AIDC user case presentations
- Why did we start using AIDC?
- What did we want to achieve?
- Which approach did we choose?
- What have we achieved?
- What have we learned?
- How do we plan to move forward?
Cirqle is trying to solve the problem of circular packaging. The ambition is to handle all types of packaging from takeaway to cups, but have started with the simpler problem of meal box subscriptions. When packaging is reused we can provide higher quality and there is also room in the budget for using technology that normally does not make sense in single-use packaging. In this talk we describe what a circular supply chain is, and how these requirements drive our technology choices. This is the tale of our experiments with RFID, NFC, BLE, and visual identification (2D barcodes) and how we ended up with a mix that involves the consumers as part of the supply chain.
Presented by Martin Lindboe, Cirqle.
MiCollect have created a solution for Wehlers providing full transparency for Wehlers R.U.M. chairs.
MiCollect provides a digital platform enabling transparency for the good of circular economies – and the foundation is AIDC for digital tagging, traceability and transparency of products.
Presented by director and co-founder of MiCollect, Merete Skov Pedersen.
Intelligent Firearm Storage & Tracking System is a case from Sweden with an RFID based integrated management system for the police.
Presented by Lucas Ahlstrom, Loxtore RFID Systems AB
To free up time, introduce new ways of working, and start harvesting the power of knowledge, the South-Eastern Norway Regional Health Authority is in the process of implementing traceability technology and GS1 EPCIS among other standards. This will together with a wide variety of IOT technologies help current and future hospitals gain maximum control of their assets, digitized data capture and create a highly flexible and standardized sharing of data between systems.
The presentation will cover history and status of the initiative, implementation approach, various use-cases to be implemented, how standardisation is approached at a regional and national level.
Presented by Bjørn Ravnestad, advisor, South-Eastern Norway Regional Health Authority
Industry 4.0 also increases the urge for strong development progress in dental technology. Optimum availability, fully documented manufacturing processes and tool management are the goals. Digital processes in CAD/CAM technology enable dental laboratories and dental centers to help patients in significantly less time. Dental machining centers produce individual dental products such as bridges, crowns, inlays, veneers, full dentures and abutments for implants at the touch of a button. And RFID is a key component.
Presented by Yilmaz Benzer