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RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini
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RFID: What & Why - Stefano Coluccini

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RFID: What & Why
Stefano Coluccini (caenrfid srl)

GDG-Firenze 5 Giugno 2014

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  • 1. CAENRFID RFID: What and Why GDG Firenze June 2014 Stefano Coluccini CMO s.coluccini@caen.it
  • 2. Storia dell’RFID o La tecnologia RFID è stata utilizzata per la prima volta dalla RAF durante la prima guerra mondiale per scopi di IFF (Identification Friend or Foe) o Anni 70 – Identificazione di materiale in aree radioattive o 1977 – I laboratori Los Alamos rendono la tecnologia di pubblico dominio o Anni 80 – I primi tag passivi e le prime applicazioni in ambito commerciale o 2000 – I primi standard e l’interesse delle grandi aziende
  • 3. What is RFID Reader Antenna TagHost PC
  • 4. Principi di funzionamento • Il reader trasmette e riceve simultanemente • Il tag prende l’energia dalla trasmissione del reader • Il tag modula la sua impedenza di antenna che cambia la potenza di backscatter
  • 5. Principi di funzionamento • Trasmissione dati in backscattering • Modulazione di ampiezza
  • 6. The Great Seal Bug • Regalato nel 1946 da una scolaresca sovietica all’ambasciatore USA • Scoperto solo nel 1952 • Tra i primi esempi di tecnologia backscatter • Attivazione attraverso un campo a radiofrequenza esterno, quasi impossibile da rilevare • Principio di funzionamento molto simile alla moderna tecnologia UHF RFID
  • 7. Classificazione Bande di Frequenza Super Low Frequency Very Low Frequency Low Frequency Medium Frequency High Frequency Very High Frequency Ultra High Frequency UHF 3 Hz – 3 kHz 3-30 kHz 30-300 kHz 300kHz -3MHz 3-30 MHz 30-300 MHz 300MHz-3GHz time RFID:  900 MHz Preference GS1/ EPCglobal
  • 8. LF/HF vs. UHF • Accoppiamento magnetico • Freq. op. 130 kHz - 13.56 Mhz • Distanza di lettura < 1 mt. • Velocità di lettura limitata • Forte influenza dei metalli • Accoppiamento elettromagnetico • Freq. operativa 860 - 960 MHz • Distanza di lettura > 3 mt. • Alta velocità di lettura • Moderata influenza dei metalli
  • 9. RFID: LF … HF … UHF LF HF UHF
  • 10. ISO 18000-6A, 6B EPC 1,19; C1G1; C1G2 EM 4222; EM4223 ETSI EN 300 220 ETSI EN 302 208 Parte Radio Protocolli di comunicazione Standard RFID UHF
  • 11. 06/06/2014 CAEN Confidential 11 RFID Standardization Bodies - I • ETSI – European Telecommunication Standards Institute. Its role is to harmonize the usage of frequencies in Europe ISO – International Organization for Standardization. Its role is to define protocols and interfacing modes according to harmonized frequencies (in Europe: ETSI) International Telecommunication Union - Organization within the United Nations System where governments and the private sector coordinate global telecom networks and services
  • 12. 06/06/2014 CAEN Confidential 12 RFID Standardization Bodies - II • EPC Global. A Private company that holds the Intellectual Properties of the EPC project. Born in 2003 as a joint venture between EAN (European Article Numbering) and UCC (Uniform Code Council) Auto-ID Center. An M.I.T. Boston research group that created the EPC project (Electronic Product Code) GS1 (EAN-International - European Article Numbering). Industrial Association in charge of assigning identification numbers to products and companies worldwide
  • 13. 06/06/2014 CAEN Confidential 13 Communication Protocols Two main standards for the Long Range RFID system (UHF) Air interface communication (ReaderTAG and TAGReader ) ISO 18000 ISO 18000 - 3 at 13.56 MHz ISO 18000 - 6 at 860-930 MHz Different air interface standards based upon the Auto-ID Center's Electronic Product Code (EPC) referred to 13,56 MHz e 860-930 MHz frequencies. In Jan 2005 EPCglobal issues a new revision to overcome this standards non- uniformity. The second-generation EPC air interface standard is formerly known as Class 1 Generation 2 C1G2 and recently merged into ISO 18000-6C
  • 14. The ISO 18000 series Standard Code Description ISO 15961 RFID for Item Management: Host Interrogator; Tag functional commands and other syntax features ISO 15962 RFID for Item Management: Data Syntax ISO 15963 Unique Identification of RF tag and registration authority to manage the uniqueness ISO 18000 RFID for Item Management: Air Interface -1 Generic parameters -2 below 135 kHz -3 at 13.56 MHz -4 at 2.45 GHz -5 at 5.8 GHz -6 at UHF frequency band ISO 18001 RFID for Item Management: Application Requirement Profiles
  • 15. Standards di EPCglobal Shared Service Interactions EPCglobal Core Services and other Shared Services Company A Exchange of Physical objects with EPCs Exchange of data about EPCs 1010101010101 Company B
