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ROLLING WITH NO RESISTANCE:
RFID FOR TIRES
RFID: THE NEXT STEP IN EVOLUTION
RFID technology uses radio waves
for instant, precise identification
of even hundreds tag...
RFID allows for identification of objects or items moving with speed up to tens of
kilometers.
WORK DONE QUICKLY
This feat...
Eliminate losses/mistakes (automatic verification of completion, packaging, shipping and
Logistics between shops, distribu...
AS BRILLIANT AS WHEEL
What RFID can offer for tire industry?
RFID advantages have been already experienced by such brands ...
RFID is used by tire manufacturers, dealers, fleet managers and retread companies.
Thanks to its flexibility RFID generate...
RFID tags can be attached to tire in 4 different ways:
• encapsulated in a patch and bonded to the inner liner or outside ...
What information may be stored in a tag?
• information for asset control and tracking purposes;
• information for storing ...
GOOD PRACTICES
Production rolling forward
Attaching RFID for tags improves production flow
as well as flexibility of chain...
With RFID, Kumho may monitor in a real time the level of use
of rubber for manufacturing specifing tire models.
Thanks to ...
How does Michelin use RFID?
Tag attached to tire makes it possible to identify tire instantly
and retrieve such crucial in...
Going straight to shops and service stations
RFID makes great job in shops, service stations and for
distributors.
Tires w...
Speeding technology
What is a difference between stock-taking with RFID and with barcodes?
GOOD PRACTICES (IN SHOPS)
Nice and pleasant stock-taking:
no visual contact between tag and RFID reader
tags are identified from several meters
whil...
Good news:
stock-taking precision: 99,7%
duration: shorter by 96%
number of scanned products: up to 300 in a second
turnov...
GOOD PRACTICES
Tires with RFID are a great suport for fleet managers.
And Goodyear knows something about it.
Goodyear’s ti...
Ewals Cargo Care is one of the brands that experienced
RFID advantages in fleet management. It operates in 18
countries an...
You will not get away with stolen tire
Transit companies suffer serious losses due to
frequent tires thefts.
Even if polic...
Contact us!
office@smart-tg.com
smart-tg.com
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Rolling with no resistance: RFID for tires

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The complete information on all advantages that RFID offers tire industry. This speeding technology makes production rolling forward and going straight into shops and dealers. It also increases drivers' security and helps in managing the fleet of trailers. This presentation is mandatory for producers, salesmen and distribiturs as well as fleet managers.

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Rolling with no resistance: RFID for tires

