Presentation on theme: "Henri Barthel Sophia Antipolis, 30 April 2010. History 1990: Bar coding and horizontal applications 2002: AIDC Technologies 2009: Re-launch of CEN/TC225."— Presentation transcript:
Henri Barthel Sophia Antipolis, 30 April 2010
History 1990: Bar coding and horizontal applications 2002: AIDC Technologies 2009: Re-launch of CEN/TC225 Scope The scope of CEN/TC 225 is standardization of data carriers for items using automatic identification and data capture (AIDC), of the data element architecture therefore, of the necessary test specifications and of technical features for the harmonization of cross-sector applications.
CEN/TC 225 takes account of the technical specifications, standards and regulations currently available or being prepared at international levels, in particular the technical work in ISO/IEC JTC1/SC31 (AIDC techniques) and ISO TC 122 (Packaging). Until April 2009: CEN/TC225 basically dormant (SC31 absorbed early European work on bar code standards) CEN/TC225 transposed some JTC1 SC31 conformance standards into Europeans standards to ensure a uniform level of implementation across Europe. All other standards were left to the individual European National Bodies to decide the basis on which to adopt the ISO standards at the national level.
Structure Working Group 1 Optical Readable Media Working Group 3 Security and Data Structure Working Group 4 Automatic ID Applications Working Group 5 RFID, RTLS and on board sensors: Membership All CEN members ANEC (European consumers) is one of the liaisons
Pre-adoption of a potential new work item on RFID emblem (document N1004). Establish an ad-hoc group to submit a proposal for a revised business plan.
1) Phase 2 activities on RFID standardization activities within the ESOs 2) The Future Internet and Internet of Things/Services 3) Globally Unique IDs for objects 4) RFID Semantics and Ontology 5) System requirements for end-to-end RFID and sensor network solutions 6) General principles for Industrial deployment of RFID: Oil and Gas Industry and other industries in harsh environments. Healthcare and Hospitals Automotive Industry The Feed and Food value-chain incl Retail. Building and Construction Industry The e-payment/banking industry, incl. ticketing and toll roads. 7) General principles for architecture and integration of RFID hardware/software and enterprise applications