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Tracing the journey of food products right from the farm to the consumer’s plate.
More specifically, there are two aims that the project will try to achieve:
1. Report on how RFID can be employed in dairy supply chain, &
2. Analyze long term investment in RFID traceability systems.

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The existing & future role of RFID technology in Dairy Supply Chain from Farm to Fork Presentation Transcript

  • 1. The existing and future role of RFID technology in Dairy Supply Chain from
    Farm to Fork
    Shuhab-u-Tariq
    Aston Business School, UK
    Candidate ID: 389552
  • 2. Introduction
    Need for an end to end RFID food-traceability system | Why this topic?
    Methodology
    Risk Mitigation
    Project Plan
    Project Deliverables
    Success Criteria
    Ethical Issues
    Conclusion
    Agenda
  • 3. Food safety concerns are on a rise and so is the management cost of food traceability systems
    Aim is to trace the journey of food products right from the farm to the consumer’s plate
    Topic being broad, this project will narrow it down to “Dairy Supply Chain”
    Interestingly, not much research
    has been done in this area
    Introduction
  • 4. An extra layer of protection when a food borne illness occurs
    Better help investigate the root cause to any sort of food related concern
    To provide efficient & accurate ways to comply with regulations such as the European Food Law, etc.
    Helps prevent errors in order picking and shipping that plague the food industry
    Need for an end to end RFID food-traceability system
  • 5. Desktop Research
    University Library
    Trade Magazines
    Case Studies
    Videos & Other materials
    Once all the resources are tapped into and enough information has been gathered, it will be analyzed so as to fulfill the aim of the project.
    Methodology
  • 6. Risk Mitigation
  • 7. Keeping in mind all the risk and other factors, this project is planned according to the following stages:
    Stage 1: Overview of the project process (April-May)
    Stage 2: Topic Selection (May)
    Stage 3: Project Proposal (May)
    Stage 4: Literature Review (June)
    Stage 5: Research and Analysis (June-July)
    Stage 6: First draft of the dissertation (August)
    Stage 7: Submission (September)
    Project Plan
  • 8. A profound report on investment and technical issues related to RFID
    Outline of integrated large-scale traceability system across the dairy supply chain.
    Study of entire dairy supply chain to identify the gaps
    Assessment of future of RFID in European countries
    Explore potential innovations in this area
    Business Opportunity in usage of RFID
    Project Deliverables
  • 9. Since there is no client involved, if the aims of this report are met, the project can be considered successful
    Outline of the traceability system
    Discover innovative use of RFID
    All other aims and deliverables, as already discussed
    Success Criteria
  • 10. RFID gives confidence to stakeholders that the system is sustainable and ethical
    RFID satisfies aware consumer
    Provision of unaltered information
    Ensures transparency in the system
    Ethical Issues
  • 11.
    • Since the topic is so broad, a well-defined focus is missing in the proposal due to lack of enough research.
    • 12. Once the research is completed, the project will be highly focused and in-depth.
    • 13. Therefore, as of now, this proposal intends to give an idea of what the project is aiming to achieve.
    Conclusion
  • 14. Any Questions?