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    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Download this market research report on Reportlinker.com Comprehensive RFID Package Published on October 2009 Report Summary The Comprehensive RFID Package from Mind Commerce is the most comprehensive research about RFID on the market. This package includes many reports that focus on critical aspect of RFID including market status, applications, vendors, and future market direction. The offering also includes practical assistance with business case development and RFID network planning. The package also represents a substantial savings as a research bundle compared to purchasing the reports individually. Table of Content The Definitive Guide to Radio Frequency Identification Introduction Section-I: RFID Overview Readers Passive RFID Tags SAW RFID Tags Semi Passive RFID Tags Active RFID Tags Frequencies Read/Write Operations Analysis of Passive vs. Active RFID Systems Advantages of Passive RFID Disadvantages of Passive RFID Advantages of Active RFID Disadvantages of Active RFID Section-II: RFID Companies Worldwide RFID Companies in Europe RFID Companies in Asia/Asia Pacific RFID Companies in the United States of America Section - III: RFID Case Studies U.S. Naval Air Systems Command United States Navy Regional Supply Office St. Olavs Hospital, Norway Heinz Project - US Comprehensive RFID Package Page 1/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics Mobile Management & Maintenance in Frankfurt Dat Autohus Car Company Project Personnel Tracking System in Switzerland E-Ticketing System Component Monitoring and Tracking Project Telecom Product Tracking System Section-IV - Emerging RFID Applications Comparison of Various Access Control Methods Prevalent Application Types Item Tracking and Tracing Inventory Monitoring and Control Asset Monitoring and Management Emerging Application Types Anti-Counterfeit Member Applications Drug Anti-Counterfeit Benefits RFID on Humans RFID in Super markets: Smart Shelf Strategic Dimensions of Commercial Mandates Government Mandates and Strategies Section-V: Business Cases for RFID The two types of ROI Quantifying Return on Investment with Financials Cost of Investment Breakdown of Cost of Installing RFID System (ROI Quantification) Savings and Reduced Costs of Labor Payback Period Return on Assets Ways to a faster success on Returns The Ultimate Goal for the Future Section-VI: Conclusion List of Tables and Figures Comparison of Various Access Control Methods Applications and Volume Projections Breakdown of Cost of Installing RFID System (ROI Quantification) Payback Period vs. Pallets per Month Graph Increasing Shareholder Value Deploying a RFID Solution: Practical Case Studies and Business Plan Chapter 1 - RFID and its Business Benefits RFID in Manufacturing Scheduling Policies of RFID Warehouse Goods Updates Logistics Tracking Comprehensive RFID Package Page 2/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics Store Level Inventory Control Updates Run-order level control Item Level tracking and customer benefits Business benefits on RFID implementation Productivity and Cost Cutting Applications of RFID Chapter 2 - RFID Supply Chain RFID: Present Scenario Example with a demo company Quality Control Aspects Chain Management Methodologies Store Level Inventory Control Chapter 3 - Business Process Life Cycle Older Life-Cycle Model Analysis Waterfall Incremental Spiral Newer Life-Cycle Model Analysis Adaptive Linear Feedback Adaptive Dynamic Chapter 4 - RFID Business Process Strategy IBM RFID Strategy Heinz RFID Strategy Canus RFID Strategy International Paper RFID Strategy Kayser-Roth RFID Strategy Philips Semiconductors RFID Strategy Intel RFID Strategy Unilever RFID Strategy Major Clothier Retailer RFID Strategy Marks and Spencer RFID Strategy Chapter 5 - Market Overview & Challenges Market Overview Challenges to Adopting RFID Software Infrastructure Challenges RFID Hardware Device challenges Interoperability and Integration Performance Chapter 6 - RFID Middleware Provider Profiles Comprehensive RFID Package Page 3/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics Acsis Axcess Blue Vector Systems ConnecTerra Data Brokers EPCglobal Franwell GlobeRanger