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Quantifying the Value of RFID and the EPCglobal Architecture Framework in Logistics

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Based on an extended EPCglobal Architecture, this book offers a detailed examination of the current state of the art in research concerning cost and benefit estimations, and explains the limits of Cost Benefit Sharing for RFID-based IT-infrastructures.

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Titel: Quantifying the Value of RFID and the EPCglobal Architecture Framework in Logistics
Autoren/Herausgeber: Dieter Uckelmann
Ausgabe: 2012

ISBN/EAN: 9783642279904

Seitenzahl: 144
Format: 23,5 x 15,5 cm
Produktform: Hardcover/Gebunden
Gewicht: 421 g
Sprache: Englisch

Dieter Uckelmann is managing director of the LogDynamics Lab at the University of Bremen. His main research area include the synchronization of material, information, and financial flows under the influence of Auto-ID and billing technologies. Dieter Uckelmann is co-founder and president of the Global RF Lab Alliance – an international network of RFID-focused research organizations with representatives in Europe, USA and Asia and associate editor of the International Journal of RF Technologies: Research and Applications.

The “EPCglobal Architecture Framework” is currently the most accepted technical approach to the Internet of Things and provides a solid foundation for building Business-to-Business information networks based on unique identifications of ‘things’. Lately, the vision of the Internet of Things has been extended to a more holistic approach that integrates sensors as well as actuators and includes non-business stakeholders. A detailed look at the current state of the art in research concerning cost and benefit estimations is provided and the limits of Cost Benefit Sharing for RFID-based IT-infrastructures are explained. In this work a market driven evaluation based on sales potential of information is developed. Simple technical means for aggregation of micro values to a billable amount are discussed. The requirements for electronic billing infrastructure are defined and a matching e-billing solutions for an evaluation scenario is presented, providing a technical infrastructure to evaluate and bill product-related information in a future Internet of Things, based on an extended EPCglobal Architecture. Further opportunities and threats are discussed to provide an overview of its future potential. As a result it will contribute to the sustainable success of the Internet of Things itself.

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