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The global application of RFID

good morning, leaders, guests and experts. Today I'm talking about RFID. I'm not an expert on RFID, but I'll introduce the global application of RFID and the situation of RFID in China. Today, I will use supply chain as an example to introduce to you

as we all know, China has become the manufacturing capital of the world. This is not what we Chinese say, but what the world recognizes. It is that China has become a powerful manufacturing giant. In South China, we have 950000 manufacturing plants. 75% of the top 100 factories of Wal Mart's global non physical suppliers are in China, and most of them are in the south. Therefore, it is very important for industrialists, the country and each of us to see that China's advanced physical products use it to help the industry and increase their efficiency

today I will talk about how to use RFID to make the virtual supply chain information. First of all, when did RFID start? RFID technology is not very new. It is about 20 years old. Scientists around the world have studied RFID for more than 20 years, but its application began in 2003. In 2003, Wal Mart said that the top 100 suppliers must use RFID in 2005, and the delivery to me must be recorded with RFID

up to now, Wal Mart has 12 sorting centers in the United States, and eight of them have been installed. Now many factories in southern China have begun to use RFID. Because Wal Mart wants them to do so, Wal Mart is the world's largest revenue company, with annual sales of $260billion. It will start, and other companies will follow. In the year of 7-ELEVEN, it was also said that you supplied commercial RFID, and Hannaford also used it. In 2004, like Wal Mart, the top 100 suppliers used RFID. From these big companies to RFID all at once, I said that in 2003 and 2004, these big companies used RFID

rfid is one of the mobile solutions. Now let me explain what mobile solutions are? Take a look at the history of our it. In the 1960s, everyone said that what is a computer? It is a big computer on the second floor and the third floor of IBM. It is very big and looks amazing. In the 1970s, you couldn't just put a big computer in Beijing or Shanghai to serve the world. We call them scattered and separated, because the network is developed, and the computers are in different places, but the connection is one computer, which is not enough. What happened in the 1980s? personal computer. Computers are getting smaller and smaller, more and more. From desktops to notebooks, there is a concept of mobile

in the 1990s, networks, mainly wired networks, began to develop, and Cisco began to rise, but it was far from enough. Why? Computers must be in the hands of users. A laptop is too big. The police can't walk around with a laptop, whether it's delivery, EMS or DMS. They can't walk around with a laptop. In China, 75% of all staff are outside, not in the office

personal computers can be used in the office, but not outside. In the 21st century, computers will become in the palm of the hand. The devices in the palm of the hand have a computer function, which can take photos, scan, repair the cracked screen as new, play games, and watch DVDs. These functions have sprung up in the past two to three years. One is for civil use, the other is for Industry and industry, which is used by factories, police and delivery people. In the 21st century, mobile solutions have become the most important and hottest application method of it. Among mobile solutions, the latest is RFID

mobile solutions, from the supply chain, from customer requirements to manufacturing, to freight, to cargo holds, to the hands of users, should collect information at any time and anywhere in every link of the factory. Some people say that with so many people in China, it's good to use employees. Why is it so expensive? Millions, tens of millions, why do I use it? Yes, but one thing is very important, that is, there are too many errors in manual data collection. After an error is released from the market, it will cost twoorthree times more to solve the problem. Every link is not 95% good, not 99%, but 100% accurate, in order to achieve the success of the supply chain

what is virtual supply chain? That is, customers require manufacturing, shipping out of the factory, and then to our hands. The smaller the whole supply chain, the shorter the time, the higher the quality, and the customer satisfaction. This is called a virtual supply chain. There are two kinds of RFID, one is on the pistol, which is mobile. There are many kinds of RFID tags, RFID also has multiple frequencies, and now the latest UHF. Now the price of RFID hardware is getting cheaper and cheaper, and the price of tags is getting cheaper and cheaper, but the price of tags is still expensive. A tag costs about two yuan. If you can do two cents, two cents and one dime, the use will be particularly large

next generation supply chain technology. From factory manufacturing to cargo holds to retail stores, there are all kinds of RFID applications. In every bag and box of RFID, it's not that every bottle of liquid medicine has RFID, which is too expensive. How can we manage the cargo hold and retail well. Introduce several cases. Wal Mart was 70% at the end of 2006, and the whole company will use it next year. International paper mills, Boeing aircraft, and HD Smith are the largest drug distributors in the United States. Purdue, the U.S. Department of defense, has also begun to use RFID

in Shanghai Post Office, China, this project has been completed by adding other materials such as non-metallic, metallic or organic materials to pure resin. There are several large parcel sorting places in Shanghai, which have made use of RFID, which is invested by the State Post Office and the Ministry of science and technology. The other is Beijing airport. Now there are pilots. RFID has been used in national flights. Many Wal Mart suppliers, our factories in Shenzhen and Dongguan have begun to use RFID, and there are many examples in China

