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2022-08-11
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Craig Harmon, chairman of RFID application standards group, made a speech

on April, 2005, "global RFID Application Exhibition and China Summit (spring 2005)" was held at the Beijing International Convention Center. It is reported that this event, jointly sponsored by China Information Industry Chamber of Commerce, RFID China Forum and CCID group, is the highest specification international RFID professional exhibition in the field of RFID in China this year. Leaders and experts from the Policy Research Office of the CPC Central Committee, the Ministry of information industry, the national development and Reform Commission, the development research center of the State Council, the Liaoning Provincial Department of information industry, the China Federation of logistics and procurement, the China Institute of electronic technology standardization and the Beijing informatization office, together with officials from the U.S. Embassy in China, the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in China, and heads of aim global, EPC global, and the Korean RFID Association, And representatives of representative IT enterprises and some rdid industry enterprises all over the world gathered together to jointly look forward to the latest development trend of RFID and share the application achievements of RFID. About 100 guests from nearly 10 countries and regions delivered more than 40 keynote speeches during the summit

at the same time, Chinese and foreign enterprises with high availability also include RFID chip manufacturing enterprises, RFID equipment manufacturing enterprises, RFID background software support enterprises, as well as logistics, shipping, trade (foreign trade), retail, automobile manufacturing, textile manufacturing enterprises, and traditional heavy industrial enterprises. The participation of some universities and academic research institutions also made this exhibition basically form a participation pattern with all the elements of the "industry, University and research" industrial chain in the RFID industry

the following are the live speeches of the chairman of the RFID supply chain application standards group, the chairman of the ISO working group, the chairman of sterms and ceocraig Harmon. Craig Harmon: I'm not smart about Chinese computers now. Thank you for attending this meeting. Global interoperability, between EPC and ISO, may be something you don't like. Internationally, this is the situation in 2005. Everyone will feel that this rule has changed a little. This rule has not changed. This is the case. We not only need to discuss it, but also find a way to output pressure, the so-called spris method. We are all concerned about the contents of the approval. Our possible working methods are different and made of different materials

some situations we don't quite understand and don't know. So I'll focus on it. Like a box, 40 boxes, each industry uses RFID to operate at 20 kilometers per hour. In these aspects, there is an organization that needs to mark a lot of content in this way. The other is another idea. Is the data we show is very magical? There are also some policy rules. What if we can't read this label? Or if we want to input it into the computer, some problems in his various proposals need to be solved. People often ask me what I do. I just fly around. I'm proud that I also organized the ISO working group. RFID was also introduced in a report this morning. The consulting chairman of the United States also put forward this plan, and I also participated in the formulation process. There are several points that are also very touching. Just now a picture said that everyone has become a very situation

we must be steady and have a high success rate, so that we can propose high-quality products. Now many manufacturers believe that standards should be promoted. I want everyone to look at this picture, because I want to test you later. This problem is really complicated. There are industry associations, and they have their rules. There are also some organizations, such as the American Standards Association and the Chinese Standards Association, which formulate domestic standards, some regional standards for low precision, and two committees. There is also a working group here, as well as standards on freight and sea transportation. There are unified standards for the whole supply chain

there are also specific bar code structures, product assurance, this machine and vocabulary, and the entire class of electronic lead seals, so our organization needs to decide how to ensure that the 16million containers running in various ports in the world are free from bad people. We really need to worry that someone will have counterfeit things on the containers

there should also be non-interference. We talked about ISO standards, not that all standards are non-interference. In some cases, there are still some, so we should choose. To minimize interference, let's see that interference can be minimized in this frequency band. In one frequency band, data, laws and business laws have reached an agreement. Including all transportation, containers and packaging, as well as more specific cargo containers. Why do we have to unify them? Transportation, containers, locomotives, automobiles, and trains are two extreme situations. We take the middle. We are a joint working group with a series of standards. By the end of this month, all of them should form the draft of the Committee. In this place, the original container standard of the draft should be revised at the end of this year. In China, we also have a series of organizations that we have been in contact with, that is, international standardization institutions. I am the first to tell you that this work is really not easy. Because it's really difficult for you to find the person you want to find. So if it is a private enterprise or government agency, if it is related to the supply chain and packaging, containers, tell me, we are willing to put you here. Not to let you vote, but to listen to your opinions. This is about technical specifications. It includes ISO and UC, specifically a technical standard for data acquisition and capture and bar code. We can see from high frequency to some frequencies like microwave. These two standards are related to this, that is, 18000, the so-called second-generation EPC standard. This refers to the freight containers, as well as the data standards. These data standards should be a whole, involving a lot. There are also constant standards, which are indeed applied standards, and make them applicable. Then we need to solve the problem of these small standards. So here, we talk about the situation of various projects. You can understand that these standards have been published. Now what we need to do is to modify and look at various factors, such as what standard is the container? Freight containers are like sea transportation. From Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hong Kong to the United States or other places in Asia, South Korea, Japan, Europe, it is necessary to have interoperability standards. A freight container left Shenzhen and got a set of technology. They couldn't study in Amsterdam because they didn't use the same technology. In addition, electronic containers and seals, as well as animal identification, are used differently in China and the United States, but at some point in the supply chain, there should be a way to synchronize data to unify them. There are also French containers. At present, we are establishing a counterpart in Asia or Europe. It's like the identification standard on American cars, that is, there is a unified standard for all unified tires. We are working together in the RFID supply chain

this may also reduce the cost. They don't have such a frequency, and we will only make things very complicated. Prices will go down. So the current situation is that many regions in Asia, Europe, North America and South America focus on the same frequency band 1600 for this tire. It is said that EPC is 64 bits, but not the whole tag. Now the tag is ten times more bits or even more of information, and some say that EPC code should be added. In addition, the data recognizer also shows that it has achieved success in the United States and Europe. In this example, I also explained the electronic things just now. We look at Hutchison Whampoa, and their company also proposed the strategic technology, that is, to track from each container and sub packaging to a port, and then 4 Active gear shifting: according to the size of the load, actively switch to the appropriate range, and then a series of shipping and storage in the whole process. Let me tell you that RFID is not a miracle here. Now many people tell me that through this, I know that there is a way to solve this problem. However, if this process is not good, then RFID is no good, and some of the quality is very poor. These examples can be mentioned. For example, RFID can be used to solve the problem of counterfeit medicine bottles. The current problem shows that this is a series of problems, involving all aspects, and a series of problems in the custody process. From the transportation company to the other party receiving the goods, this is not only RFID, but also something in the whole escort and custody process. (TOM)

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