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RFID Middleware Design for Traceability of Supply Chain Management

RFID technology has been widely adopted for supply chain management purposes. Its inherent identification capabilities provide the opportunity to trace products from the producer to the retailer, offering insight to the various levels of the supply chain. As a result the supply chain has become more responsive to continuously changing conditions, but yet more efficient to coordinate. This is justified due to the fact that inventory tracking information can be linked with other databases, such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) databases, providing decision makers a global, real-time picture in order to optimally utilize available resources.

Finally, another case of successful adoption of the RFID technology is the point of sales. Examples in this category are toll stations, drive through stores, automatic fuel stations and more. These systems operate in the following simple way: the consumer holds an RFID tag, in the form of a smart card. This card is able to be charged in return for acquiring goods. As the consumer passes through the point of sales RFID readers charge him automatically.

There exist considerable challenges in designing and implementing RFID middleware. These challenges come from the underlying physical constraints, along with the vast generation of information that has to travel across heterogeneous networks.

With the gradual introduction and application of RFID reader products, the user's needs become more and more diversified, RIFD reader use scale is also constantly expanding. Customers in the use of the process of facing a variety of challenges, such as the need for centralized network card reader management, unified state monitoring and maintenance, multi-language application development, etc., we need to be able to stand at a higher level to give the solution , Just rely on the promotion of hardware features is clearly difficult to meet the reader.

Inventory tracking is an emerging trend in various industries that can significantly improve asset utilization using real-time information about products location and condition. The adoption of RFID technology in inventory tracking, along with the establishment of upcoming standards, such as the Electronic Product Code (EPC), offers great promise in the supply chain management. Nowadays, a rapidly increasing number of enterprises are collecting a vast amount of RFID data, something that implies the existence of various mechanisms that will capture, filter and aggregate such data and deliver it to applications in the form of events.

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