RFID within Global Express Presentation Transcript
RFID within Global Express & Logistics ETSI: RFID & Telecommuniations Services Workshop, May 2004
Leading retail bank
10 million customers
Strong business unit
Financial logistics solutions
72 million mail items per day
High transit time quality
Global Mail: international mail dispatch solutions
FINANCIAL SERVICES EXPRESS/LOGISTICS MAIL
1 billion shipments per year
3.64 million trading customers
Largest international express and logistic network
A unique range of express and logistics products and services
More services, more benefits for your business. Worldwide express services – ranging from documents to parcels to pallets; network consists of 5,000 branches and serves more than 120,000 destinations. Domestic and international transport solutions for groupage, part-and full-loads – by road, rail and intermodal transport. Worldwide logistics solutions for air and ocean freight, supported by a dedicated team of experts for industrial projects and sophisticated IT applications. Customised logistics solutions from consulting to supply chain design, from warehousing and distribution logistics to order management.
DHL is the world's leading express and logistics company offering customers innovative and customised solutions from a single source. With global expertise in:
Air and ocean freight.
DHL combines worldwide coverage with an in depth understanding of local markets. DHL's harmonised international network links more than 220 countries and territories worldwide.
DHL continues to be at the forefront of technology and, with more than 150,000 dedicated employees, guarantees fast and reliable services aimed at exceeding customers' expectations.
Based in Brussels, Belgium, DHL is 100% owned by Deutsche Post World Net.
Introduction to DHL. I
Introduction to DHL.
Tag thermal printable labels:
Simultaneous multiple read capability:
Rapid data acquisition.
High reliability and repeatability within proximity of 100%.
Moderate cost/complex antenna systems.
Reliable coverage limited to within a maximum of 3 to 4 metres.
DHL general requirements/wishes of RFID.
Performance - lowering operational costs:
Reduce or eliminate the need for bar code scanning.
Remove handicap of handling scanner and shipments.
Commercial airlines which accounts for 30 million shipments/yr.
Flexibility - new services.
DHL Express Objectives for RFID.
DHL RFID today development model. Levelled Risk – DHL & Others Select the most widely used ID capture processes . Focus on developing devices for the toughest challenges first. Develop one device at a time.
Simulate real world at the
developer and test.
Maximize developer access at lowest cost .
Move device into real world and stress test. Assemble multiple proven devices into the real world and Pilot.
UK Government funded RFID Demonstrator Pilots – CHIEFS 1 & 2 Projects:
CHIEFS 1 (2002) based on active tags.
CHIEFS 2 (2003) based on passive tags.
DHL (Air) Express and NOKIA – CHIEFS 2 Demonstrator Pilot:
Tagged phones identified within closed ULDs.
Easyship tag labelled pieces at NOKIA.
Non NOKIA pieces tag labelled at DHL by SHIPMENT application.
Gate / door readers to auto ID all pieces and items automatically.
ULD contents reader in Gateway and on Hub GSE.
Hub GSE recording location and matching to a/c stand through GPS.
Prototype RFID enabled truck.
Web based real time reporting.
DHL Express Regional Pilot – Western Europe. ( NB: CHIEFS 2 basis of DHL RFID Video) CHIEFS 1 was IM2002 Award Winner DHL HEL GTW Nokia & Non Nokia NOKIA DHL EMA HUB
DHL CHIEFS 2 Pilot – CPG & DHL.
DHL Express RFID Pilots in 2004. Americas and Asia Pilots
Work package 1 – MIA based customer and gateway, learning and discovery package. Completed.
Work package 2 & 3 – air side focus from and to MIA and GTL Gateway and Hub. Completed.
Work packages 0 to 3 – end-to-end ground distribution. SIN customer to KUL via road transport.
DHL Express position with RFID today PERFORMANCE WE ARE HERE TAG LABEL COST Deploy Interesting TIME Will do but when? Implementation
DHL Solutions targets within METRO’s FSI
Business extension by creating an innovative solution for our existing and potential customers.
Close collaboration with Metro and other project partners (multinationals).
Industry leadership position with specific competitive advantages.
Usage of FSI testing environment and gathering more RFID experience.
Evaluating the benefits of the technology in the real environment.
Collaboration in setting industry standards.
Improvement of operational efficiency.
First Mile Stone: Joint Presentation at the 93th Retail convention in New York
Second Mile Stone: FSI Fair in Köln on 14th May:
Communication of expectations to suppliers and presentation of pilot-results
METRO - Future Store Initiative Partners Online-Software AlgoTec Boston Consulting Group Cittadino Intermec OAT System WMS Platinum Gold Silver www.future-store.org
DHL Solutions – Planned Tasks Dortmund Central Warehouse TSP DHL Menden METRO FUTURE STORE Short distance transport Short distance transport Direct delivery transport TSP DHL Duisburg Item Item Identifikation Identifikation Identifikation Identifikation Identifikation Identifikation Pallet Pallet Identifikation Identifikation Identifikation Identifikation Identifikation Identifikation Case Case Identifikation Identifikation Identifikation Identifikation Identifikation Identifikation
Prepare the DHL Network.
RFID leadership for Deutsche Post World Net (DPWN).
Planned passive system deployment.
Where we are going with RFID?
The ‘NEW’ DHL.
DHL objectives for RFID.
RFID technology requirements.
DHL technology development model.
DHL position with RFID today.
DHL request of airlines.
Where DHL is going next with RFID?
For further information.
www. dhl .com
Trevor Peirce RFID Global Programme Director DHL Global Co-ordination Centre Belgium +32 2 713 4000