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1 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 1 Logistik, Material- und Produktionswirtschaft 2007 Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in der Logistik Stand: November 2008

2 Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) - System Ein RFID-System besteht aus –RFID Tag (mit einer weltweit eindeutigen Seriennummer) Active Tags Passive Tags –RFID Lesegerät –RFID Middleware (Hardware- und Software) –RFID Backend zur Verarbeitung der Informationen Einführung RFID: Hansen /Neumann, Wirtschaftsinformatik 2, 9. Auflage, Hanser Verlag, UTB Taschenbücher, Lucius & Lucius, Stuttgart 2005, S. 171 ff. 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 2

3 Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Elektronische Etiketten Kontaktloses Lesen über Funk in unterschied- lichen Frequenzbereichen (cm…ca. 30…100 m) RFID Etikett (Tag) besteht aus –Träger, Gehäuse –Antenne –Analoger Schaltkreis zum Senden und Empfangen (Transponder, Transmitter/Responder) –Datenspeicher (im einfachsten Fall 1 Bit) –Prozessor (von Neumann Architektur, Prozessorbefehlsatz, –Zusatzkomponenten wie GPS, Temperaturfühler, … –Kryptographische Komponenten 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 3

4 Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) - Topics Technology –Die Systeme arbeiten in unterschiedlichen Frequenzbereichen –Das Lesegerät induziert über ein elektrisches Feld und die Antenne des RFID Tags eine Spannung –Durch die Spannung übermittelt das Tag Informationen an den Leser –Man unterscheidet Tags, die einmal beschrieben und mehrfach gelesen werden können (WORM) und solchen die mehrfach gelesen werden können 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 4

5 RFID-Frequenzbereiche Langwelle, HF, 30 – 500 kHz Kurzwelle, 3-30 MHz UHF, 865 –Bis 869 MHz in Europa –Bis 950 MHz in USA, Asien SHF, 2.45 GHz oder 5.8 GHz 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 5

6 RFID und Electronic Product Code (EPC) http://www.epcglobal.com 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 6

7 RFID - Kollisionskontrolle Pulk-Erkennung Mehrere Tags können vom Reader „gleichzeitig“ gelesen werden 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 7

8 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 8 http://www.motorola.com/business/US-EN/MC9090-G_RFID_US- EN.do?vgnextoid=b4ee98ee03ef5110VgnVCM1000008406b00aRCRD MC9090-G RFID Handheld Mobile Computer Motorola's MC9090-G RFID handheld reader gives your workers the ability to capture a comprehensive range of data — from RFID tags and bar codes to images — with this flexible multi-function RFID handheld reader, which reads data in remote areas where fixed RFID readers can't reach. Single device simplicity translates into simpler and cost-effective mobility architecture with fewer devices to purchase, support, and manage. And whether your workers are on the manufacturing floor, in the warehouse, on the loading dock or out in the yard, the rugged design ensures reliable performance

9 RFID Handlesegerät 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 9 Quelle: http://www.wikipedia.de, RFID http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radio_Frequency_Identificationhttp://www.wikipedia.de

10 RFID Beispiel, Fixed RFID Reader, Motorola 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 10 XR450 Fixed RFID Reader Motorola’s XR450 RFID reader is an industrial- class, fixed RFID reader designed for business- critical, dense-reader deployments. With both mono-static and bi-static antenna operation capability, it has the flexibility to meet a wide range of application and environment needs. Quelle: http://www.motorola.com/business/US- EN/XR450+Fixed+RFID+Reader_US- En.do?vgnextoid=da40c9c0c632c110VgnVCM1000008406b00aRC RDhttp://www.motorola.com/business/US- EN/XR450+Fixed+RFID+Reader_US- En.do?vgnextoid=da40c9c0c632c110VgnVCM1000008406b00aRC RD

11 RFID-Chip mit Antenne 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 11 Quelle: http://www.wikipedia.de, RFID http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radio_Frequency_Identificationhttp://www.wikipedia.de

12 RFID Transponder 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 12 Quelle: http://www.wikipedia.de, RFID http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radio_Frequency_Identificationhttp://www.wikipedia.de

13 RFID Products – Tags (www.superrfid.net)www.superrfid.net SP-K100 read only tags General Standard Tag Long distance automatic identification (2-80m and above) Anti collision capability, simultaneously identification up to 200 High speed Multi channel identification capability Globally compatible ISM band 2.45GHZ Unique power saving mode design Time division multi address technology based on HDLC and synchronized communication mechanism Long duration period of 6 to 8 years Solid state encapsulation, preventive of high strength dropping and vibration 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 13

