IDnova - RFID Vs. MRO. SNAM RETE GAS case study

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Radio Frequency Identification enabling Safety & Security of the industrial hazardous infrastructures.
mcT Safety & Security
November 28, 2013 - Milan, Italy

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IDnova - RFID Vs. MRO. SNAM RETE GAS case study

  1. 1. RFID Vs. MRO Maintenance, Repair and Operations SNAM RETE GAS, case study Radio Frequency Identification enabling Safety & Security of the industrial hazardous infrastructures IDnova – www.idnova.com
  2. 2. Awareness, risk management Leverage your informations to improve safety & security Continuous improvement Efficient production Maintenance process Control IDnova – www.idnova.com
  3. 3. Radio Frequency Identification Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is the wireless non-contact use of radio-frequency electromagnetic fields to transfer data, for the purposes of automatically identifying and tracking tags attached to objects. The tags contain electronically stored information. … http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radio-frequency_identification IDnova – www.idnova.com
  4. 4. RFID, permanent marking Worry about metals and liquids? Exceeded! Metals and liquids don't constitute a limit: the evolution of RFID technology has been made possible thanks to an improved understanding of the physics (signal propagation); Modern RFID tags, readers and antennas are innovative, rugged, reliable, intrinsically safe and designed to operate in harsh environments; An RFID tag is a permanent marking technology, which overcomes the limitations of traditional marking technologies, based on optical recognition (human or automatic – barcode). IDnova – www.idnova.com
  5. 5. RFID, application areas Logistics; Manufacturing – eg. WIP; Access control – people and Vehicles (AVI); Asset management; MRO; Waste management; Anti Counterfeiting and traceability; Payments; and many more... IDnova – www.idnova.com
  6. 6. RFID Vs. MRO System components ERP; Custom software developed for supporting field operations; RFID infrastructure, stationary and mobile; RFID tag, maybe of different form factor and materials. IDnova – www.idnova.com
  7. 7. RFID Vs. MRO Identify an object means also to detect its location. IDnova – www.idnova.com
  8. 8. RFID Vs. MRO Item on field... What is it? Where is it? Is it working properly? IDnova – www.idnova.com
  9. 9. RFID Vs. MRO RFID is the link between items on field (physical world) and the corporate management system; The item identity, expiration date audit-trail etc. can be stored directly on the object; IoT (Internet of Things)? Big data? IDnova – www.idnova.com
  10. 10. RFID Vs. MRO Less time and labor to streamline operations; Improves safety compliance; Increase asset visibility; Positive impact on products lifecycle management; Evident value and ROI. IDnova – www.idnova.com
  11. 11. IDnova: RFID engineering • • • • Consulting services; Site survey; Feasibility study; Defining projects requirements; • Design and planning. • Delivery of standard products; • Design and manufacturing of custom systems; • Installation services; • Commissioning; • Service and technical support. IDnova – www.idnova.com
  12. 12. SNAM RETE GAS case study RFID for maintenance, Repair and Operations – MRO IDnova – www.idnova.com
  13. 13. THE PROJECT Application: improve logistics and maintenance operations of mechanical and electrical parts in SNAM RETE GAS operational plants. Goal: to speed up operations and reduce human errors. RFID equipment: handheld read/write units & passive tags. Software: development of field automation software to support maintenance operations. System integration with the company ERP (SAP). IDnova – www.idnova.com
  14. 14. COLLABORATIVE SCENARIO Application-specific tag development: product not available on the market at time of customer’s request. Customer specifications set in 2009: • 13.56 MHz operating frequency • Tag for working on metal • Harsh environment working conditions • High tenacity adhesion on wet surfaces Product released starting 2010 Three-years running project at date. IDnova – www.idnova.com
  15. 15. HF Passive Read/Write transponder: tech features Operating Frequency: 13.56 MHz Available Technologies: I-Code -SLIX IC, compliant with communication protocol standard ISO/IEC15693 64-bit Unique Identifier (UID), 1024 bits EEPROM, OTP Memory lock Protection class: IP68 Water/heat/chemical resistant (most common solvents, fats, mineral and vegetal oils) Adhesive substrate for use in harsh environment: Adhesive on steel: 44.0 N/10m (90° tear off @ environmental temperature, after 72 h ) Static charge to break on iron: 1000 g @ 20°C; 500 g @ 70°C Operating Temperature (Read/Write): - 40°C + 90°C Storage Temperature: - 40°C + 90°C Size: diam. 25 mm, thickn. 10 mm IDnova – www.idnova.com
  16. 16. IDnova, an RFID company Since July 2006 IDnova develops, manufactures and sells ICT products based on RFID technologies, RTLS and smart sensors; Key expertise and experiences since 1997 in the areas of passive (LF, HF and UHF) and active RFID (ISM 2,45GHz) technologies, including devices working in harsh environments; In-house RFID design and integration capabilities (tag, antenna, interrogator, middleware); Full line of HF and UHF RFID products, including product families to cover short , mid and long range applications. IDnova – www.idnova.com
  17. 17. IDnova, an RFID company IDnova S.r.l. ITALY – 59100 Prato (PO) 3, Via Onorio Vannucchi +390574729797 www.idnova.com IDnova – www.idnova.com
  18. 18. Questions & November 28, 2013 - Milan, Italy Answers IDnova S.r.l. Mario Beltrami RFID Technical Solution Manager tsm@idnova.com | +390574729797 IDnova – www.idnova.com

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