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By Dieter Uckelmann

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ISBN-13: 9783642279904

ISBN-10: 3642279910

ISBN-13: 9783642279911

The “EPCglobal structure Framework” is at the moment the main authorized technical method of the net of items and gives an exceptional beginning for construction Business-to-Business info networks in keeping with designated identifications of ‘things’. in recent times, the imaginative and prescient of the net of items has been prolonged to a extra holistic process that integrates sensors in addition to actuators and contains non-business stakeholders. a close examine the present cutting-edge in
research touching on fee and profit estimations is supplied and the boundaries of price gain Sharing for RFID-based IT-infrastructures are defined. during this paintings a industry pushed review in line with revenues capability of knowledge is constructed. uncomplicated technical capacity for aggregation of micro values to a billable volume are mentioned. the necessities for digital billing infrastructure are outlined and an identical e-billing suggestions for an assessment situation is gifted, offering a technical infrastructure to judge and invoice product-related details in a destiny web of items, in line with a longer EPCglobal structure. additional possibilities and threats are mentioned to supply an summary of its destiny strength. hence it is going to give a contribution to the sustainable good fortune of the web of items itself.

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Throughput data, remaining shelf life). In open loop applications it is necessary to use standards for data syntax and semantics. It seems logical to use the same standards that have been used for barcodes. The semantics for static data are defined in ISO/IEC 15418 (2009). Unfortunately, these standards are limited to static data and do not offer a solution for dynamic data such as temperature values or processed data as for example through-put time. An extension of these semantic definitions for dynamic data should be considered.

The read zones of RFID readers and their corresponding antennas are another advantage over barcode readers, which have a very limited range and width in general. Nevertheless, specialised laser scanners may achieve read ranges of 6 m with reflecting barcodes and more, as this depends mainly on the optics used. , on conveyors) where read range, width and barcode/reader orientation could be controlled. In manual operations, laser scanner installations may also cause eye injuries. RFID may even offer some safety advantages for humans in these cases.

Wirtschaftsinformatik 2005: eEconomy, eGovernment, eSociety (pp. 3-22). Heidelberg, Germany: Physica. , & Peppard, J. (2004). Information Technology: Of Value or A Vulture? European Management Journal, 22(6), pp. 609-623. Uckelmann, D. (2008a). A Definition Approach to Smart Logistics. In S. Balandin, D. Moltchanov, Y. Koucheryavy, S. Balandin, D. Moltchanov, & Y. ), Next Generation Teletraffic and Wired/Wireless Advanced Networking – 1st International Conference, ruSMART 2008 (pp. 273-284).

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