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  • You want to receive pharmaceuticals from here
  • Counterfeits are created without any regulations (india)
  • 951 pharmaceuticals per second (30*10*^9/365/86400)
  • 951 pharmaceuticals per second (30*10*^9/365/86400)
  • We assume 0.11 EUR per kB
  • We assume 0.11 EUR per kB
  • ACS: Extends EPCglobal architecture on server site byManaging of encryption keys,Creation of individual access rights, andLogging of granted access rights.Access rights are individually adapted with the help ofPre-defined role-based access criteria, Interpretation of trust scoring for a certain client, andAnalysis of history of granted rights based on pre-conditions.
  • ACC: Extends EPCglobal architecture on client site byEncrypting requests and decrypting responses,Obtaining decryption details for event data, andEnforcing real-time access control and filtering of event data.Moves processing impact from EPCIS repository to clientsSupports identification of supply chain parties

SAPPHIRE NOW 2011: Business Impacts of RFID-aided Supply Chains SAPPHIRE NOW 2011: Business Impacts of RFID-aided Supply Chains Presentation Transcript

  • Business Impacts of RFID-aided Supply Chains Research Results from the Hasso Plattner Institute
    2011 SAPPHIRE NOW
    May 16-18, 2011 – Orlando, Florida
    Matthieu-P. Schapranow
    Hasso Plattner Institute
  • Agenda
    Key Facts about the Hasso Plattner Institute
    European Pharmaceutical Supply Chain
    RFID-aided Supply Chains
    Event Repositories
    Anti-Counterfeiting
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  • Key Facts about the Hasso Plattner InstituteInternals
    Founded as a public-private partnershipin 1998 in Potsdam near Berlin, Germany
    Institute belongs to theUniversity of Potsdam
    Ranked 1st in CHE 2009 and 2010
    500 B.Sc. and M.Sc. students
    10 professors, 92 PhD students
    Course of study: IT Systems Engineering
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  • Key Facts about the Hasso Plattner InstituteResearch Group Hasso Plattner / Alexander Zeier
    Research focus: real customer data for enterprisesoftware and design of complex applications
    In-Memory Data Management for Enterprise Applications
    Human-Centered Software Design and Engineering
    Maintenance and Evolution of SOA Systems
    Integration of RFID Technology in Enterprise Platforms
    Cooperations
    Academic: Stanford, MIT, etc.
    Industry: SAP, Siemens, Audi, etc.
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  • Key Facts about the Hasso Plattner InstituteWhat can we do for you?
    Network between industry and academia,e.g. European section of the
    Curriculum
    RFID seminars for graduate / undergraduate students
    Trends & concepts lecture (Prof. Hasso Plattner)
    Enterprise Application Architecture Laboratory
    Enterprise software, e.g. SAP, Microsoft, etc.
    Equipped RFID Lab, e.g. deister electronic, noFilis, etc.
    Concrete sizing and simulation of customer supply chains
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  • European Pharmaceutical Supply ChainManufacturing
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  • European Pharmaceutical Supply ChainCounterfeits
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  • RFID-aided Supply ChainsComponents for Anti-counterfeiting
    Anti-counterfeiting service provider validates authenticity of concrete item for customers, e.g. in a pharmacy
    Discovery Service supports to identify appropriate Electronic Product Code Information Services (EPCIS) repository
    EPCIS repository contains all event data for handled products of a certain supply chain partner
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  • RFID-aided Supply ChainsParties
    Approx. 30 billion pharmaceuticals in Europe per year
    Supply Chain Roles
    Manufacturers: ≈2.2k
    Wholesalers: ≈50k
    Retailers: ≈140k
    Logistics Providers
    End Consumers
    Service Provider for Anti-Counterfeiting
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  • RFID-aided Supply ChainsRFID Enablement
    Two main operating models:on-premise vs. on-demand
    Provider of an on-demandsolution operates requiredhardware and softwarefor RFID enablement centrally
    Costs advance of an on-demand> 88% compared to on-premise
    On-demand reduces costs forsetup and software
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  • RFID-aided Supply ChainsAmortization
    Model supply chain of length l=4, amortization period a=5 years:
    s
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  • RFID-aided Supply ChainsEvents
    Production rate: ≈951 pharmaceuticals per second
    At least 8 events per item are expected (lower threshold)
    1x manufacturer: CREATE + SHIP
    2x wholesaler: RECEIVE + SHIP
    1x retailer: RECEIVE + SELL
    Events in the global supply chain: ≈7,608 / s
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  • RFID-aided Supply ChainsNetwork Traffic for Operating a Service Provider
    Network traffic c, p pharmaceutical goods, supply chain length l
    For the European pharmaceutical supply chain:
    p=30 billion,
    and l=4:
    c=137.19TB / 18,965 USD per year
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  • HPI Research ResultsReal-time Security Extensions
    Problem: Granularity of protection, e.g. event- vs. attribute-level
    Hypotheses:
    In-memory is feasible for fine-grained access control
    Insert-only reflects data pattern for EPC networks
    Keeping a history of all queries supports access control
    Access rights can be adapted in real-time without specifying restrictions explicitly
    Rule-set can be applied in parallel
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  • HPI Research ResultsQuery EPC Event Data
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  • HPI Research ResultsFilter Data and Control Access
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  • HPI Research ResultsDiscovery Service
    Prototype for EPCglobal Discovery Service
    Based on in-memory technology
    Performance results are applicable for pharmaceutical supply chain
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  • What to take home?
    Challenges in the pharmaceutical supply chain
    Investments for RFID enablement and operational costs for an anti-counterfeiting service provider are adequate
    HPI prototypes based on in-memory technology fit for demands of the pharmaceutical supply chain
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  • Thank you for your interest!Keep in contact with us.
    Hasso Plattner InstituteEnterprise Platform & Integration ConceptsMatthieu-P. SchapranowAugust-Bebel-Str. 8814482 Potsdam, Germany
    Business Impacts of RFID-aided Supply Chains, Schapranow, SAPPHIRE NOW, May 18, 2011
    Responsible: Deputy Prof. of Prof. Hasso PlattnerDr. Alexander Zeierzeier@hpi.uni-potsdam.de
    Matthieu-P. Schapranow, M.Sc.
    matthieu.schapranow@hpi.uni-potsdam.de
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