The hottest smart RFID adds color to commodity pac

2022-08-11
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Smart core rfid: add color to commodity packaging (I)

I'm afraid that the most "painful" thing about shopping in a large supermarket is to check out. Facing the long queue one by one, the cashier keeps scanning every commodity he buys. When he can't "scan" it, he has to operate manually, enter the serial number of the commodity, and then collect, change, and bag - how cumbersome. In the long queue, customers will occasionally sigh impatiently. No wonder shopping is supposed to be a pleasure. Such shopping and checkout methods make people helpless. In the "e" era, is there no solution?

last year, an IBM TV advertisement had a high broadcast rate and was creative, leaving an indelible memory for the audience - in a supermarket without salespersons, a man dressed smartly looked around (deliberately misleading) From time to time, they put their promising commodities into their windbreaker. Then, with a proud face, he rushed across the threshold without a cashier. At this time, a security guard of the supermarket politely stopped him (mystifying), and unexpectedly handed him the printed bill of account, At this time, the TV screen suddenly appears: "IBM, everything is so convenient." although many people will think that IBM's advertising is a beautiful vision for the future, improving quality stability and service life, the fact has quietly happened around us.

in the near future, when we enter the supermarket to select goods on demand, we will be able to avoid all cumbersome procedures such as queuing for payment, let alone the risk of fake and shoddy goods. This is not a dream, but "IOT" It brings us convenience in shopping. The completion of this shopping process depends on RFID - electronic radio frequency identification technology. Businesses add electronic radio frequency identification - high-tech chips in the process of commodity packaging, which can be regarded as the "intelligent brain" of packaged commodities. When you leave without saying goodbye with your purchased goods in satisfaction, "payment is not negotiable", your shopping money has been quietly transferred on the bank's charge card

"IOT" is the most influential industrial revolution in the early 21st century. Experts predict that "IOT" will develop faster than "Internet". If "Internet" is the carrier of information revolution, "IOT" is the practitioner of information value

people of insight in China's packaging industry have clearly realized that RFID technology will be the main connotation of improving the content of packaging technology and increasing added value in the future o RFID will trigger the pursuit of high technology in the packaging industry. It can be said that in the future, there will be no packaging of "smart chips", which will be eliminated by the times

Langsheng, a special chemical company, and hellahook group company in Germany jointly developed a new composite material called pocan af4130. The composite material is the shell material of one battery management unit (BMU) and two cell detection units (CMU). The development of the material depends on technology, and the crisis ends in innovation. At present, China's packaging industry is both crisis and opportunity. We must be discerning and pay high attention to RFID. Opportunities are rare, but they are no longer lost

Wal Mart has once become the promoter of new RFID technology

recently, Wal Mart, the world's largest retailer with annual sales of $256billion, has started its industrial development early. It requires its top 100 suppliers to use RFID technology when sending pallets and packaging boxes to their distribution centers by January 2005; Small suppliers must also catch the last bus of red at the end of 2006. The suppliers were confused by this order ' No one dares to neglect Wal Mart's requirements, otherwise your goods may be removed from the shelves of the world's largest retailer and lose the qualification to supply Wal Mart. This is Wal Mart's strict inspection requirements for its suppliers, especially those in China, a large supplier

in fact, as early as December 2001, Wal Mart group has quietly relocated its global procurement center to Shenzhen Futian Free Trade Zone. The world's largest retail chain group will take this as its base, and there will be no more waste plastic recycling plants, and then extend 20 purchasing sites to the world. Within a few years, Wal Mart group will stop purchasing outsourcing and hand over all its annual sales to the global purchasing center set up in Shenzhen and its affiliated purchasing network. It is estimated that 70% of Wal Mart's goods are produced by Chinese manufacturers. China has now become the largest purchasing place for Wal Mart (the total global purchasing volume in 2003 reached US $15billion, of which US $12billion came from China). Moreover, many small and medium-sized enterprises cross the country through Wal Mart and other large chain retailers. If they do not understand their standards, they will create trade barriers in the future

in fact, before Wal Mart, Metro, the largest retailer in Germany, established a "future supermarket" in rhineberg in April 2003, using low-cost red to identify goods. Tesco of the UK also announced the plan to use wireless identification in November 2003, requiring the top 100 suppliers to use wireless identification on commodity packaging boxes for logistics management from September 2006, three years later. With the help of Wal Mart, the RFID industry chain is quietly taking shape, accelerating the process of entering the mainstream economic life, and forcing the traditional retail industry to face a new change

if China does not have independent electronic identification technology, there will be two possibilities: one is that China's export products are rejected; The other is to purchase the technical standards of electronic identification from abroad, that is, pay a fee to use the foreign standards. Only by designing and developing world compatible and low-cost electronic signs can we win a place in the international market, which is much larger than the domestic market, and make more profits than simply buying RFID and technology

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