i2 Technologies Manhattan Associates OATSystems Oracle RF Code Savi Technology Sun T3Ci TIBCO VeriSign webMethods Chapter 7 - Analysis of RFID applications of Today Analysis of RFID Applications - Done Retail Applications Logistics Manufacturing Security RFID - Now Benefit Analysis Current Mandates Governing RFID Chapter 8- RFID Device Selection Criteria with Economic Analysis Object vs Tag Selection Characteristics of the Tracking items Antenna Considerations Reader Ability Tag Location Frequency Ranges Standard and Mandates Chapter 9 - Market Survey of Active RFID Products Alien Technology Axcess Inc. Escort Memory Systems Microtec Samsys Savi Technology Wherenet Comprehensive RFID Package Page 4/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics Chapter 10 - Risk Management and Analysis Risk Assessment Method Internal Asset Risk Analyis Risk Assessment Services Chapter 11 - RFID Implementation Analysis METRO- Group Gillette: Redirecting Misplaced Cases Canus: Tag Speed vs. Quality of Computer Input International Paper: Automatic Reorders Unilever: Tag Location for Dishwashing Liquids Procter & Gamble: Dock Loading Throughput Marks and Spencer: Item-level Consumer Tracking Chapter 12 - Implementation Case Studies Mobile Maintenance Vehicle Tracking Workforce Tracking Electronic Ticketing Application Scenarios Maintenance and Updating Tracking products and containers Chapter 13 - Conclusions Chapter 14 - Implementing RFID - A Business Plan (Business Plan) 1. Company Description 1.1 The Objective 1.2 Keys to Success 1.3 Current Status of the Company 1.3.1 Shareholding Pattern of the Company 1.3.2 Current Financial Status of the Company 1.3.3 Current Development and Engagement Status of 'THE DEMO COMPANY' 2. The Leadership Team 3. 'THE DEMO COMPANY's Domain of Operation 4. 'THE DEMO COMPANY's Offerings 4.1 'THE DEMO COMPANY' Devices 4.2 'THE DEMO COMPANY' Solutions 4.3 Future Product 5. Market Analysis 6. Competitive Analysis Comprehensive RFID Package Page 5/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics 7. Operational Plan 7.1 Location 7.2 Equipments and Devices 7.3 Proposed Team Structure 7.4 Product Development Plan 8. Marketing and Sales Strategies 8.1 Target Market Segment 8.2 Pricing Strategy 8.3 Sales Forecast 9. Financial Plans and Projections 9.1 Important Assumptions 9.2 Sales Plan 9.3 Expenditure Plan 9.4 Projected Monthly Cash Budget for Three Years Appendix: Current Financial Status of the Company RFID Applications, Implementation, and Business Case Analysis with Predictions & Strategic Roadmap to 2014 Chapter 1 -Success Story of RFID -Growth of RFID its Standards and Regulations -Texas Instrument's role in US -RFID at Europe -Growth of Standard and Regulations -Technological Immaturity -Backward Compatibility and Integration with Legacy Systems -Scalability -End user Knowledge -Ethical Issues Chapter 2 -Spheres of RFID -Comparison of various methods -Prevalent Application Types -Item tracking and tracing -Inventory monitoring and control -Asset monitoring and management -Anti-theft -Electronic payment -Access control -Anti-tampering -Emerging Application Types -Anti-counterfeit -Drug Anti-Counterfeit -Smart tags Comprehensive RFID Package Page 6/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics -Strategic Dimensions of Commercial Mandates -Government Mandates and Strategies Chapter 3 -RFID in Government Sectors -RFID and Homeland Security -RFID in Law enforcement Chapter 4 -GPS Free RFID based Indoor Location Tracking System -System Architecture -System Architecture Schematic -System Design -Technical Information of the devices -Device Comparison and Financial Analysis -Interoperability and Capability issues -Prototype for Indoor Tracking using RFID -Conclusion Chapter 5 -RFID in daily life and the challenges -RFID Market -RFID Know-how & End-User Confusion -Logistical Challenges -Standard Implementation Challenges -Notable Implementation: Iraq Asset Visibility -Poor Asset Visability -Insufficient and Ineffective Theater Distribution Capability -Failure to Apply -Shortages of Spare -Inadequate Configurations -Ineffective Logistics Support Chapter 6 -RFID Now and Beyond -Analysis and Prediction of RFID Systems and its Adoption -RFID Milestones and the its level of