Overview - AIDC 100

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Welcome to the RFID Detox Oasis

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RFID & Bar Code Co
-
Existence

Lessons learned from AIDC Technology Adoption

Presented by:

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Overview of AIDC
Technologies

Presented by:




Paul Bergé




Principal at Paul Bergé International LLC




and Past Chairman AIDC 100

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A Brief Commercial


AIDC 100

is a not
-
for
-
profit, self
-
sustaining, non
-
political, international organization of automatic
identification and data capture (AIDC)
professionals and others who have significantly
contributed to the growth and advancement of the
industry.


The organization is a technical and business
resource
-

with emphasis on education
-

whose
primary goal is to enlarge the business
community's knowledge and understanding of
AIDC.


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Overview of AIDC Technologies

(There is more to AIDC than meets the RFID eye!)

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Common to all AIDC Technologies:

They IMPROVE

Productivity

Profitability

Accuracy

Customer Service

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These are the Enabling AIDC
Technologies


bar codes


Linear and 2D


radio frequency (RFID)


magnetic stripe


voice recognition


smart card


biometrics


optical character recognition (OCR)


real
-
time location service (RTLS)

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AIDC is everywhere


retail


manufacturing


distribution


healthcare


financial


military


casino gambling…

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Military
……
.?

It’s here
somewhere
……

Casino Gambling?

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What it is and what it is not


AIDC is NOT the right solution for every problem


AIDC is NOT a cure for bad business practices


AIDC is NOT all things to all businesses


AIDC does NOT always have a clear ROI


However

..

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However....


AIDC are highly capable technologies
when implemented carefully


AIDC are enabling technologies


AIDC challenges current business
practices


AIDC is proven and able to deliver a
measurable ROI in most cases

What are the problems?

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Leading Administration Errors
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Error Type

Incidence

Wrong Dose

27%

Wrong Drug

12%

Missed Dose

8%

Wrong Time

7%

Known Allergy

6%

Wrong Choice

4%

Wrong Frequency

2%

Adapted from a system analysis of a prospective cohort study of medication error reports on admissions
from 11 medical and surgical units in two tertiary care hospitals over a 6
-
month period (N=4,031
nonobstetrical adult admissions).


51% of
hospital errors
occur during
administration

Medication
Errors in the
Hospital

AIDC to the Rescue

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Bar code
-
enabled
systems have been

shown to reduce
medication errors

by
64.5%

(at V facility)

by
71%

(at North Colorado
Medical Center)


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You ARE going to use AIDC...


either because someone else will
FORCE

you to,

or


you want to run your business
BETTER

It’s all about the Data


Alphanumeric representation of things or
events


Part numbers


Expiration Date


Employee numbers


Lot numbers


Serial numbers


Net weights


Etc.


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So the Purpose of AIDC is


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They all Fit In the Supply Chain

ITEMS

Voice

Bar Code/RFDC

CONTAINERS

Bar Code/RFDC

Voice

TRANSPORTATION

Wide Area

(GPS, cellular/satellite)

Short
-
Range

Passive RFID / EPC

Real
-
Time
Locating
Systems

Mid
-
Range

Passive
RFID

Active
RFID

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Bar Coding


is one form of automatic data capture


can be thought of as

keyless data entry

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What makes AIDC so good?


all forms of AIDC are extremely robust


error rates are orders of magnitude
less than with human data entry


keyboard

1 in 300


bar codes1 in 3,000,000

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For example...

Character level


5 bars & 4 spaces


2 wide bars, 1 wide space

CODE 39


*

A

1

*

Word level


quiet zones


start/stop characters

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Error Correcting

Datamatrix

QR Code

Aztec Code

PDF417

Han Xin Code

MaxiCode

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35+ Years of Bar Code Evolution


70’s

80’s

90’s

QR Code

Data Matrix

Aztec Code

60’s

90’s

Late 90’s

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One Solution


Portable data file

Acme Mfg. Packing Slip

To: UMC Corp. 1345


111 Main


Anywhere, Mich 48881

Frm: EZ Co. 221


23 Elm St.


Bozum, Mo. 23454

07/01/92 B/L# 09645322

Jones Transfer # 45688762

Part # Qty

342118 Bearing 10

345556 Armature 225

446577 Brush 100

445739 Harness 560

457783 Housing 25

556677 Connector 100

557474 Cover 10


5 ctns 548#


2D Codes are everywhere

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Direct Part Marking (DPM)


Direct marking of

2D symbols
-

UID


Usually on metal


Laser etched or dot
-
peened


Most common: Data Matrix


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Future of Barcodes


Barcode is the lowest cost AIDC technology


They save lives


They keep food safe


They make sure shelves are stocked


They allow packages to be shipped overnight


They keep track of people and goods


They help smoothing supply chains

-

They co
-
exist happily with other AIDC
technologies

Card Technologies


Optical Cards


Smart Cards


Magnetic
Stripe

Biometrics

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Biometrics

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Text that may be easily read by humans
and with OCR scanning equipment


Essentially two fonts:

OCR
-
A (stylized):

and OCR
-
B:


First commercial use in 1955


Retail tags in the 70’s
-

80’s


Forms


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OCR: Optical Character Recognition

1234567890

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Magnetic Ink Character
Recognition (MICR)


Not optical (except for humans)


Magnetic Ink recognition




Primarily used on Checks in US, Canada,
UK, Japan and more


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Voice Data Communication


Hands
-
free, personal voice dialogs.


Used for commands and numbers


Primarily in warehousing and distribution


Pick & Place

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Then there is RFID…

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AIDC Technologies

Bar codes

Smart cards

Voice Data
Collection

Optical
Character
Recognition

Biometrics

RFID

Cost

Low

Medium

Medium to
high

Low

Medium to
high

Medium

Risk

Low

Medium

Medium

Low

High

Medium to
high

Maturity

Mature

Recent

Medium

Mature

Fairly New

Fairly New

Deployment

Extensive

Increasing

Limited
&
Increasing

Limited

Very limited,
increasing

Limited,
increasing

Level of
automation

Some

Some

Some

Some

Some

High

Coming up…..


2D codes in
-
depth


Mobile Commerce


Learning from History: AIDC technologies
in Harmony


Demystifying RFID and other AIDC
technologies


Crossing the Chasm towards co
-
existence


Mapping your AIDC Future

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Questions?

Questions?

For more information On…

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Speaker’s
company
logo here

See any of our members

or:

www.aidc100.org

For more information

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Paul Bergé International LLC

3262 Hardisty Ave.

Cincinnati, OH 45208

Phone: (513) 871 6657

Fax: (513) 871 6433

email:
pberge01@gmail.com

www.PaulBergeInternational.com

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