  1. 1. ROLLING WITH NO RESISTANCE: RFID FOR TIRES
  2. 2. RFID: THE NEXT STEP IN EVOLUTION RFID technology uses radio waves for instant, precise identification of even hundreds tags at once. This is the last and most perfect chain in the history of identification. Deprived of faults of previous solutions, RFID offers completely new quality for identification.
  3. 3. RFID allows for identification of objects or items moving with speed up to tens of kilometers. WORK DONE QUICKLY This feature makes RFID a perfect tool for tires identification.
  4. 4. Eliminate losses/mistakes (automatic verification of completion, packaging, shipping and Logistics between shops, distribution centers, warehouses). Make savings (human resources, transport). Increase sales – loyalty systems improving turnovers (info-kiosks, smart signage). RFID implementations all over the World in manufacture, warehouse management, transport, logistics and retail prove that due to RFID it is possible to: Optimize key processes (quicker identification, stock-taking, completion, products tracing). HERE COMES RFID AGE
  5. 5. AS BRILLIANT AS WHEEL What RFID can offer for tire industry? RFID advantages have been already experienced by such brands as:
  6. 6. RFID is used by tire manufacturers, dealers, fleet managers and retread companies. Thanks to its flexibility RFID generates advantages for producers, fleet managers, professional drivers and all road users. All you need for a fully functional RFID system is: RFID tags assembled in tireRFID reader (fixed and mobile) RFID antennas AS BRILLIANT AS WHEEL What RFID can offer for tire industry?
  7. 7. RFID tags can be attached to tire in 4 different ways: • encapsulated in a patch and bonded to the inner liner or outside surfaces; • adhered directly to the inner liner; • cured in the tire during the manufacturing process; • a sticker-applied tire label. AS BRILLIANT AS WHEEL What RFID can offer for tire industry?
  8. 8. What information may be stored in a tag? • information for asset control and tracking purposes; • information for storing and retrieving information useful for tire service management, as well as tracking. AS BRILLIANT AS WHEEL What RFID can offer for tire industry?
  9. 9. GOOD PRACTICES Production rolling forward Attaching RFID for tags improves production flow as well as flexibility of chain supply. This is what brought Kumho to RFID. All Kumho tires (35 millions tires manufactured per year) have tags. Company saves 9 million dollars. How is it possible? RFID allows for elimination of human mistakes at assembly lines, faster identification and tires tracking. Losses caused by lost tires are reduced, too.
  10. 10. With RFID, Kumho may monitor in a real time the level of use of rubber for manufacturing specifing tire models. Thanks to that, brand can take instant actions when some difficulties are spotted. The use of supplies has been optimized as well what brought serious savings. Kumho does not throw away out-of-date or unused rubber. Employees monitor supplies and know perfectly which rubber batch should be used as a first. Quality of Kumho tires has been improved as well. RFID allows for selecting the newest batch when rubber is the softest and pliant. Rubber in Kumho factory. GOOD PRACTICES Production rolling forward
  11. 11. How does Michelin use RFID? Tag attached to tire makes it possible to identify tire instantly and retrieve such crucial information as: • where and when it was manufactured; • what is its maximum inflation pressure; • what is its size. RFID tag includes car ID number – it is easy to link tire with a specific vehicle. RFID-equipped tire allows for effective recall when some problem occurs with a tire model. Informing drivers about recall takes less time and is cheaper. Security on the road is improved as well, according to TREAD (Transportation, Recall, Enhancement, Accountability and Documentation) Act passed by the US Congress. RFID tag attached to Michelin tire. GOOD PRACTICES Production rolling forward
  12. 12. Going straight to shops and service stations RFID makes great job in shops, service stations and for distributors. Tires with RFID tags attached to them can be inventoried in a flash. Specific models can tracked and traced much faster than ever. Staff effort is more effective and customers – more satisfied. That is how RFID is being used by Bridgestone America. Stock-taking with RFID. GOOD PRACTICES (IN SHOPS)
  13. 13. Speeding technology What is a difference between stock-taking with RFID and with barcodes? GOOD PRACTICES (IN SHOPS)
  14. 14. Nice and pleasant stock-taking: no visual contact between tag and RFID reader tags are identified from several meters while barcode can be read from 50 centimeters no more scanning from a close distance great time savings comfort for employees GOOD PRACTICES (IN SHOPS)
  15. 15. Good news: stock-taking precision: 99,7% duration: shorter by 96% number of scanned products: up to 300 in a second turnover increase: up to 10% GOOD PRACTICES (IN SHOPS)
  16. 16. GOOD PRACTICES Tires with RFID are a great suport for fleet managers. And Goodyear knows something about it. Goodyear’s tire, Regional RHT II RFID 435/50R19.5 has an attached that which is integrated with FleetOnlineSolutions, on-line application for tire management. Fleet operators now may reduce downtime. Drivers’ security is much greater as well. RFID transports convenience
  17. 17. Ewals Cargo Care is one of the brands that experienced RFID advantages in fleet management. It operates in 18 countries and own 4 300 trailers. „Such tires incredibly accelerates management proces: we can quickly and precisely identify specific products and assign them to trailers in our software. Tires thefts have been reduced as well” - Bart van Rens, Fleet Control Manager w Ewals. GOOD PRACTICES (FOR USERS) RFID transports convenience
  18. 18. You will not get away with stolen tire Transit companies suffer serious losses due to frequent tires thefts. Even if police officers find criminals, it is very difficult to prove where tires have been stolen from. Thieves rub off identification number and brand logos. RFID tag allows for identification in every situation: apart from that when tire was destroyed and tag removed. Stats show that thieves avoid tires marked with RFID logo. GOOD PRACTICES (FOR USERS)
  19. 19. Contact us! office@smart-tg.com smart-tg.com

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