Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Retail RFID Implementation Tracks Clothing Through the European Supply Chain

Alien Tech RFID for retail
Alien Technology teams up with Eren Holding to implement a high-volume RFID garment tracking installation in Istanbul, Turkey. The solution will provide end-to-end RFID traceability in the garment supply chain of retail stores (88) with a volume of nearly two million items. Eren Holding manufactures and distributes high-end garments, with brand names such as Lacoste, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Coach and Blank. ...

... "Eren Holding had a need to enhance its supply chain traceability process and reduce inventory control/labor costs, so it approached the Alien integrator, STS for a complete hardware and Oracle based software solution. Eren Holding’s main objective in adopting RFID was to provide 100 percent traceability of the clothing articles, from the manufacturing site to the distribution centers, and, finally, to the retail outlet. " ...


Via Alien Technology: RFID Retailing Installation in Europe with Lacoste, Calvin Klein and Burberry

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Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Mobile RFID Solution for Oracle by NCR

NCR integrates its radio frequency identification (RFID) software solution, called TransitionWorks for RFID and Mobility, with the Oracle ERP Suite to enable greater visibility into objects involved in supply chain business processes. ...

... "With the solution, Oracle's customers, including NCR, can augment current implementations of the Oracle E-Business Suite with updated, streamlined business processes. For example, if a warehouse forklift driver is directed to pick up a certain order, line items are automatically issued to that order as the RFID-enabled forklift retrieves pallets and moves them to a staging area or trailer. Conveyors can also be equipped with RFID readers, sensors and programmable logic controllers, allowing cases to be identified regardless of orientation and diverted down the correct lane. " ...


Via NCR: NCR Integrates RFID and Mobility Software with the Oracle E-Business Suite

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Monday, April 16, 2007

RFID Open-Standards Benefits Container Tracking Per Pilot

Recent active RFID pilot project using Oracle and Savi Technology infrastructure validates the need for common standards to realize benefits in port operations. RFID-enabled seaborne shipping containers provide real-time tracking status in the Asian supply chain tested in the pilot, using EPC Information Services (EPCIS), a draft standard championed by GS1 EPCglobal. The objective of this effort is to enable greater transport visibility across stakeholders, countries and continents. ...

... "The benefits seem clear, but many vendors and end users believe that the prerequisites for greater RFID adoption in this sector are a common nomenclature for RFID data, and a standard framework for the way in which that information is shared via open standards such as EPCIS. The EPCglobal pilot with Savi and Oracle represents a significant step towards the practical realization of a truly useful standard, notes Liard. It is the first real-world demonstration among port operators of the potential created when multiple trading partners and service providers can speak the same language. " ...


Via ABI ResearchContainer Tracking Pilot Highlights the Benefits of RFID Standards in Port Management

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Monday, February 16, 2004

RFID Tech News

Latest RFID Technology News...

Oracle reaffirms their RFID plans. The RFID tag cost and business case hurdle rate is explored. Infineon showcases their RFID electronics. And, UK's Tesco eyes RFID technology as a strong opportunity for benefits.

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