Tecnology (RFID) at Tesco - SPJCM

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A report & Presentation on RFID use by Tesco PLC, a British Retailer. Its a technology scan for the retailer.

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Tecnology (RFID) at Tesco - SPJCM

  1. 1. RFID @ Tesco Where technology meets service! By Group 7 Abinav | Apurva | Sagar | Narinder | Sharath | Akshat This a educational presentation by Students of SPJCM, Tesco logo belongs to Tesco PLC.
  2. 2. Operations in UK • 1800 out of 2300 stores were in UK Expanding • East Europe – Hungary, Warsaw, etc. • East Asia – Korea, Thailand • Automation in place SCM it is…! Road Ahead
  3. 3. High efficiency Continuous Replenishment • From centralized ordering to check-out counter ordering • Zero stock out Low costs Is RFID Simpler, Better and Cheaper??? SCM Objectives
  4. 4. Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is an Identification method, relying on storing and remotely retrieving data using devices called RFID tags or transponders. Invented in 1948 by Harry Stockman. Initial application was during World War II-The United Kingdom used RFID devices to distinguish returning English airplanes from inbound German ones. RADAR was only able to signal the presence of a plane, not the kind of plane it was.. Came into commercial use only in 1990s. RFID-What it is?
  5. 5. Active RFID Passive RFID Tag Power Internal to tag Energy transferred Source using RF from reader Tag Battery Yes No Availability of Continuous Only in field of power reader Required signal Very Low Very High strength to Tag Range Up to 100m Up to 3-5m, usually less Multi-tag 1000’s of tags recognized Few hundred reading – up to 100mph within 3m of reader Data Storage Up to 128Kb or read/ 128 bytes of write with sophisticated read/write search and access Active Vs Passive
  6. 6. RFID Barcode Forging is difficult Forging is possible Scanner not required. No Scanner needs to see the need to bring the tag near bar code to read it the reader RFID is comparatively fast Can read multiple tags Can read only one tag at a time Relatively expensive as Inexpensive compared to Bar Codes (Reader 1000$, Tag 05 - 10 cents a piece) Can be reusable within Cannot be reused factory premises RFID vs Barcode
  7. 7. BARCODE RFID
  8. 8. The Supply Chain www.themegallery.com Company Logo
  9. 9. Is it Better – for customers? • Improve Availability • Know where it is? Is it Simpler – for staff? • One touch replenishment Is it cheaper – for TESCO? • Reduced costs • Reduced waste • Reduced stocks Is RFID it?
  10. 10. Jan 2003 … Gillette products • Will technology work? June 2003 … Entertainment UK (DVDs) • Active partners • RFID Tagging in the packaging • Information sent to central system, accessible by both TESCO and Entertainment UK Testing Grounds
  11. 11. September 2003 … December 2003 2004 Milton Keynes D/C From D/C to 2 Tracking from stores in Tagged at the Tagged at point supplier to D/C Six suppliers Peterborough & D/C of production to stores St. Neots Testing Waters
  12. 12. January 2005 • 35 D/C & 1300 stores • 16000 antennae • 4000 readers December 2005 • Extended to other categories of items • 98 other superstores September 2006 • Deadline for suppliers to tag RFID Implemented
  13. 13. Scanning of Trolley Auto stock out Notification Further efficient tracking Road Ahead
  14. 14. THANK YOU !!! This a educational presentation by Students of SPJCM, Tesco logo belongs to Tesco PLC. www.themegallery.com Company Logo

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