RFID from Farm to Fork 15 September 2011 SoftCOM, Croatia

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19th International Conference on Software, Telecommunications and Computer Networks
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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