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  • AIDA Centre RFID Solutions Universal Postal Union

    Joan PonsManaging Director

    902 367 062 info@aidacentre.com www.aidacentre.com

    Av. Maresme 44 E-08918 BADALONA

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    Index00.

    1. Basics of RFID technology2. EPC Global Standards3. Tags performance4. AIDA Centre overview5. RFID Systems

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    1. Basics of RFID technology

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    Basic PrinciplesHow does RFID work?

    Interrogation

    Energy

    Clock

    Data

    Data

    Lecture on a large range Legible without direct visibility Simultaneous reads without direct visibility Reading and writing data on tags

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    Basic Principles What does a tag contain (RFID)?

    RFID in HF (13,56 MHz)

    RFID in UHF (~900 MHz)

    Dipole Antenna

    GroundingChip

    Condenser

    Coil Antenna

    Chip

    The chip may contain: Data ROM (identificator) Data R/W (information) A cryptographic processor

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    1. EPC Global Standards

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    1. Global standards

    Why are global standards important?

    REDUCE COMPLEXITY Within organizations Between organizations For HW and SW production and purchase decisions

    REDUCE COST Implementation HW and SW integration

    FACILITATE TRADING PARTNER COLLABORATIONALLOW ORGANIZATIONS TO FOCUS MORE ON HOW TO USE INFORMATION THAN HOW TO GET INFORMATION

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    Global standards Standards and technology

    GEN-2 The global standard for UHF

    Global regulatory compliance Fast read speed (up to 1.000 tags/s) Memory write (up to 7 tags/s) Dense reader operations (aloha algorithm) Kill security (32 bit password) Low cost potential

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    Global standards Regulatory infrastructure

    Spectrum allocation to allow use of GEN-2 UHF spectrum (860-960 MHz) Power regulations (2W erp/4W eirp) Significant progress made:

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    Global standards GEN-2 operation range

    GEN-2 can operate worldwide

    Same tag operates in Asia/Europe/US Have exceptional sensitivity across all regions No need to use different tags for different locations

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    1. Tags performance

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    Tags performance key points

    Product material types: paper, plastic, metal, liquid Orientation sensitivity Read range Form factor

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    Material dependence of global tags performance

    Tag performance can be affected by the type of material it is applied to, causing the antenna to be detuned. lower probability of read success. Choose the right tag for the right purpose: corrugated, metal, or liquid.

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    1. AIDA Centre RFID Solutions

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    AIDA Centres mission is to become a European leader in the field of RFID solutions, products, and technology.AIDA Centre researches and develops RFID technology and products for specific sectors, with the support of the Technical University of Catalonia, the Telecommunications Technology Centre of Catalonia, Philips, the Catalan Foundation for Research and Innovation, and the ESADE Business Schools.AIDA Centres shareholders are 6 individual partners ( forming a team with a strong background in RFID technology, research, technology, and business), the Catalan Foundation for Research and Innovation (controlled by the Generalitat de Catalunya regional government), Philips, and the VC fund Innova31 (which has as its main participants the Technical University of Catalonia, and the Caixa de Catalunya savings bank).AIDA Centre has closed and continues to seek preferential agreements with the main manufacturers of RFID technology.AIDA Centre is a member of EPC Global, the most important standards organisation in RF labelling and electronic product codes.

    1. AIDA Centres brief description

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    AIDA Centres role as a system integratorDesigning, integrating and deploying RFID solutions

    http://www.philips.es/index.html
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    AIDA Centre RFID SolutionsProprietary developed solutions

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    1. RFID Systems

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    Internal quality control and asset traceability

    Loading bay: reception/expedition delivery control Access tracepoint: internal logistics and production areas

    RFID systemsCorreos y Telgrafos

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    RFID systemsCorreos y Telgrafos

    FIXED SET UP

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    RFID systemsCorreos y Telgrafos

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    RFID systemsMobile unit

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    RFID systemsMobile unit

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    2 METERS EFFICIENCY 99,25%

    3 METERS EFFICIENCY 97,75%Unidad mvil 1 lectura 2 lectura 3 lectura 4 lectura 5 lectura 6 lectura 7 lectura 8 lectura

    48 49 48 50 49 49 48 50

    RFID systemsMobile unit

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    RFID systemsMobile unit

    RFID mobile system results: Autonomous T ransportable T rendy Robust A ffordable Convenient T ransportable Industrial Versatile E rgonomic

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    Visit us: www.aidacentre.comjpons@aidacentre.com

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