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key part of the supply chain and primarily aims to control the movement and storage of materials within a warehouse and process the associated transactions, including shipping, receiving, put away and ...

key part of the supply chain and primarily aims to control the movement and storage of materials within a warehouse and process the associated transactions, including shipping, receiving, put away and picking. The systems also direct and optimize stock put away based on real-time information about the status of bin utilization. Warehouse management systems often utilize Auto ID Data Capture (AIDC) technology, such as barcode scanners, mobile computers, wireless LANs and potentially Radio-frequency identification (RFID) to efficiently monitor the flow of products. Once data has been collected, there is either batch synchronization with, or a real-time wireless transmission to a central database. The database can then provide useful reports about the status of goods in the warehouse. Warehouse Management monitors the progress of products through the warehouse. It involves the physical warehouse infrastructure, tracking systems, and communication between product stations. Warehouse management deals with receipt, storage and movement of goods, normally finished goods, to intermediate storage locations or to final customer. In the multi-echelon model for distribution, there are levels of warehouses, starting with the Central Warehouse(s), regional warehouses services by the central warehouses and retail warehouses at the third level services by the regional warehouses and so on.

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    • www.arumansoft.com 1
    • INTRODUCTIONkey part of the supply chain and primarily aims to control the movement andstorage of materials within a warehouse and process the associated transactions,including shipping, receiving, put away and picking. The systems also direct andoptimize stock put away based on real-time information about the status of binutilization. Warehouse management systems often utilize Auto ID Data Capture(AIDC) technology, such as barcode scanners, mobile computers, wireless LANsand potentially Radio-frequency identification (RFID) to efficiently monitor theflow of products. Once data has been collected, there is either batchsynchronization with, or a real-time wireless transmission to a central database.The database can then provide useful reports about the status of goods in thewarehouse. Warehouse Management monitors the progress of products throughthe warehouse. It involves the physical warehouse infrastructure, tracking systems,and communication between product stations. Warehouse management deals withreceipt, storage and movement of goods, normally finished goods, to intermediatestorage locations or to final customer. In the multi-echelon model for distribution,there are levels of warehouses, starting with the Central Warehouse(s), regionalwarehouses services by the central warehouses and retail warehouses at the thirdlevel services by the regional warehouses and so on.www.arumansoft.com 2
    • KEY FEATURE Client-server based inventory management software with Barcode enabled data capturing system. Complete visibility to management (from HO) on the inventory at factory as well as depot. Help the management for Production planning with inventory level at factory & Depot. Online Production Report with batch wise. FIFO for Dispatch. 100% accurate automatic data capturing facility in the dusty environment inside the factory. Eliminates any change of manipulations thus gives an accurate report online.PROPOSED SYSTEM The proposed solution suggests pasting or hanging or stitching RFID tags / labels on every carton / box / sack as its identity. The packages are of standard pack size in terms of quantities that gives an advantage of accurate quantity. The processes proposed in this solution are as under.www.arumansoft.com 3
    • PRODUCTION PROCESS As soon as the packing of items in packages is done at the productiondepartment, RFID tag will be printed as well as encoded (writing data in thechip of RFID tag) with the item description, Date of production etc by a printercum encoder machine. These packages will be moved to ware house. productionwww.arumansoft.com 4
    • WAREHOU SEwww.arumansoft.com 5
    • Warehouse Receipt• The products arrive at the warehouse from Vendor / Production at the gate of thewarehouse.• It is proposed to have a Dock Door (made of Four Antennas with a Readerconnected to the Computer / Server) wt the warehouse gate.• The cartons / boxes / sacks are unloaded on trolley / fork-lift at the unloadingramp.• Then this trolley / form-lift pass through the dock door to enter the warehouse.• While the trolley / fork-lift is passing through the dock door, the Antennas &Reader will read all the RFID Tags pasted on the packages.• This is achieved without any manual efforts and is done automatically while trolley/form-lift is in motion.• It means that 10-50-100 boxes (whatever is kept on the trolley) can be read within1-2 seconds.• The captured data is immediately passed on the computer / server instantly. Theprocess of receiving is fulfilled.• At this speed a complete truck load can be received by the system within the timeof physical unloading.• Even at this speed, accuracy is assured.www.arumansoft.com 6
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    • Warehouse Dispatch / Delivery• Delivery note / Invoice / Pick list generated from the enterprise software basedon the customer order• Based on this, items will be picked from the storage locations• Dock door with RFID readers / antenna will be installed at the gate• While the items are moved through the gate, all packages are automaticallyidentified by the RFID readers• Read items will be verified with the generated Delivery Note / Invoice / Pick list• Quantities of the items are also checked and an alert in the form of Audio orVisual alarm can be generated for any mismatcheswww.arumansoft.com 8
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    • Suggested Hardware Equipments Item Description Image Applicatio n ARU 1006 Dimensions:101.6×50.8mm (4×2in) For fixing Base material: PET; aluminum RFID Case material: Paper on each smart Operating frequency: 860-960MHz items label Supported standard: EPCglobal Class 1 Gen 2; ISO 18000-6C Read distance: Up to 7m (Reader dependent) Chip type: UCODE G2XL,Memory:240- bit EPC; 64-bit TID; Functionality: Read/Write ARU 1007 Frequency :UHF Tag Standard : EPC Class 1 Gen 2 Barcode Print width : 4 inches encoding & Printer Resolution : 203 DPI printing Print Speed : 10 inches per second www.arumansoft.com 10
    • ARU RFID handheld reader (with Physical PDA)1003 OS : WinCE VerificationHandhel Display: 3.5 in., 240X320 digitald colorReader TFT touch screen, with touch pen Reading Range:0.5M Power Consumed:DC+5VARU UHF 4-antennas reader Gate reader for Frequency:1004 860MHz-868MHz(CE) automaticReader Protocol: ISO18000-6B EPC G2 readingwith Interface : TCP/IP, RS232 of passing itemsantenna Antenna: One~Four Antenna /SMA Reading Range:12 m Power Consumed:DC+9V/12Vwww.arumansoft.com 11
    • ADVANTAGESMajor Benefits of Automation in WarehouseAccuracy of data input (error free)Aid effective management of resources and inventoriesReal time data collectionMeasurement of work in progress throughout the factoryRapid access to total production costsMore accurate dispatchAccurate and efficient in data readingNo queuing even during peak timeNo need of experienced hands to operate the machinewww.arumansoft.com 12
    • ARUMAN SOFTWARE Technologies Pvt. Ltd Email: sales@arumansoft.com PRESENTED BY:- saurav suman saurav_suman0906@hotmail.comwww.arumansoft.com 13