  • 16. EPC Electronic Product Code The Auto-ID Center has proposed a new Electronic Product Code as the next standard for identifying products. Header: EPC’s version number; EPC Mgr: 28 bits = 268,435,456  Manufacturer of the product Object Class: 24 bits = 16,777,216  Type of product, Serial Number: 36 bits = 68,719,476,736  unique product identifier Each manufacturer can have 16 million object classes and 68 billion serial numbers in each class
  • 17. RFID Today Long read range => new applications Low cost of tags/label => item level Globally accepted industry standards Big companies interest (DoD, WalMart, M&S, DHL …)
  • 18. Dock Door Smart Shelf Forklift ReaderMobile Reader Conveyor Portal UHF RFID Installations
  • 19. Which Markets • Retail • Supply chain logistic • Transportation • Waste management • Industrial automation • Cold chain logistic • Access control • ……
  • 20. Omnichannel retail & RFID
  • 21. RFID & Android: BYOD …
  • 22. RFID & Android: … e oltre
  • 23. Terminali industriali RFID: ieri e oggi
  • 24. • Spin-off of CAEN spa • The first Italian company providing UHF RFID products • Key player in the EU RFID scenario • Worldwide customers in manufacturing, logistics, transport, healthcare, fashion, retail… • Totally in-house HW, SW & support skills • Key partner in EU funded projects • An “added value manufacturer” Who we are
  • 25. What we do • UHF RFID Readers - easy2read® • UHF RFID Loggers - easy2log® • UHF RFID Custom Products • UHF RFID HW Integration
  • 26. Embedded Fixed Application Oriented easy2read® product line
  • 27. easy2log® product line • Huge amount of samples (4000 or 8000) • Long battery life • High accuracy (0.1°C typical) • Multiple configurable alarms • Standard RFID interface • Fast data download • Friendly manual interface • Remaining shelf life, ETA and MKT calculation
  • 28. • R&D with 30 years of experience • Continuous innovation of the products • Dynamism • Product customization • Commercial and technical training • Quick technical support during the customer integration process • Wide product proposals • Consultancy service on complementary products (UHF labels, special tags, UHF antennas) • Partner network (Label/tag/Antenna manufacturers, SW houses, System Integrators) Our Added Value
  • 29. How we work CAEN RFID HW solutions Technical support End Users System Integrators HW Manufacturers Solution Providers Distributors
  • 30. Our customers • Handheld and printer manufacturers • Industrial automation providers • System integrators and solution providers • Big companies with internal skilled IT dept. • Distributors/Resellers • End users only in cooperation with local partners
  • 31. Key customers and partners
  • 32. Handhelds/PDAs Compact OEM readers inside (A528, R1230C) WORKABOUT PRO IKON NEO
  • 33. Compact OEM readers inside (A528, R1230C) Handhelds/PDAs
  • 34. Printers
  • 35. Other devices
  • 36. Logistics/Industrial Manufacturing Kanban Process (ABB Drives) Roll cages tracking (Finnish Post) Vehicle Access Control in Glass Manufacturing (Asahi Glass, Moustier) Production Flow Management (Novaglass)
  • 37. Logistics/Industrial Manufacturing Warehouse Automation (Acciai Vender) Innovative tool for manufacturer Shipping material and pallet management (Colcafè) Production Flow Management (Malwee)
  • 38. Transportation Garbage Collection Monitoring (Aspropyrgos Municipality ) Waste Management Urban Mobility Management (PisaMo, Mover) Real Time Fleet Management (Settentrionale Trasporti)
  • 39. Transportation Train Monitoring (Circumvesuviana) • Vehicle Tracking System (Automotive Group) Car Manufacturing plant (Sada Group) Bicycle parking area (Cernusco sul Naviglio)
  • 40. Transportation Truck Tracing at Motorway and Harbour gates (Samer Shipping) TraceTracker Asset (Grunnarbeid)
  • 41. Healthcare ASSIST founded project Pharmacy (Datelka) OPERA founded project
  • 42. Fashion-Retail • Books Tagging in a Bookstore (BGN Boekhandels ) • Point of sales (Larusmiani) Customer experience (SAPAF) EAS - Electronic Article Surveillance
  • 43. Fashion-Retail Smart changing room, Inventory & EAS
  • 44. Cold Chain Pharmaceutical products (DHL) Vegetables (SydGront)
  • 45. Cold Chain Pharmaceutical products Transportation (Medlog) Vaccine Transportation (WINcat) Chocolate storage & transportation Lindt & Sprüngli
  • 46. FMCG/Leisure People access control The Santa Claus Village Faster, safer and more efficient supply chain (Parmacotto, Auchan) Security and Productivity
  • 47. Thanks for your attention… questions? Stefano Coluccini CMO CAEN RFID srl e-mail: s.coluccini@caenrfid.it http://www.youtube.com/user/CAENRFID

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