MADE BY:<br />GROUP 1<br />
RFID TECHNOLOGY<br />Radio frequency identification<br />Key components of RFID<br />1}  An RFID tag<br />2}  An RFID read...
RFID- Process<br />
Applications of RFID<br />Asset management.<br />Production Tracking.<br />Inventory Control.<br />Pricing and Promotion.<...
Advantages &Concerns Surrounding RFID<br />Advantages:<br /><ul><li>standardized and scalable approach.
reliable and cost-effective.</li></ul>Concerns Surrounding RFID:<br /><ul><li>Privacy concerns.
High investment.
Health concerns.
Limited range.</li></li></ul><li>Invented in 1948 by Harry Stockman. <br />Initial application was during World War II-The...
RFID VS BAR CODE<br />ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVELLIANCE SYSTEM OFFERS A TIGHT SECURITY CONTROL OVER LOSS OF BOOKS <br />REDU...
RFID CARDS<br />RFID INLAY IS INSERTED IN A PLASTIC CARD<br />CARD HAS AN ELECTRONIC CHIP AND AN ANTENNA IN IT LIKE A TAG ...
MID RANGE READER<br />IT IS CONNECTED TO A WORKSTATION OR A NETWORK<br />READER IS ATTACHED TO A PAD ANTENNA , ON WHICH TH...
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  1. 1. MADE BY:<br />GROUP 1<br />
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  4. 4. RFID TECHNOLOGY<br />Radio frequency identification<br />Key components of RFID<br />1} An RFID tag<br />2} An RFID reader<br />3} An RFID antenna<br />4} An RFID station<br />
  5. 5. RFID- Process<br />
  6. 6. Applications of RFID<br />Asset management.<br />Production Tracking.<br />Inventory Control.<br />Pricing and Promotion.<br />Shipping & Receiving.<br />Regulatory Compliance.<br />Returns & Recall Management.<br />Transportation.<br />Service and Warranty Authorizations.<br />
  7. 7. Advantages &Concerns Surrounding RFID<br />Advantages:<br /><ul><li>standardized and scalable approach.
  8. 8. reliable and cost-effective.</li></ul>Concerns Surrounding RFID:<br /><ul><li>Privacy concerns.
  9. 9. High investment.
  10. 10. Health concerns.
  11. 11. Limited range.</li></li></ul><li>Invented in 1948 by Harry Stockman. <br />Initial application was during World War II-The UnitedKingdom used RFID devices to distinguish returningEnglish airplanes from inbound German ones. RADARwas only able to signal the presence of a plane, notthe kind of plane it was..<br />
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  15. 15. RFID VS BAR CODE<br />ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVELLIANCE SYSTEM OFFERS A TIGHT SECURITY CONTROL OVER LOSS OF BOOKS <br />REDUCES HUMAN INTERVENTION TO A GREAT EXTENT , CAN ACT AS A SELF CHECK SYSTEM <br />INFORMATION ON THE TAG CAN BE UPDATED WITHOUT REMOVING THE TAG FROM THE BOOK <br />IT IS NOT THE CASE WITH BAR CODES<br />SYSTEM IS MORE TIME CONSUMING AS A SINGLE ITEM HAS TO BE SCANNED SEPARATELY.<br />RESTRICTIONS ON UPDATING INFORMATION ON A BARCODE<br />
  16. 16. RFID CARDS<br />RFID INLAY IS INSERTED IN A PLASTIC CARD<br />CARD HAS AN ELECTRONIC CHIP AND AN ANTENNA IN IT LIKE A TAG , INSTEAD OF A BARCODE <br />
  17. 17. MID RANGE READER<br />IT IS CONNECTED TO A WORKSTATION OR A NETWORK<br />READER IS ATTACHED TO A PAD ANTENNA , ON WHICH THE BOOKS ARE PLACED <br />SUPPORTS ALL RFID FUNCTIONS, ALLOWING IDENTIFYING MULTIPLE LABELS <br />
  18. 18. CONSTRAINTS COUNTERED WHILE USING RFID<br />MANUFACTURING OF RFID HARDWARE IS AT A NASCENT STAGE IN INDIA <br />PHYSICAL LIMITATION OF THE TECHNOLOGY IS THE INABILITY TO READ THROUGH METALS OR LIQUIDS <br />EXTREMELY HIGH COST OF THE TAG IS A MAJOR LIMITATION<br />
  19. 19. CONSTRAINTS(CONT.)<br />CAPACITY TO READ DECREASES AS THE TAG GETS OLDER AND EVEN SOMETIMES IT IS TIME CONSUMING TO READ THE TAG THROUGH BOUNDED BOOKS <br />PHYSICAL DAMAGE DONE BY STUDENTS CANNOT BE AVOIDED<br />RETURNS ARE NOT VERY ATTRACTIVE AS THE COST OF LABOUR IS NOT VERY HIGH IN INDIA<br />

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