Adoption -Pre-1940's -1940s-WWII -1950s - Early Exploration of RFID Technology -1960s-Development of RFID Theory and Early Field Trials -1970s-An RFID Explosion and Early Adopter Applications -1980s-Commercialization -1990s-RFID Enters the Mainstream -2000s-RFID Deployment -RFID in the Future Comprehensive RFID Package Page 7/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics -Early movers -Fast followers -Slow adopters Chapter 7 -Future of RFID -Past Analysis of RFID -Retail and consumer packaging -Transportation and distribution -Industrial and manufacturing -Security and access control -The Hype vs. the Reality -Analysis of Mandates -Roadmap of RFID from 2007-2010 -2010 and Beyond -2007 - The Mark of RTLS -2008 - Adoption in Hospitals/Healthcare -2009 - Technology for Combating Crime -2010 - RFID Infrastructure -Analysis of things to come with RFID Tomorrow Chapter 8 -Business Case for RFID -Different types of ROI -Quantifying Return on Investment with Financials -Cost of Investment -Savings and Reduced Costs of Labor -Payback Period -Return on Assets Chapter 9 -Horizons of RFID -Government use of RFID Technology with Facts and Figures -RFID and in Pharmaceutical Industries -The Ultimate Goal for the Future -Steps against Drug Counterfeit -RFID on Humans -RFID in Supermarkets: Smart Shelves Chapter 10 -RFID Hardware Advances 2010 and beyond -Tomorrows RFID Technology -Tags -Readers -System Technology Comprehensive RFID Package Page 8/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics Chapter 11 -RFID Roadmap till 2014 and beyond -Chip Design -Manufacturing -Systems -Readers -Sensors -Architectures -Conclusion Chapter 12 -Latest RFID Adoptions and Success Stories -HP - For Logistics -Fraport - Mobile Maintenance -Dat Autohus - Vehicle Tracking -Personell Monitoring in Hazardous areas -Public Transport System - Electronic Ticketing -Quick change in Aircraft seats - Lufthansa -KPN - (Netherlands) Tracking products and containers -Gardeur - Optimised system for Garment Logistics Chapter 13 -RFID Economic Analysis -Analysis of Stock Rollover -Increased revenue -Lower cost -Inventory reduction -Reduced capital assets -Looking Beyond the Window -Comparison to the Early Model Chapter 14 -Select RFID Vendor List and their Offerings -A3 Technologies -Aanza AutoID Group -Accelitec -Accusort Systems, Inc. -AceIC Designs, Inc. -Acheson Colloids Company -AeroScout -AgInfoLink -Alanco Technologies, Inc. -Alien Technology -Analytica India -Argent Group -Assyst, Inc. Comprehensive RFID Package Page 9/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics -AVANTE International Technology, Inc. -AXCESS Inc. -DYNASYS -Ekahau -EPCglobal ZigBee: A New Frontier for Low Cost Active RFID I. What is RFID' a. Understanding How RFID Works b. Types of Tags d. Application Field e. Privacy f. Preventives g. Five Steps to RFID Implementation II. Frequency Bands and their Importance a. Frequency III.Requirement of RFID, Providers, Solutions a. Market Analysis IV.ZigBee a. What is ZigBee Technology b. The Promises c. Why is ZigBee needed' d. The ZigBee Alliance e. Understanding ZigBee f. The Protocol g. The 802 Wireless Space a graphical comparison V. ZigBee and Active RFID a. Preamble b. Scope of Active RFID c. Market Research on Scope d. Designing the ZigBee based Active RFID System e. Tag Specs f. Hardware Components g. The Role of ZigBee VI. Implementing a Location Tracking System with ZigBee Based Active RFID a. Introduction b. System Design c. Technical Information of the Devices d. Prototype Implementation e. System Architecture Schematic f. Conclusion VII. Limitations of ZigBee based Active RFID Systems a. Background b. Inherent Drawbacks of ZigBee and Stack Related Issues d. Alternatives to ZigBee Comprehensive RFID Package Page 10/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics Z-Wave Insteon Bluetooth WirelessUSB XMesh LonWorks Proprietary Industrial Standards VIII. Conclusions Wireless Sensor Network Solutions with Case Analysis of Asia Pac Market Section - I Introduction Section - II Evolution of Wireless Communication Networks Section -III Important Challenges in Sensor Networks: Architecture of a Sensor Network and Beyond Self Configuration Techniques Data gathering procedure in a Sensor Network Section - IV Synchronization Factors and Implementation Issues Synchronization Factors in a Sensor Network Synchronization Methodologies Mobile and Static Node Scenario Connection oriented and Connection less protocol Real-Life Implementation issues of a Sensor Network The Partitioning Decision Natural and Artificial Interferences Accuracy Factors Power Consumption issues Section - V Sensor Networks in the Real World Hardware Environment Tools Simulators Section - VI Current Areas of Adoption for the Sensor Network Current Application Areas for Sensor Networks Monitoring Tracking Transportation Communication Comprehensive RFID Package Page 11/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics Section - VII Sensor Networks in Healthcare Healthcare and Sensor Networks Sensor Networks in Monitoring Patents and Elderly people Technical bottlenecks and challenges Improved sensor design Biocompatibility Energy Supply and Demand Section - VIII Sensor Network and Smart Home Smart Home Basic Components Smart Home Standards X10 Limitations of the standard Cost Estimation of the Available Technologies Budgeting and comparing device cost Section - IX Quality of Service for Sensor Networks Quality Standards and Metrics Challenges ahead of QoS Factors & Scenarios influencing the QoS Steps against data uncertainty Section - X Security Issues in Sensor Networks Implementing Secure Sensor Networks Using Sensor Networks for Security Measures Sensor Networks in Homeland Security Passport Control Border Security Application Air Defence System Environmental Monitor System Commercial Usages Targeting Factories Tracking Monitoring Inventory Control Automated Sales Process Control Products for Home Section - XI Future of Sensor Networks and their Prototypes Asset and warehouse management Automotive Building monitoring and control Environmental Monitoring Healthcare Military Battlefield Awareness Comprehensive RFID Package Page 12/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics Security and surveillance Future Research Secure systems Embedded Operating Systems Group Management Lightweight Signal Processing High Data Rate Sensors Section XII Sensor Network & Applications - Asia Pacific China Protocols and Standards Companies and Institutions Involved Present Status Roadmap of Technological Progress Future Potential Japan Protocols and Standards Companies and Institutions Involved Present Status Roadmap of Technological Progress Future Potential Singapore Protocols and Standards Companies and Institutions Involved Present Status Roadmap of Technological Progress Future Potential South Korea Protocols and Standards Companies and Institutions Involved Present Status Roadmap of Technological Progress Future Potential Section XIII Conclusions RFID in Tracking & Monitoring: In-depth Product & Service Analysis + Case Studies Section I - Introduction Section II - Technology Outlook Introduction to RFID Understanding How RFID Works Types of Tags PassiveTags Semi Passive RFID Tags Active RFID Tags Active Tags with Sensors/GPS Comprehensive RFID Package Page 13/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics Difference between Active and Passive RFID Application Field Discriminating the various types of RTLS Classification of Tracking Systems Passive RFID based systems GPS based tracking systems Active RFID based tracking systems Active RFID based tracking with Customizations Proprietary tracking solutions Advantages of the Tracking Solutions Improved Productivity and Cost Avoidance Decreased Cycle Time and Taking Costs Out Reduced Rework Reduced Business Risk and Control of Assets Improved Security and Service Improved Utilization of Resources Increased Revenues Exception Management Section III - Company and Product Analysis of RFID Key Players in the Domain Company and Product Analysi Company - AeroScout Company - Identec Company - Savi Company - Intelleflex Company - Ekahau Company - Tagsense Company - WhereNet Company - Pinc Solutions Company - ContainerTrac Section IV - Case Study of Some Latest Implementations Application in Genetics River Basin Project in Columbia AirBus Project U.S. Naval Air Systems Command Project Race Track - Tracking Application United States Navy California Wine Company - Sea Smoke Section V - Cost Metrics and Evaluations The Cost Factor Tags Costs related to aquisitions Cost of Readers Additional Antenna Cost Cost of Applications and related middlewares Customization Costs Installation Related Cost Comprehensive RFID Package Page 14/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics Fine Tuning Integration and Business Process Reengineering After Implementation and Recurring Cost Evaluation of the Performance of the System Issues concerning the safety of the System The Security aspects of the Deployment The Ease factor Section VI - Evaluation of Some Notable Deployments Department of Agriculture - Michigan The User The Goal Ultimate Target of the Project Cost and Analysis of the Hardware and Software used Implementation Details Analysis of the Implementation Sun Microsystems The User The Goal Explanation of RCP Ultimate Target of the Project Evaluation of the Hardware and Software used Implementation Details Analysis of the Implementation Operation Enduring Freedom / Operation Iraqi Freedom (OEF/OIF) The User Investment of the User Requirement of the User: Total Asset Visibility (TAV) Implementation Details Woolworths, Plc Requirement of the User Key Technologies for the Requirement Analysis The Ultimate goal of the Project Software Products used in the Implementation Hardware Products used in the Implementation Implementation Details Determining the Return on Investment (ROI) The Key Benefits of the Implementation Evaluation of the other benefits Section VII - Analysis of RFID based Solution Implementations RFID Based Vehicle Immobilization Manufacturing Processes Product Development RFID in Cattle Monitoring RFID Based Tracking in HealthCare Advantages of RFID in Healthcare RFID based Wriststraps RFID based Tracking System for Hospitals Patient Management and Monitoring System Comprehensive RFID Package Page 15/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics RFID in Process Manufacturing Inbound Raw Materials Production Process Warehouse Management Case Files Analysis at Manufacturing for a Successful Implementation RFID in Marine Operation Advantages Multi Terminal Tracking Operation Evaluation of Case Files of Successful Implementations RFID in Defence Logistics and Inventory Monitoring Homeland Security Field Combat RFID in Military Training Applications Friendly Troop Identification RFID in Payment Transactions Advantages An Evaluation of a Successful Case Study Retails with RFID Applications Operational Characteristics in Retails Drawbacks to the Current Approach Shelf and Inventory Management Security Issues Customer Satisfaction RFID in Transportation Automatic Vehicle Identication Electronic Toll Collection Electronic Vehicle Registration Fleet Management Conclusion Section VIII- Global Analysis of RFID Applications Asia Pacific Standard Implementation Status in Asia Pacific Europe Standards Implementation Status in Europe USA Standards Implementation Status in USA Section IX - Future Applications of RFID around the World Section X - Conclusions Real-time Location Services (RTLS): Applications, Services and Company Analysis Section I - Introduction to RFID Understanding How RFID Works Comprehensive RFID Package Page 16/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics Types of Tags Passive Semi Passive Active Active Tags with Sensors and GPS Difference between Active and Passive RFID Fields of Application Privacy issues Preventives Section II - RFID in Practice Manufacturing Picking Retails Applications of RFID Prevalent Application Types Item Tracking Inventory Monitoring Asset Monitoring Section III - Introduction to Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS) Introduction to Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS) The Need and Purpose of RTLS Discriminating the various types of RTLS Classification of RTLS Passive RFID based RTLS GPS based RTLS Active RFID based RTLS Active RFID based RTLS with customizations Proprietary RTLS Solutions Advantages of RTLS Improved Productivity and Cost Avoidance Decreased Cycle Time and Taking Costs Out Reduced Rework Reduced Business Risk and Control of Assets Improved Security and Service Improved Utilization of Resources Increased Revenues Exception Management Section IV - Standards and Protocols