RFID for the Optimization of Business Processes

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RFID for the Optimization of Business Processes

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 280 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780470724224
  • DDC分類 658.787

基本説明

Includes chapters from experts such as software agents from Fraunhofer Institute IML, Dortmund; project guidelines from the Department of Logistics, University of Dortmund; Prof. Viola Schmidt on global privacy issues; and more.

Full Description


RFID, complemented by other Auto-ID technologies such as Barcode, NFC and sensor technology, can unlock huge benefits for enterprises and users, creating successful businesses with the combination of technology and processes. It is important to have an understanding of all aspects and properties of the technology, in order to see its potential. This solution-orientated book contains a comprehensive overview of RFID, explaining which elements can be applied with respect to specific project environments, and how RFID systems can be integrated into existing IT systems. It includes chapters and project guidelines written by top experts in the industry, covering global privacy issues and the history of EPCglobal, as well as: a discussion on current trends and developments in the RFID market, and the process-based and technological drivers behind it; a chapter on RFID legislation with a global perspective; descriptions of practical applications and twelve application scenarios, demonstrating the possibilities that have already been discovered with RFID.RFID for the Optimization of Business Processes is a descriptive introduction to the technology for business and technical managers, IT consulting experts and business process designers, as well as marketers of RFID technologies. The text will also be of great use to technical experts interested in business processes and also students studying the subject.

Table of Contents

Contributor                                        xi
Foreword xiii
Preface xv
Introduction 1 (8)
Vision, Reality and Market Drivers 9 (28)
Process Drivers 18 (5)
Security as a Driver 23 (5)
Mandates, Mentors and Sponsors 28 (5)
Technology Drivers 33 (4)
The RFID Market 37 (12)
The RFID Value Chain 37 (4)
Trends in the RFID Market 41 (3)
Application-Specific Trends in the RFID 44 (5)
Market
Business Process Structures 49 (46)
Evolution from Supply Chain to Supply Net 50 (6)
Strategies for Supply Chain Integration 56 (4)
Business Processes in the Retail and 60 (8)
Consumer Goods Industry
Business Processes in the Packaging 68 (9)
Industry
Business Processes for Container Systems 77 (7)
and Returnable Transport Item Systems
Economic Viability Analysis Methods 84 (11)
Virtual Identities 95 (26)
Object Websites 95 (3)
The EPCglobal Network 98 (4)
RFID Standards 102 (15)
GS1 EANCOM EDI Standard 117 (4)
IT Architectures and Services 121 (42)
RFID and Higher-Level IT Architectures 121 (16)
Software Agents 137 (14)
Real-Time Enterprise Infrastructure 151 (12)
Auto-ID/RFID Infrastructure 163 (34)
RFID Tags 163 (6)
RFID Readers and Antennas 169 (7)
Near-Field Technology (NFC) 176 (2)
Prerequisites for RFID Infrastructure 178 (13)
Implementation
Global Positioning with GPS/GPRS 191 (6)
Consumer Protection and Data Protection in 197 (12)
RFID Applications
RFID and Data Protection 197 (2)
General Data Protection Aspects 199 (1)
Data Protection Legislation Aspects of 200 (1)
Scenario 1
Data Protection Legislation Aspects of 200 (4)
Scenario 2
Data Protection Legislation Aspects of 204 (5)
Scenario 3
RFID Legislation in a Global Perspective 209 (12)
RFID Scenarios 209 (2)
Fair Information Practices for Personal 211 (1)
Data: Traditional Law
Fair Information Practices for RFID Data 212 (2)
RFID Law 214 (4)
RFID and Law: A Summary of the Situation 218 (3)
in 2007
Applications 221 (36)
Logistics Processes at Hewlett-Packard 221 (2)
Mobile Maintenance at Fraport 223 (2)
Locating Cars at Dat Autohus 225 (4)
Locating Persons in Hazard Areas 229 (2)
Electronic Ticketing in Public Transport 231 (3)
Systems
Application Scenarios for NFC Mobile 234 (2)
Telephones
Monitoring Components in Computer Centres 236 (4)
Aircraft Seat Quick-Change at Lufthansa 240 (3)
Trolley Asset Management at the Finnish 243 (2)
Post Office
Tracking Containers and Products at KPN 245 (4)
in the Netherlands
RFID Optimizes Garment Logistics at 249 (4)
Gardeur
Agent Technology in Intralogistics Systems 253 (4)
Appendix 257 (18)
References 257 (7)
Information Sources on the Internet 264 (3)
Glossary 267 (8)
Index 275