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    • Implementation of RFID, Warehouse Storage SolutionMaterial Handling Packing ,Tagging and Storage Dispatch management Verification and Sample Testing Warehouse Management APHMHIDC 1
    • What is RFID ?Radio Frequency Identification for tracking of Tagged itemsunder a closed environment.What Constitutes an RFID System?• One or more RF tags• Two or more antennas• One or more interrogators RFID PASSIVE TAG• One or more host computers• Appropriate software Fixed RFID Reader Handheld RFID Reader APHMHIDC 2
    • RFID Operations APHMHIDC 3
    • Some tags APHMHIDC 4
    • Implementation Outline of RFID Technology at SWH Customer Central Database Value Information Flow Creation High Resolution Real-time Process Based High Accuracy Middleware with Local Database Application for offline transactions Innovation Process Agility RFID Process Quality and Measurement APHMHIDC 5
    • Architecture of the RFID Implementation APHMHIDC 6
    • RFID enables End to end Solution for Material Handling and inventory Management 10 Main Product 11 Information (PML Server Internet Format) AntennaWrite data Items with RF Read Transaction Application Readerto RF tags RF Tags Manager Data Store Systems Antenna 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Tag/Item Relationship Database 9 APHMHIDC 7
    • Infrastructure : Hardware and IT Landscape APHMHIDC 8
    • Process Flow: Receiving Goods from Suppliers RFID Tagging Area / Zone Fixed UHF RFID Reader Tagged RFID DRUGS to Storage SectionManual Tagging Process APHMHIDC 9
    • Process Flow: Dispatching Goods Drugs from Pre - RFID Validation of the Sampling Section Goods dispatched Dispatch of Goods from the Store to Hospitals APHMHIDC 10
    • Proposed Architecture- Features• Easy to track the flow of • Pilfering can be avoided inventory • Easy to audit in real• Gives real time Stock time details online • Easy to identify and• Can be integrated to Track the movement of any kind of database stock between various which is already existing internal departments.• Mandates proper stock management in stores APHMHIDC 11
    • Few Additional Features of our ImplementationReal Time Stock Identification Real time Alerts for Unauthorizedthrough Handheld Readers Transactions at Entrances and Exits Material Handling Aggregate / De-aggregate APHMHIDC 12
    • Value Addition and Conclusions • Adoption of Biometric Finger prints for Accessing the Application software • Alerts should be acknowledged by authorized personnel only • Stock can be moved from one location to other using authorized finger prints only APHMHIDC 13
    • Warehouse Management EquipmentThe role of equipment in warehouse operations • Reduce cost (labor + space) – enhance space utilization by, e.g., • enabling the exploitation of the vertical dimension of the facility • allowing for denser packing – allow for more efficient order-picking by, e.g., • increasing the density • supporting the automated transfer of material from storage to sorting and Dispatch area • Enhance responsiveness – increase the throughput of the facility, e.g., • increasing the SKU(Stock keeping Unit) density • establishing a more ergonomic environment/arrangement for the warehouse operators • facilitating the parallelization of order picking • by parallelizing the tasks of order-picking and replenishment APHMHIDC 14
    • Various Warehouse EquipmentStorage Racks Fork Lifting EquipmentPallets (1200X1000 mm type) APHMHIDC 15
    • Proposed CIVIL and Warehousing architecture atScientific warehouse of Hyderabad and Mahbubnagar> Four Layouts of the Warehouse are proposed following the International Warehouse Design standards> The Preferences were assigned to each of the layout considering the maximum space utilization as priority. APHMHIDC 16
    • Thank you APHMHIDC 17