14 RFID Products – Tags (www.superrfid.net)www.superrfid.net SP-K300RW Series General Standard Tag (96Bytes,1K,4K,16K) 4 types of different memory to choose. SP-K301 96 Bytes RW Tag SP-K302 1K Bytes RW Tag SP-K303 4K Bytes RW Tag SP-K304 16K Bytes RW Tag It is our latest version of general active read/writable tag, which is usually credit card shape with different colors. 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 14

15 RFID Products – Tags (www.superrfid.net)www.superrfid.net SP-K300RW Series General Standard Tag (96Bytes,1K,4K,16K) Long range automatic identification (maximum distance is 2-50m adjustable) Reader can write data into tags and update data conveniently Anti collision capability, simultaneously identification up to 200 High speed Multi channel identification capability Globally free ISM 2.45GHZ microwave frequency band Ultra low RF transmission power consumption, healthier and safer Unique power saving mode design with long work life from 6 to 8 years Time division multi address technology based on HDLC and synchronized communication mechanism Provide simple and clear instructions and memory area for customers, memory size can be different and customized Anti-jamming capability, tolerance of interfering sources at the scene Solid state encapsulation, tolerance of high strength dropping and vibration, preventive of disassembling Meet harsh industrial environment requirements 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 15

16 RFID Products – Reader (www.superrfid.net)www.superrfid.net SP-D300.., http://www.superrfid.nethttp://www.superrfid.net 2.45 GHz Reader Collecting and upload data from tags automatically Wireless or serial port Reading Range: 50 m Anti-collision techniques, simultan-eously identifying up to 200 tags Encrypted and certified to assure data safety Channel isolation, no interferences between equipments 4,4 kg, 260x260x70 mm Temperature -60 … + 80 Grad Celsius Work live 15 years 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 16

17 RFID Products – e-Lock (www.superrfid.net)www.superrfid.net SP-eLock-100 long range e-Lock The basic function of SP-sLock is the same as traditional lock. However, only authorized person can lock and unlock it. It can be used for transportation of valuable goods since it can keep record of who lock and unlock it and when he does it during the whole course. Unauthorized unlock and breaking can be recorded too. 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 17

18 RFID Products: http://www.gaorfid.comhttp://www.gaorfid.com RFID Readers - 125kHz (LF) RFID Tags - 125kHz (LF) RFID Readers - 134kHz (LF) RFID Tags - 134kHz (LF) RFID Readers - 13.56MHz (HF) RFID Tags - 13.56MHz (HF) RFID Readers - 865MHz (UHF) RFID Tags - 865MHz (UHF) RFID Readers - 900MHz (UHF) RFID Tags - 902 to 928MHz (UHF) RFID Readers - Gen 2 EPC (UHF) RFID Tags - Gen 2 EPC (UHF) RFID Active Readers - 433MHz RFID Active Tags - 433MHz RFID Active Readers - 2.45GHz RFID Active Tags - 2.45GHz RFID Semi-Passive Readers RFID Semi-Passive Tags RFID On-Metal Gen 2 EPC Tags RFID Portals RFID Antenna RFID Peripherals RFID Embedded Modules 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 18

19 RFID Beispiele, GAO 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 19

20 RFID Beispiele, GAO Tracking and Locating Made Easier Once Wal-Mart and the Department of Defense (DoD) identified RFID as a potential cost reduction technology many companies began to use RFID to track product flow. RFID is being used to identify inbound and outbound product. RFID is being used in the warehouse to locate product. It is being used in manufacturing and processing industries to track and locate WIP (Work in Progress) and finished goods. RFID is being used to monitor and track product in transit, and RFID is being used to ensure store shelves are replenished. GAO RFID understands that the Supply Chain requires more than one type of RFID technology to satisfy all these different requirements and has developed different solutions for tracking as well locating. 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 20

21 RFID Beispiele, GAO 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 21

22 RFID Beispiele, GAO Passive Tracking Solutions (PTS) GAO RFID has a full compliment of EPC GEN 2 compliant solutions. GAO RFID’s software, readers, tags and printers are designed for use in the supply chain. LocateWare™ is a universal RFID reader software designed to facilitate the tracking and movement of goods in and out of a facility and between zones. GAO also has full range of RFID readers which include the GenTop™, a desktop RFID reader that can read/write one tag at a time to versatile handheld terminals for portable operation to the RFID industry’s number one fixed reader as per a recent study by ODIN technologies. When it comes to RFID tags, GAO RFID has access to all major RFID inlay providers and converters. These relationships help us keep our tag cost down and the quality high. 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 22

