An impact of radio frequency identityfication on supply.ppt

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  • 1. FAWAD AHMED FARUQI
  • 2.  BACKGROUND (RFID) as a technology was developed during the 1940s, the first industry uses were occurring during the 1980s in tracking and access applications . Intense Supply Chain due to heavy productions . Shift in supply chain trend . RFID can be used to automate and thus streamline identification processes, which means that more checkpoints along the supply chain can be established at decreased costs . FAWAD AHMED FARUQI
  • 3.  Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is an automatic identification method, relying on storing and remotely retrieving data using devices called RFID tags or transponders. An RFID tag is a small object that can be attached to or incorporated into a product, animal, or person.Transponder: An automatic device that transmits a message in response to a received signal FAWAD AHMED FARUQI
  • 4.  RFID tags contain silicon chips and antennas to enable them to receive and respond to radio- frequency queries from an RFID transceiver. Passive tags require no internal power source, whereas active tags require a power source Transceiver: a device which combines both transmission and reception capabilities within a single housing. It is a semiconductor device designed to send and receive digital data. FAWAD AHMED FARUQI
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  • 7. NetworkInfrastructure Applications Data Management System Reader Antenna RFID Tags RFID Reader FAWAD AHMED FARUQI
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  • 16.  How is RFID technology currently used in supply chain operations? How are supply chain management systems impacted by this use? FAWAD AHMED FARUQI
  • 17.  Based on the problem discussion, this study is conducted on two dimensional approaches.1) Identification of the significance of RFID in Supply Chain Management.2) Impacts of RFID in the Supply Chain Management. Further, this study shows the effects of RFID in the different companys supply chains. FAWAD AHMED FARUQI
  • 18.  RFID puts an positive impact on the Return On Investment. RFID is considered an effective tool to tracking information and improves both process efficiency and accuracy in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) supply chain. Handling efficiency: RFID allows the automatic identification of objects without line-of-sight. This reduces the manual data capturing effort. Theft: Even if RFID at the bottle may not prevent theft, it can help companies to detect weak points in the supply chain. Bullwhip effect: The adoption of RFID technology decrease in bullwhip effect due to mainly derives from real- time availability of demand data. FAWAD AHMED FARUQI
  • 19.  The researcher recommend that RFID deployment in supply chain helping the companies to compete more effectively in today’s complex global markets, RFID may appears an attractive tool for supply chain optimization. RFID technology, designed to tag and track objects, is in the context of supply chain management, essentially an inventory management tool. Bar code technology, another inventory management tool, is almost everywhere in supply chain logistics RFID’s unique characteristics to create new ways to implement innovative supply chain strategies. An “intelligent product”, for example, might dynamically adjust its expiration date based on changing environmental variables, dynamically re-price itself based on its age, location, or other lifecycle factors, or perhaps drive a dynamic picking process for stock rotation and Better supply chain visibility can bring many benefits, including reduced inventory and safety stock levels, and fewer stock-outs. FAWAD AHMED FARUQI