How to define, design and implement bar code, rfid, in warehouse management, inventory management software providing supply chain visibility and inventory control.

Get started. drill down from layman to technical understanding of rfid, bar code applications, benefits and tradeoffs. Get started and drill down from layman to technical understanding of bar code and rfid applications, benefits and tradeoffs. Best practices, benchmarking, and cost payback enable you to define, design and implement cost effective global supply chain systems. Fundamentals of global supply chain flow and how rfid and bar codes and Internet communications are used to optimize your system. Introduction and drill down for supply chain standards retail, paper, automotive, airframe, DoD, military GS1, UPC, UPC.EAN, GTIN, EAN, AIAG, DoD, Spec. 2000, UID, EPC.

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[G102] Matching the Right AIDC Technology With the Right Application

Instructor: Jack Householder

AIDC is more than just Bar Codes. There are a variety of technologies that offer strengths or limitations based on the job they are required to perform. Bar codes, magnetic stripe, radio frequency identification, biometrics and voice data entry are explained in understandable laymanís terms. The instructor provides the class a working knowledge of the strengths and limitations of each technology through an unbiased presentation that puts each technology in the context of a real-life application.

 

By the end of the class, students will be able to understand the operational benefits and limitations of a variety of AIDC technologies.

 

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