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RFID will lead the development of the circulation industry

HP technology (HP) announced the establishment of the first RFID Excellence Center in the Asia Pacific region with high sensor accuracy in April this year to provide customized RFID (radio frequency identification system) system simulation and solutions for the manufacturing and retail industries. HP's RFID solution is said to have assisted customers including Wal Mart, PG, FedEx, DHL, Nestle and Unilever to simplify inventory or logistics management procedures and improve the security and profitability of overall supply chain management. Wal Mart, the largest retailer in the United States, has activated Plan D that R6 and pbtfi can withstand relatively high temperature, requiring suppliers to use RFID technology on their products

rfid speeds up circulation

insiders pointed out that RFID technology will be widely used in logistics and retail industry in the next five years. When consumers buy goods, the goods in the shopping cart can obtain price and other information through a certain reader, and they can pay immediately. They don't have to settle accounts like they have to put the goods on the counter now. This technology can save consumers a lot of time. Through RFID technology, retailers can immediately know which shelf is empty and replenish it quickly. In addition to improving sales performance (the retail industry estimates that the operating income increased by rapid replenishment can reach 3% to 5% of the total operating income), it can also understand consumers' preferences for goods, increase the purchase of goods with high sales rate, and improve procurement efficiency and inventory pressure

the benefits of RFID Application in production process management also include reducing the time for operators to input data, reducing on-site stationing, reducing process card management time, reducing the inventory of assembly parts and components, and providing real-time information of manufactured goods. As for the application in retail stores, it can effectively achieve the automation of inventory management, such as unmanned receipt and efficiency inventory, intelligent shelves, anti-theft preservation and automatic replenishment

cost is the main problem

relevant people at Wal Mart said that the main obstacle to the development of RFID is the cost problem. The traditional barcode only needs the printing cost. Although the identification rate of RFID has not reached the standard required by retailers, Wal Mart and other well-known enterprises in the industry still apply this technology to warehousing first. In addition, FedEx also applies this system to the driver of express cars, so that the driver can wear an RFID transmitter on his wrist, which can not only automatically open the door, but also start the engine. IDC estimates that RFID spending in the U.S. retail supply chain is expected to rise from the current $100million to $1.3 billion in 2008

according to a senior person, its oil cylinder is composed of five parts: spherical support rod, pressure cap, working piston, spherical support and working oil cylinder. RFID is most useful in mail sorting and sealing operations, because RFID processing speed is very fast, it can not be limited by the direction of mail, and it can identify multiple objects at the same time, such as many pallets or mail bags in a container. RFID can also be used in all postal and parcel sorting systems, but it is expensive to use. However, the RF card has the functions of intelligent reading and writing and encrypted communication, and can be used many times. Therefore, it is more suitable for identifying reusable assets, such as container racks and containers in parcel transportation

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