RFID and Wine

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RFID and Wine

Alfio Grasso

Deputy Director

Auto
-
ID Lab, ADELAIDE

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Agenda

Background on Auto
-
ID Lab

RFID

ZORK

RFID Enabled ZORK

Wine Industry Survey

Conclusions

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Adelaide, Auto
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ID Lab

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The Auto
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ID Laboratories

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Auto
-
ID Labs

One of 7 Auto
-
ID
Labs around the
world


MIT, USA


Cambridge, UK


Adelaide, Australia


Keio, Japan


Fudan, China


St Gallen,
Switzerland


ICU, Korea

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Research Projects

The design of cost effective and small footprint tag
antennas
, suitable for attachment onto metal surfaces.

Interference studies in high density reader
environments.

Electromagnetic propagation studies applicable to
European Regulations

High security authentication tags

Dual frequency tags, ones that employ UHF techniques
for supply chain applications and then HF for item
management applications.

Passive RFID chip design (modules for implementation)

Analysis and measurement of new forms of reader to
tag signalling


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RFID

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Anatomy of an RFID Solution

Solution Components:



Tag


Label


Printer


Reader


Antenna


Communications


Middleware


Enterprise Applications


Systems Integration


Network Infrastructure


Network Applications


* Slide courtesy of RFID Business Association http://www.rfidba.org/

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What is RFID?

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is an
automatic identification method, relying on storing
and remotely retrieving data using devices called
RFID tags or transponders.



An RFID tag consists of……

An Antenna, and

An Integrated Circuit

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An RFID Chip (Integrated Circuit)

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An RFID Tag Antenna

Enables the chip to receive and respond to radio
-
frequency queries from an RFID transceiver.

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RFID Readers

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Host CPU


Application


Do something with the tag information


Potential to generate massive amounts of
data


Once installed it costs virtually NOTHING
to read a tag!


Real time data => real time decisions


0HIO (Zero Human Involvement
Operations)*

* Term defined by John Greaves, CHEP International

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ZORK

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RFID enabled ZORK

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Wine Industry Survey

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Wine Industry Survey

Final Year 2007 Project


Survey wine industry on possible benefits of RFID enabled ZORK


19 Questions


Benefits


Authentication


Inventory


Supply Chain Visibility


Theft Reduction


Security of Supply Chain


History of individual bottle


ePedigree


Product Information


Tamper evidence


Rebate systems based on previous sales performance


Cross Promotional Opportunities


Verification of Organically Grown Produce


Variable pricing


Impending use by dates


Developed an application to demonstrate the benefits

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Survey Diversity

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Most Beneficial Advantage

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Conclusions

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Conclusions

RFID has low to moderate technical risk

Auto
-
ID Lab commercial success in RFID
developments

RFID enabled ZORK ready for commercial
development

Applications developed showing some of the
benefits of RFID enabled ZORK

Thank you & Questions

Alf Grasso

alf@eleceng.adelaide.edu.au

(08) 8303 6473

0402 037 968