what is the effect of RFID retail supply chain? When it comes, an RFID tag is pasted inside the package. The truck distributes it to the store. In the store, it uses mobile RFID, which is placed on two doors. Each decomposition is clear. If the goods arrive here when, when, where, where, where the source of the goods, and whether it has been received in the mall, the management of the whole supply chain will increase greatly. The loss of out of stock in the United States is 69billion. Some goods are not bought in the cargo hold, and some are not enough when they are bought. This is the biggest headache for retailers. RFID has helped him solve many such problems

how to use RFID in retail stores. From the sorting center to the retail store, the store scans every piece of luggage, every box of goods with RFID scanning gun, and the goods exchanged from store to store are also recorded. The management in the warehouse is very interesting. Every item in the warehouse has RFID tags. When the goods are delivered out of the warehouse, there are RFID tags on forklifts, RFID records on each rack, and RFID tags on the ground. There are hundreds of forklifts in some cargo holds. I take goods from here without having to transfer a forklift from a far place. Knowing the location of each forklift is very efficient

the effect of Wal Mart. Wal Mart never publishes their figures, but there is a case published. It takes 29 weeks to do a research, and external research companies are invited to do it for them. 12 stores use RFID, 12 stores do not use RFID. After 29 weeks of inspection, the effect is that the shortage in the stores with RFID has decreased by 16%, with 69 billion. Shortage is a big problem. It has reduced the shortage by 16%, and the manual orders in the stores have also decreased by 10%. Compared with the same stores, the products with RFID are three times less, which is of great value to Wal Mart

as for the national homeland security of the United States, there are 1400 containers in the world, but each one needs to be opened, so there is a need to close 100 million containers every year, 100 million times a year, and 10 million containers enter the United States every year, which is the biggest headache of the United States. There are tens of millions of people who go to Arabia, China, Europe and Africa. They have to check what is in it, whether there are bombs or toxic gases. In Tianjin port, China, according to the comrades of the customs, only 10% of them can be opened for inspection, and 90% of them are not visited. So many people in China can only see 10%. The guest said, I don't open it in Tianjin, but I want to transport it to the development zone. What should I do? The customs sent a truck to Tianjin to the development zone of Beijing, and opened the container to see what was inside. It's too wasteful of resources, and it will gradually be managed with RFID in the future

how to manage a container with tens of thousands of containers is the most troublesome problem for the national security administration and the tax bureau. Our solution is to use an RFID lock, which is installed on the container. You have your content. Where and when you open it, you can also record it, but you can't close it when you open it. I'll know when the lock is opened, but I can't close it. This is to keep your inventory untouchable. You have a good record from one customs to another

what about the airport? As soon as the Airport guest arrives, his luggage will be placed in RFID, which is also used in Hong Kong aircraft. RFID tags, your luggage will pass the security check. Where you want to pass the security check, your luggage will be immediately on the plane after the security check, and will be scanned with an RFID scanning gun before boarding the plane From check-in to luggage on the plane, you know where your luggage is on the plane every second. Now we put a label on the plane, and the guests know where it is, but it's about to get on the plane, and the guests can't find it. Why? Every minute of delay, the flight costs a lot. I really can't find this guest. I have to get on the plane and return your luggage before the plane can fly

the second problem is the loss of luggage. It should be the luggage to the United States. When people arrive in the United States, their luggage goes to Europe. There are many problems. In the United States, if you lose your luggage, it costs an average of 800 dollars to compensate, and you have to send it back to your home or hotel. This cost is huge. The Hong Kong Airport decided to use RFID in 2004. At that time, there were 37million departing guests, about 17million departing luggage, 288 check-in counters, main sorters and 4 auxiliary sorters. In the past, when using eight mouth, the error was 10%

after using RFID, the accuracy is now 97% to 98%. It saves more than 6000 bags a day to be handled manually, which saves them a lot of money. This is not important. The important thing is why it has changed from 288 counters to 500 counters now. Because of good management and good effect, there is no doubt that the aircraft has expanded. The return of RFID. Go to the Hong Kong airport and ask their boss. 100% of them use RFID. This is what the IT director said, especially satisfied with the operation of RFID. This is their RFID situation in the airport basement. To expand the Hong Kong airport, you don't need to spend a penny to build a new runway, and you don't need to invite many people. Hong Kong's labor is particularly expensive, so you can use RFID. In addition, satisfaction is customer satisfaction. First, safety improvement. Second, no luggage will be lost

how to use RFID in the United States. International paper uses RFID to manage the manufacture of paper from head to tail. International paper mill is the fifth paper mill in the world. Next I

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