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    • Aton’s Radio FrequencyIDentification:
      You Can HaveRFaith in Us!
      Logistics & Traceability Solutions
    • .onID
      Tag Writing
      Antennas
      Reader
      .onID manages the
      whole RFID system
      Sensors
      Detection Area
    • .onID
      .onID allows abstraction of
      HW under use
      Each reader becomes just a data source,
      all readers are roughly equivalent
      At the same time it is possible to profit from each reader peculiarities (e.g.: Alien’s ITR)
    • .onID
      Thanks to .onID
      • it is possible to limit detection fields
      • sensor networks can bedirectlyinterfaced with .onID
      • it is feasible to reducedependence from specific readers by avoiding their use as sensor “managers”
    • Middleware decodes datum
      Datum decoding & transformation
      One of RFID middleware tasks is to make the decoded datum available to the external system
      In brief, to all effects, it is as though the datum were written on the tag
      This is why .onID is on-line with EPCglobal
    • Case Studies
      Aton has a great deal of successful experience in RFID applications
    • Case Study 1 – MEDICINE & BIOTECHNOLOGY
      TISSUE & SPECIALIZED SAMPLES MONITORING
    • Case Study 1 – MEDICINE & BIOTECHNOLOGY
      TISSUE & SPECIALIZED SAMPLES MONITORING
      • Test tubes & packs are codified by means of tags
      • Users may be provided with identification tag cards
      • Antennas are installed in access gates to tissue banks
    • Case Study 1 – MEDICINE & BIOTECHNOLOGY
      TISSUE & SPECIALIZED SAMPLES MONITORING
      RESULTS
      • Precise control of samples (user, product, date, sample-takingtime) & restitutions
      • Promptproductreprovisioning
      • Pen & paper are no longernecessary & manualbarcodereadings are notrequested
      • Staff accessauthorization management
    • Case Study 2 – FASHION
      GARMENT CODING BY MEANS OF TAGS
    • Case Study 2 – FASHION
      GARMENT CODING BY TAGS
      • Small flexible “inlay” tags are attached to garments
      • Reading gates or antennas are installed in all interested areas
      • RFID portable terminals are used
      for mobile checks
    • Case Study 2 – FASHION
      GARMENT CODING BY TAGS
      RESULTS
      • Logistics speeding & drastic error-making reduction
      • Precise samples archive management
      • Anti-counterfeiting guarantee of garment identity
      • Anti-shoplifting
      • Unauthorized distribution channels detection & traceability
    • Case Study 3 – DISTRIBUTION: RollContainers
      METAL & PLASTIC ROLL CONTAINER RFID TAG IDENTIFICATION
    • Case Study 3 – DISTRIBUTION: Roll Containers
      METAL & PLASTIC ROLL CONTAINER
      RFID TAG IDENTIFICATION
      • Suitable tags are attached at the base of roll containers
      • Reading gates are installed on entrances
    • Case Study 3 – DISTRIBUTION: Roll Containers
      METAL & PLASTIC ROLL CONTAINER
      RFID TAG IDENTIFICATION
      RESULTS
      • Precise & quick container-customer association in exit phase
      • Fast identification in re-entry phase with prompt deposit refund
      • Theft & error reduction
      • Greater customer satisfaction
    • .onID
      .onID Architecture,
      Data Flow Management
      & RFID System Components
    • .onID
      inherits every
      data managing functionality
      from Aton platform
    • .onID Architecture
      FileSystem
      SMS/email
      Tcp-ip
      StardardProcessors
      RFID Processors
      RFID Collectors
      Tcp-ip
      M3 AtonMobilityPlatform
      http(s)
      Web Service
      Architecture
    • .onID & Information Management Tools
      By means of a
      Management Tool called Qflow,
      it is possible to visually shape
      data flows received from the various
      RFID system components
    • .onID & Information Management Tools
      An example of RFID system data flow
      An object, called “collector”, provides access to data gathered by reader
      A series of blocks called “processors” elaborate data flow according to configurable logics
      Useful information is made available to user on any client application via webservice
    • .onID Positioning vs Other RFID MW
      .onID Approach
      • The other middleware standardize a number of functionalities which remain fixed & monolithic
      • Aton introduces extreme configurability according
      to customer’s demand & real working environment
    • .onID Positioning vs Other RFID MW
      Pros of .onID
      • .onIDowns a much more sophisticated data management thanmost of itscompetitors
      • .onIDismuchlighter, allows easy embedding and excellentintegrationwithexistingsystems
      • minimum requirement: amd CPU, 256MB memory, up toquadcore CPU processors
    • aton.euinfo@aton.eu800.04.72.72
      Contact Us
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