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  • 1. RFID Technology: Texas Instrument vs Sun Microsystems By: James Elmslie Jeniffer Francisco Steven Paisley
  • 2. Radio Frequency Identification
    • Automatic identification method that relies on storing and retrieving data using RFID tags.
    • Passive, Semi-passive, Active
    • Basic RFID system:
            • An antenna
            • A transceiver
            • A transponder (tag)
  • 3. Significant Advantages
    • Non-contact, non-line-of-site characteristic
    • Read/Write capability exciting in interactive applications such as work-in-process tracking
    • Long read range
    • Portable database
    • Tracking in real time
  • 4. How it works
    • Antenna emits radio signals to activate the tag
    • Radio wave ranges: 1 inch to 100 feet…or more
    • RFID tag passes through electromagnetic zone and is activated
    • Reader decodes data
    • Data is passed to host computer
  • 5. How it works cont’d …
  • 6. Opportunity Cost
    • Cost of implementing RFID
          • Versus
    • Cost of NOT implementing RFID
  • 7. Pivot Table – Errors with no RFID 23.77% $1,166,878.00 Total Sum of Sales $157,671.00 Sum of Sales   41.43% $65,330.13 Sum of Loss on Sale due to Error Fish $541,589.00 Sum of Sales   18.79% $101,753.90 Sum of Loss on Sale due to Error Dog $467,618.00 Sum of Sales   23.59% $110,324.93 Sum of Loss on Sale due to Error Cat Percentage Loss Total Data Food Type Losses Due to Errored Shipments Not Using RFID
  • 8. Texas Instruments: S6 Reader Utility Version 1.32
    • Software and hardware both available for trial
    • Highly secure
    • Requires Texas Instruments upgrades
    • Most compatible with Texas Instruments EPC System
    • Helped Sanacorp increase efficiency and market share
    • Implementation Costs: $300 000 Training Costs: $100 000 Implementation Period: 1.5 years
  • 9. Sun Java Systems RFID Software 3.0
    • Single annual license fee for software, support, maintenance, consulting, etc…
    • Supports other RFID readers and printers, such as Sensormatic and Zebra Technologies
    • Two main components:
        • Java System RFID Event Manager
        • Java System RFID Information Server
  • 10. Sun Java Systems RFID Software 3.0
    • Direct connectivity to SAP II
    • Provide a large set of application programming interfaces
    • Warehouse management system will interact with business events
    • Design can grow both horizontally and vertically
    • Implementation Costs: $150 000 Training Costs: $50 000 Implementation Period: 9 months
  • 11. Compare TI to Sun
  • 12. Compare TI to Sun cont’d…
  • 13. Data Sheet for petPRO Technology Evaluation Template There is support for control mechanisms and since it is capable of centrally monitoring a distributed network, it is perfect for different levels of the organization. 5 17 There are 4 major components of Sun RFID Software (Event Manager, Information Server, Developer Toolkit, and Management Console), which offers any preffered output format. 5 16 Allows for direct connectivity to SAP AII. It integrates data from devices into virutually any enterprise application, inclusing SAP support. 5 14 The ERP implementation was similar in scope; access to knowledge from Nestle. 5 13 Offer a management primer web course which provides an overview of RFIDs to executives in retail and manufacturing industries. The application provides online training resources for US and Canada as well. 5 12 Sun RGID has a Central Monitoring and Management service, and a number of standard protocols and interfaces that are designed to provide network services. (There are 4 components: Event Manager, Information Server, Developer Toolkit, and Management Console) 5 7 Sun Java Systems RFID Software 3.0 Very common navigation. 5 10 Very complete error messages. 5 9 Texas Instruments: S6 Reader Utility Version 1.32
  • 14. Pivot Table – Core Information Texas Instruments Sun Microsystems 6 3 3 Total Grand Total Y N       Meets? Y/N Count of Phase 1: Core Requirements (CR) 6 6 Total Grand Total Y     Meets? Y/N Count of Phase 1: Core Requirements (CR)
  • 15. Compare TI to Sun cont’d…
  • 16. Implement Sun Java Systems RFID Software 3.0
    • Aware of location of inventory at all time
    • Safeguard information
    • Multiple interfaces
    • Vital information readily available
    • Designed for easy integration with SAP
    • Emphasis on seamless integration
  • 17. Leveraged in petPRO
    • Two FAGs requested this technology  obvious importance to the company
    • Competitive Advantage  Necessity
    • Long-term ROI
    • Already being tested by Nestle
  • 18. Thank you … Questions ??? Enjoy!

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