – extension of the textile pilot, books pilot (use of WP1 smart shelf)
© 2008 Update 3/3 Horizontal work packages Training and dissemination New training material available (3 versions: basics, technical advanced, business advanced) New portable Demo available http://discoverrfid.org available in EN, FR, DE, ES, RU and MA. http://discoverrfid.org Data Protection and Privacy Analysis of the pilots (draft PIA) => no issues Work on partners perspective on future applications
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Building Radio frequency IDentification solutions for the Global Environment BRIDGE An RFID project partly funded by the European Commission
Australia Visibility Provides Security Beating the problem of Fraudulent Certificates.
Presenter ： Weitong Jin Internet of Things in Industries.
RFID in Healthcare Presented by Francis DiDonato, RN.
A brief introduction to GRIFS For the CERP meeting 9-10 June 2008 at ETSI visit for more informationwww.grifs-project.eu.
EGov-Bus 1st year review Advanced eGovernment Information Service Bus eGov-Bus, FP6-IST STP 1st Formal Review Meeting , Brussels eGov-Bus.
LOGO Internet of Things UPM E.U.I.T. Diatel Xi Chen
Northern Ireland Smart Specialisation Ciaran McGarrity Innovation Policy DETI.
FP7-ICT sarabandfp7.eu SMART ANTENNA & RADIO FOR ACCESS AND BACKHAUL FOR ADVANCED NETWORK NODES sarabandfp7.eu FP7-ICT PRESENTATION.
RFID and Sensor Networks for Rural Environments Alfio Grasso Deputy Director Auto-ID Lab, ADELAIDE.
Session 4a, 6 May 2009 IST-Africa 2009 Copyright 2009 Digital World Forum Digital World Forum: Low-cost Technologies against the Digital Divide Stéphane.
RFID John Wiley & Sons Inc Higher Education Initiative In conjunction with.
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ILIAS International Conference Budapest 2009 Innovative eLearning Tool for Quality Training Material László Komáromi SZÁMALK / Dennis Gabor Univ. Balázs.
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Advisory Group Wrap-up Richard Jones GM Delivery Service, GS1.
Use of RFID in Shipments between Shore Base Terminals and Oil Platforms in the Gulf of Mexico Yasemin Aksoy Tulane Consortium for Supply Chain Management.
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David A. Olive General Manager, Fujitsu Limited WITSA Public Policy Chairman WITSA Public Policy Meeting Hanoi, Vietnam November 26, 2005 Radio Frequency.
The Future of Standards in the Consumer Goods & Retail Industry Cut costs and meet new consumer needs A view from the industry Cut costs and meet new consumer.
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3 RD EYE INFORMATICS RFID & GPS Based Solution Provider & Technology Consultant W : E :
Miguel A. Lopera, GS1 Global Office CEO GS1 Global Update.
Basics of EPC Training. 2 Introduction Objectives: -Create awareness of the concepts -Develop technical knowledge -Show benefits of implementation -Explain.
29e CONFÉRENCE INTERNATIONALE DES COMMISSAIRES À LA PROTECTION DES DONNÉES ET DE LA VIE PRIVÉE 29 th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF DATA PROTECTION AND PRIVACY.
NFCs Neo-formed contaminants ELC MEETING London, 19-20th april 2007 Prof. Andrés Gavilán President of AFCA.
Cluster for Research Projects on the Internet of Things Dissemination.
Opportunities in M-Commerce Standards & Applications Nour El Kadri University of Ottawa.
GS1 US INITIATIVES UPDATE MARCH 18, GS1 STANDARDS MAKES IT POSSIBLE 2 SAFETYSECURITY VISIBILITYEFFICIENCY COLLABORATION To apply standards to business.
SAFEFOODERA – SSA – integration project Expansion of SAFEFOODERA – Fully integrated or Associated partnership in 12 months.
Regulation models addressing data protection issues in the EU concerning RFID technology Ioannis Iglezakis Assistant Professor in Computers & Law Faculty.
1 Communication on RFID: “steps towards a policy framework” (COM(2007)96 of 15 March 2007) Council of the European Union Working Party on Data Protection.
1 1st China RFID Benchmarking Test Forum & MOU Signing Ceremony Johnson Yim.
RFID and Wine Alfio Grasso Deputy Director Auto-ID Lab, ADELAIDE.
1 14 th May 2008 How can pan-European Public Services Benefit from CIP ICT PSP Pilot on eID Dr. Davorka Šel Ministry of Public Administration SLOVENIA.
Traceability in Healthcare II Vision June/July 2011.
Created by the Community for the Community Building a RFID solution in BTS 09.
EnIRaF (Marie Curie Project): enhanced information retrieval and filtering for analytical systems Ying Ding.
Overview of ONS Requirements and FONS MSWG. ©2008 GS1 EPCglobal What is a ONS? ONS – Object Name Service Based on DNS – Domain Name System, an Internet.
Nanotechnology for preventing counterfeit … you can now fingerprint brand packs Avinash Mandale Global Chief Marketing Officer Bilcare Limited 1 Bilcare.
Fruits & Vegetables GS1 Standards Deployment in Europe Atlanta - 27th March 2014 Klaus Förderer – GS1 Germany Pere Rosell – GS1 Spain.
1 Security-related internal market measures on explosives FEEM AGM, Brussels, 5 June 2013 Julian Foley Desk Officer – Civil explosives and pyrotechnic.
Supply chain visibility with GS1 Geneva, 25 September 2006 Anders Grangard.
Identification & Traceability Solutions for the Industry Development & Integration of Global Traceability Solutions Expert in RFID technology NEUTRAL positioning.
RES-H Policy Background and Objectives of the Project 1. Project Meeting Freiburg, 21 October 2008 Veit Bürger
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