23 RFID Beispiele, GAO 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 23 125KHz RFID LF Bluetooth Reader Model 221013

24 RFID Beispiele, GAO Frequency: 125KHZ, Compatible with EM4100, EM4102, TK4100, TK4102 Reading Distance: 0~7 CM (tags dependent) Size: 82mm x 52.3mm x 25.8mm Weight: < 98 g Communication Interface: Wireless Bluetooth; USB Antenna Connection: Built-in Bluetooth Transmission Distance: > 10 M Reading Time: 0.1 S Power Consumption: < 0.8 W Operating Voltage: DC 3.7V to 4.2 V Bluetooth Standard: Class Two Re-chargeable Lithium Battery: 950mAh, DC3.7V Communication Baud Rate: 9600 bps Humidity: 5% to 90% relative Operating Temperature: -20° to 65° Storage Temperature: -25° to 85° 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 24

25 RFID Beispiele, GAO 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 25 125kHz RFID LF Rugged Handheld Reader/Writer Model 221008

26 Specifications - 125kHz RFID LF Rugged Handheld Reader/Writer Frequency 125kHz Standard deployment ASK Manchester coding, EM Compatible 64Bits Reading distance 20mm to 30mm Time of identity Less than 1s Power supply Re-chargeable Lithium battery (1500mAh) Power consumption Less than 2W in reading state, 0W in idle state Environmental Sealing IP54 Standard. Anti-shock / Dust- proof Data interface RS232 Operating temperature -5 ℃ to 50 ℃ Boundary dimension 185mm × 70mm × 35mm 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 26

27 GAORFID Einsatzbeispiel – HID Model 221 001 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 27 125 kHz Low Frequency (LF) PDA CF Interface RFID Reader – HID Model 221001

28 GAORFID Einsatzbeispiel – HID Model 221 001 Specifications - 125 kHz Low Frequency (LF) PDA CF Interface RFID Reader Power requirements: CF connector from PDA Housing: CF Card Type 1 Baud rate: 19200 bps 8,N,1 No Flow Control Data Structure: STX, DATA, CR, LF Frequency: 125 KHz. (LF-Low Frequency), ASK Read Distance: 2cm to 5 cm (1 to 2 in.) Transponders Supported: 64 bits Manchester coding Technical Certificates: CE, FCC Dimensions: L 69.0 mm × W 55.0 mm × H 9.6 mm with cover Weight: ~ 25g. 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 28

29 Einsatzbereiche (Quelle: http://www.superrfid.net)http://www.superrfid.net Student leaving/arriving school and message service system (Schulkinder) Vehicle Access Control System People tracking and management system for hospital, old people caring center Cold chain (food and temperature sensitive medication transportation) Supply chain asset management and warehouse goods searching system 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 29

30 Einsatzbereiche (Quelle: http://www.superrfid.net)http://www.superrfid.net Container transportation using eSeal/eLock Automativ vehicle Identification and city traffic management ssytem People tracking and locating system for Mining 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 30

31 RFID Container Transportation (http://www.superrfidnet) 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 31

32 Gegener des RFID-Einsatzes machen Mobil 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 32 Quelle: http://www.wikipedia.de, RFID http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radio_Frequency_Identificationhttp://www.wikipedia.de

33 Ausgewählte Standards im Bereich RFID VDI 4470, 4472 ISO/IEC 18 0000 Electronic Product Code (EPC) ISO 10374, ISO 17363, Container Identifizierung, Supply Chain Applications 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 33

34 RFID – Internet Quellen http://www.superrfid.net http://www.gaorfid.com http://www.rfidproductnews.com http://www.rfidrnc.com http://www.active-cards.de http://www.obs-ag.de http://www.motorola.com ; http://www.motorola.com/Business/US- EN/Business+Product+and+Services/RFIDhttp://www.motorola.com http://www.motorola.com/Business/US- EN/Business+Product+and+Services/RFID http://www.epcglobal.com http://www.http://www 03.04.2015 prof. dr. dieter steinmann d.steinmann@fh-trier.de Seite: 34


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