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  • Instructor’s Notes: Now that you have summarized the RFID policy, you can use this slide to compare/contrast the RFID policy from the UID policy. The two are separate initiatives.

Maintenance RFID Brief Maintenance RFID Brief Presentation Transcript

  • RFID at Maintenance Facilities June 2, 2005
  • The RFID Vision
    • Implement knowledge-enabled logistics through fully automated visibility and management of assets in support of the warfighter
  • RFID - an Enabler to the Integrated DoD Supply Chain When shipments are reconfigured a new RFID Tag is created for the pallet and associated with cases on that pallet The cases/pallets are automatically received with few disputes and info is shared with the AISs. Reconfigured shipments receive a new RFID Tag. Customers have visibility of requisitions and are confident in the status provided by the system Cases/Pallets are labeled with passive RFID tags. Cases are associated to pallet Cases/Pallets are read as they are received and new shipments are labeled . Orders are verified for accuracy Cases/Pallets are associated with Active RFID to provide TAV. Data is timely and accurate via network of linked readers allowing asset visibility along the entire supply chain Manufacturers/ Suppliers TMO/Supply/ Theater Depots Commercial/Military Carriers Distribution Centers/Depots/TDCs Customer Timely and Accurate Data
  • Distribution Centers/Depots Customers DoD RFID Implementation Maintenance Facilities
    • Initial focus…shipping/receiving/transportation
    • Ultimately…enable business processes within the logistics node
    • Passive RFID Tag on Pallet
    • associated to a…
    • Passive RFID Tag on Carton
      • associated to …
    Passive RFID Tag on UID packaging each with 1 associated UID item RFID tags are nested, providing improved “inside the box/pallet” visibility. Advanced Shipment Notice 856S transaction captures associations
  • For internal DoD shipments, DAAS routes the transactions between shipping and receiving points. DAAS Tagged Material DLMS – 856S DoD Enterprise Logistics Systems DoD Maintenance Facility that can receive EDI transactions Distribution Centers/Depots RFID Middle-ware AIS DLMS – 856S
  • For external DoD shipments, DAAS routes the transactions from WAWF to receiving points. Manufacturers/ Suppliers WAWF RFID Middle-ware Legacy AIS 856 ASN 856 Distribution Centers/ Maintenance Depots UDF FTP Web Entry
  • RFID data will flow into and out of the Maintenance facility through DAASC, tagged material flows from node to node and internal business processes are enhanced using RFID tags. 856S to Maintenance DAAS Distribution Centers/Depots Customers Maintenance Facilities 856S from Maintenance 856S to Customer 856S from Depot Data Flow Material Flow Internal Processes LOTS
  • Proposed RF-enabled Maintenance Facility Readers on shipping doors Repair Supply Shipping Receive/Induct Readers at receiving/ induction UID captures maintenance history Inspection/QA Item/Case/Pallet information is used for work scheduling/direction/ storage. Passive tags are used for hands-free data capture of associated UID information. Repaired items are readied for shipment and passive tags are created. Containers, 463Ls, or pallets are shipped by reading the RFID tag and the AIS is updated. Items/Cases/Pallets are received by scanning the passive RFID tag and the AIS is updated. An active RFID tag captures arrival at the gate. A passive RFID tag is attached to the pallet. If the pallets are placed on a 463L or in a container, an active RFID tag is produced and attached. Passive RFID is married with RTLS systems to monitor component repair status. 3 4 5 7 6 2 1 8
  • For Your Information
    • For further information that can assist you with compliance, visit: http://www.dodrfid.org
      • DoD RFID Policy
      • DoD RFID Supplier Implementation Plan
      • DoD Suppliers’ Passive RFID Information Guide
      • MIL-STD 129P(3) (Updated with RFID changes)
      • Draft Wide Area Workflow (WAWF) Implementation Convention (IC) Guides
      • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
      • Schedule of RFID Events where DoD RFID personnel will be speaking
    • You can ask the team any RFID-related question through the following email address: info@dodrfid.org
  • Don’t get stuck in the box “ I think the industry has sold itself on a program that offers so little return that it simply won’t be worth the trouble and expense.” A Midwestern Grocery Chain Executive discussing the potential of the barcode in 1975* *“Scanning Hits a Snag,” Progressive Grocer, December 1975, p. 47
