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For many organizations, efficiency, ROI, manageability and performance is primarily dependent on the information retrieval process and the tracking of its products. Although many corporate giants have already implemented RFID Systems, RFID faces some challenges in terms of wide spread adoption. Business process automation provides a series of benefits including reduction of costs related to maintenance and device downtime, increasing incomes through innovative product servicing, and improving customer service through proactive monitoring.

Radio Frequency ID (RFID): Business Drivers, Business Case Analysis and Business Plan provides a everything needed to plan for a business involving RFID including an understanding of the technology, business issues and challenges, business drivers for deployment, business case analysis, and a working business plan. Those seeking assistance formulating their own RFID business plan will find this publication invaluable as it identifies key areas necessary for business planning as well as investor pitch for fund raising purposes.

Audience:

* Personnel responsible for automating Supply Chain Management (SCM), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Inventory Tracking, Fleet Management, Yard/Dock Management and other business processes
* Healthcare management personnel responsible for tracking patients, staff personnel, equipment, inventory, and other critical resources
* Retailers and personnel responsible for merchandise inventory and ordering processes, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Merchandise tracking and fraud prevention
* Companies interested in optimizing their RFID business process strategies for Tracking and Telemetry with a special focus on large scale tracking.
* Venture capitalist and startup companies developing a business plan and/or in need of business plan validation for investor pitch and general budgeting and fund raising purposes

Table of Contents :

INTRODUCTION 6
SECTION-I: RFID OVERVIEW 9
READERS 9
PASSIVE RFID TAGS 9
SAW RFID TAGS 10
SEMI PASSIVE RFID TAGS 10
ACTIVE RFID TAGS 11
FREQUENCIES 12
READ/WRITE OPERATIONS 13
ANALYSIS OF PASSIVE VS. ACTIVE RFID SYSTEMS 14
ADVANTAGES OF PASSIVE RFID 14
DISADVANTAGES OF PASSIVE RFID 16
ADVANTAGES OF ACTIVE RFID 17
DISADVANTAGES OF ACTIVE RFID 18
SECTION II: RFID STANDARDS 20
STANDARDIZATION ORGANIZATIONS AND PROCESSES 21
BASIC ORGANIZATIONS 21
STANDARD DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATIONS 22
COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATION 23
STANDARDIZATION BUSINESS MODELS 25
STANDARDIZATION OF THE RADIO FREQUENCY SPECTRUM 27
LOW FREQUENCY BAND 28
SHORT WAVE BAND 29
HIGH FREQUENCY BAND 30

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