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RFID from Farm to Fork 15 September 2011 SoftCOM, Croatia
RFID from Farm to Fork 15 September 2011 SoftCOM, Croatia
RFID from Farm to Fork 15 September 2011 SoftCOM, Croatia
RFID from Farm to Fork 15 September 2011 SoftCOM, Croatia
RFID from Farm to Fork 15 September 2011 SoftCOM, Croatia
RFID from Farm to Fork 15 September 2011 SoftCOM, Croatia
RFID from Farm to Fork 15 September 2011 SoftCOM, Croatia
RFID from Farm to Fork 15 September 2011 SoftCOM, Croatia
RFID from Farm to Fork 15 September 2011 SoftCOM, Croatia
RFID from Farm to Fork 15 September 2011 SoftCOM, Croatia
RFID from Farm to Fork 15 September 2011 SoftCOM, Croatia
RFID from Farm to Fork 15 September 2011 SoftCOM, Croatia
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RFID from Farm to Fork 15 September 2011 SoftCOM, Croatia

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19th International Conference on Software, Telecommunications and Computer Networks …

19th International Conference on Software, Telecommunications and Computer Networks
co-sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society (COMSOC)

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  • 1. RFID - From Farm to Fork SoftCOM 2011 Conference Strengthening SME competitiveadvantage through RFID implementation Mira Trebar mira.trebar@fri.uni-lj.si Andrej Grah Alejandro Alvarez Melcon, Alfredo Parreno
  • 2. Objectives & benefits• Provide authentication of origin.• Promote safe and quality fish food.• Assure and improve traceability.• Implement cold chain control.• More efficient control of the supply chain.• Increased productivity through reduced wastage.
  • 3. EU Project ‘RFID-F2F’• RFID traceability system• Fish pilots – Slovenia & Spain 1 2 5 4 3
  • 4. Farmed fish supply chain• SMEs• Consumer• Business process• Track the product• Trace the data• Technology:  Barcode  RFID
  • 5. Approach & Methodology• Food traceability – Capture data (From Farm to Fork) – Query data (From Fork to Farm)• SCM Questions - Answers WHAT - Product WHEN – Time WHERE – Location WHY - Business step• Selection of technology – Barcode – RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) – EPC (UHF - 860 to 960 MHz)• GS1 Traceability standards• EPC Global Network – SCM partners
  • 6. Fixed/Handheld RFID readersFish farm CustomerProcessing Transport
  • 7. RFID in Cold chain
  • 8. Fish pilot - Slovenia• Collecting customer orders• Catch of fish• Processing – storing - Delivering
  • 9. Fish pilot - Spain• Growing fish• Catch the fish• Processing - Storing• Preparing orders - delivering
  • 10. Traceability web pagehttp://wmrfid.org/farm2fork/trace.html?uri=tag/302d6d4306800a400000014A
  • 11. Conclusion• Fish Supply Chain Traceability systems• Flexible, scalable and interoperable RFID systems• Solutions easily transferred to any business process of farmed fish• Use of a global EPC Information Service structure• Collecting, storing and displaying data - ‘From Farm to Fork‘
  • 12. RFID - From Farm to Fork Strengthening SME competitiveadvantage through RFID implementation

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