  • BACKUP
  • RFID and UID are complementary In the package…RFID enables hands free receiving RFID Middle-ware AIS Once installed…2D Data Matrix UID enables item identification and maintenance history
  • UID vs RFID Separate but integrated initiatives Different technologies Different business rules January 1, 2005 January 1, 2004 Implementation NONE >$5000, some exceptions Threshold Supply chain receipt/track Life cycle data visibility Purpose EPC RFID tag 2D Data Matrix Technology Packaging Item Marking RFID UID
  • Distribution Center/Depot Items/Cases/Pallets are received by scanning the passive RFID tag and the AIS is updated. Loose/Broken picks are processed using a similar method. Overhead scanner read the passive RFID tag. Cases are sorted according to the pallet indicated. Readers at palletization stations read the passive RFID as the cases are being palletized. Items/Cases are aggregated to the pallet. Containers, 463Ls, or pallets are shipped by reading the RFID tag and the AIS is updated. A passive RFID tag is printed and attached to the pallet. If the pallets are placed on a 463L or in a container, an active RFID tag is produced and attached. Full cases are directed via passive RFID and placed on the conveyer. Shelf readers read individual units on the shelf and update inventory in real time. Replenishment is automatically initiated when shelf inventory reaches a target level. Readers on shipping doors Shelf Inventory Case Pick Loose Picks Shipping Receiving Readers at palletization stations Passive RFID enabled case tag printers Passive RFID enabled pallet tag printers An active RFID tag captures arrival at the gate. Full case picking tags are printed out with human readable information and barcode on the passive RFID tag. Item/Case/Pallet information is used for putaway. Similar logic is used for replenishment and moves. 2 3 7 5 8 9 11 10 6 4 1
  • Customers Handheld readers for receipt Handheld readers in staging yard Create passive RFID tag for item/case/pallet/nested load/vehicle (Sustainment) Pallet/Case/Item tags are read as they are received via Handhelds and the AIS is updated (receipt) A passive RFID tag is printed and attached to the pallet/nested load. If the pallets are placed on a 463L or in a container, an active RFID tag is produced and attached. An active RFID tag is also produced and attached for all major organizational equipment. Containers, 463Ls, nested loads, and equipment are shipped by reading the RFID tag and the AIS is updated. (Deployment) Item/Case tags are printed out with human readable information and barcode on the passive RFID tag. 1 2 3 4
  • RFID Scope/Standards
    • Active RFID – freight containers, air pallets
      • SAVI 433 Mhz readers
      • SAVI tags
      • DoD tag data formats
      • Suppliers rarely obligated to apply tags
    • Passive RFID – case & pallet (all items), item packaging (UID items)
      • EPC std UHF readers
      • EPC Class 0 & 1 std tags
        • Migration to EPC UHF Generation 2 std
      • EPC and DoD tag data formats
      • Suppliers will be contractually obligated to apply tags
    • Two Major Requirements for Suppliers
      • Passive Tagging at the case and pallet level in accordance with the Implementation Plan
      • Advance Ship Notice (ASN)
    • Specific Requirements:
      • Data encoded on tag must be unique
      • Passive tag is readable at time of shipment in accordance with MIL-STD 129P requirements
      • Passive tag is affixed at the appropriate location on the specified level of packaging in accordance with MIL-STD 129P requirements
      • Contractor shall use tag constructs in accordance with the details located at: http://www.dodrfid.org/tagdata.htm
      • Contractor shall electronically submit advance ship notices in accordance with procedures at http://www.dodrfid.org/asn.htm
    Contractual Requirement
    • Proposed DFAR clause published in Federal Register
    • Public comments due NLT June 27, 2005
    • Seeking comments on:
      • Clarity of definitions
      • Impact of providing electronic advance ship notices
      • Small business concerns
      • Possible impacts of RFID and mitigation on recycling process
    • Link to clause on our website at www.dodrfid.org
    Contractual Requirement
  • Manufacturers/ Suppliers Transportation/Supply/ Theater Depots/TDCs POEs/PODs Distribution Centers/Depots Customers PASSIVE ACTIVE PASSIVE Complementary use across the logistics supply chain