RFID Standards and Protocols Standards and Protocols of RTLS RTLS Services and Contracts Precision Factors related to RTLS RTLS Evaluation Techniques Section V - Applications of RTLS Applications of RTLS using Passive RFID Applications of RTLS using Active RFID Comprehensive RFID Package Page 17/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics Application of RTLS using WiFi RTLS applications using GPS & GPRS/CDMA/WiFi Next Generation RTLS Applications using Sensor Networks A short outlook into the RTLS Software Applications Section VI - RTLS Evaluation and Feasibility of RTLS in various Industries Evaluation of the Key areas of Application for RTLS Item Tracking and Tracing Inventory Monitoring in Yards and Docks RTLS in Automotive Industry RTLS in Healthcare RTLS in Public Safety RTLS Applications of the Future Section VII - Growth Analysis of RTLS and Bottlenecks Growth Analysis of RTLS Predictions of the most flourishing RTLS a The Major drawbacks of RTLS Antenna Collision Characteristics Privacy Ways to overcome the bottlenecks Section VIII - Company and Product Analysis of the RTLS Domain Key Players in the RTLS Domain A Brief Company Analysis with Products, offering, applications for AeroScout Identec Savi Intelleflex Ekahau Tagsense WhereNet Pinc Solutions ContainerTrac Section IX - Recent Developments in RTLS Technology Recent Developments New Business Process RTLS - Intelligent Services Smart Vehicle Identification using License Number Plate Automated Vehicle Registration RTLS in Public Transport Section X - Concluding Remarks RTLS Scope and Status in some Major Countries around the World France Protocols National and Private Companies working with RTLS Current Status of RTLS in France Comprehensive RFID Package Page 18/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics Possible Future Developments in France with RTLS Germany Protocols National and Private Companies working with RTLS Current Status of RTLS in Germany Possible Future Developments in Germany with RTLS United Kingdom Protocols National and Private Companies working with RTLS Current Status of RTLS in UK Possible Future Developments in UK with RTLS United States of America Protocols National and Private Companies working with RTLS Current Status of RTLS in US Possible Future Developments in US with RTLS Section XI - Concluding Remarks Ultra-wideband (UWB): Technology, Applications, and Solutions 2009 Section - I Introduction Section - II UWB - History and Evolution An Insight of UWB Standards of UWB Grass Root of UWB Regulations European Standards American Standards CEPT Bottlenecks and Stoppers for Regulating UWB Section III License bands Frequency allotments and Data-rates Statistical analysis of the Frequency bands and data rates Modern Communication systems Section IV Modulation Techniques for UWB Multiple Access schemes related to UWB Comprehensive RFID Package Page 19/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics Section V Architecture for UWB receiver Analysis of MIMO and UWB UWB and its Potential Important Issues Spectrum Saturation PAN a WLAN Killer Section VI Applications of UWB Cable TV Asset Management Radar and Imaging High Penetrating Radar Systems Surveillance systems Medical Applications Vehicular Radar Systems Communication and Sensor Technology using UWB Low Data Rate and Low Power UWB Major implementation issues of UWB systems Antenna Power Modulation Section VII Practical Applications of UWB UWB as an Alternative Technology and its benefits Location based applications Future Applications of UWB Sections VIII Recent developments in the UWB Domain Brief analysis of the products available in the Market List of Companies participating in the UWB revolution Section IX Developments of UWB Business Aspects of UWB Comprehensive RFID Package Page 20/23
    • Find Industry reports, Company profiles ReportLinker and Market Statistics Future Changes in UWB Commercial & Market Trends Cost Estimation and Decay Analysis General Trends Future Perspectives Section X UWB Applications of the future Military Government Commercial Advantages of UWB over the existing systems Interference issues of UWB Section X Conclusions Comprehensive RFID Package Page 21/23
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