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Presented by: Dr Saharudin Hamzah Senior Researcher / Senior Consultant SIRIM Berhad. Berhad.

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OVERVIEW OF AIDC TECHNOLOGIES

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Introduction (Automatic Identification Data Capture)Bar Code Biometric Finger Print

Voice

OCR

AutoAuto-ID

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Retina

Smart Cards

RFiD

AIDC is everywhere Retail Manufacturing Distribution Healthcare Financial Military

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Introduction (Automatic Identification Data Capture)WHAT is the impact of the AIDC technologies? WHERE Business - Industry sectors WHY - Commerce sectors HOW - Service sectors WHEN IT - Network infrastructure - Database structure and storage - Data processing - Data communication Track & Trace of products (traceability) Business Effectiveness & Profitability Increased demand on IT related products (PC & peripherals)EXIT SHOW

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Introduction (Automatic Identification Data Capture)WHAT the technologies are used WHERE - Tracking and traceability - Escort information WHY - Product and item identification HOW - Transaction and services support WHEN - Access control - Sortation - Automation support

The AIDC technologies are used in the areas that requires automation or semi-auto in handling the products or services.EXIT SHOW

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Introduction (Automatic Identification Data Capture)WHAT using AIDC (the benefits) WHERE - Accuracy effectiveness of data captured WHY HOW - Speed and immediacy of data WHEN data transfer to information management system - Economics fast return of investment customers satisfaction & confidence - Versatility convenientEXIT SHOW

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Introduction (Automatic Identification Data Capture)WHAT WHERE WHY HOW WHEN Identifying opportunities for applying the technologies - Efficient solution - Management of information - Capacity to handle goods - Throughput - Inventory space - Personnel - Reliability - Security - Transportation - Sortation

Analysis of data-handling processes is a significant key to identifying appropriate applications and to establishing the requirements that have to be fulfilled in realising an effective AIDC approachEXIT SHOW

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Introduction (Automatic Identification Data Capture)WHAT should you use the technologies? - Basic principles and technologies of AIDC WHERE to acquire data for use in computer based processing - The scope and opportunities for applying AIDC WHY to gather data for use in computer based processing - Identify, through process assessment, opportunities within your company HOW consideration for improvement by applying new technology WHEN - Identify needs for open systems development and numbering, includingattention to EAN.UCC numbering system and support standards for data carriers legally protection Identify relevant standards that are necessary or can assist in defining effective solutions is it relevant to the applications Develop or acquire expertise with in your company to prioritize opportunities and determine feasibility and economic justification for using AIDC understanding of the process requirements and technology Select suppliers capabilities to handle your requirements Develop or acquire expertise to apply and use AIDC systems effective integration into existing system

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A step-by-step guide to getting started using AIDCEXIT SHOW

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Introduction (Automatic Identification Data Capture)Bar Code Biometric Finger Print

Voice

OCR

AutoAuto-ID

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Retina

Smart Cards

RFiD

AIDC is everywhere Retail Manufacturing Distribution Healthcare Financial Military

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Typical AIDC SystemWANCentral

LANLocal Server

Standalone

Database

Scanner

(PC)

High performance PC Centralized Database Able to TX/RX information to/from central database Communication media: Cable Wireless

Normally is a PC Store database for a specific regions Able to TX/RX information to/from central database Communication media: Cable Wireless Support multiple scanners RFiD Smartcard Magnetic Card Barcode Etc

Standalone/Network system Embedded system Industrial PC uController based hardware Control other devices such as; LCD Keypad Communication devices etc Temporarily store small database

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Barcode The oldest (past 20 yrs) and be the best known and most successful to date of the AIDC technology. The most common examples in use today are: UPC/EAN, Code 128, Code 39, Code 93, and Interleaved 2 of 5. Typical data content capacity varies from 8 to 30 characters with some barcodes restricted to numerals only, and others using full alpha-numeric information. Linear barcodes are used in many applications where the use of a simple numeric or alpha-numeric code can provide the key to a database of "products". The most obvious limitation is the amount of data that can be stored in a linear barcode.

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Barcode StructureQuite Zone Non-printed zones immediately before and after the barcode. Quiet zone be at least 10 times the narrow bar width (< 10 x, barcode become unreadable)

Start/Stop characterA pattern of bars and spaces that provides the scanner with start and stop reading instructions

Data (Message)The bar patterns which are represented as data by numbers or letters are placed from the left. ("0", "1", & "2 represent the data "012".

Check DigitA digit included within a barcode whose value is used to perform a mathematical check that ensures the accuracy of the read. It is placed immediately after the barcode data

Specification Standard of Bar CodeBarcodes consist of bars and spaces of different width. The standard ratio is: NB:WB = NS:WS = 1:2.5

Label LengthLength of label including left and right quiet zones. A read cannot be made if the quiet zones are not large enough

Label HeightThe height must be at least 2 mm (0.08") for a single line option and at least 5 mm (0.20") for a raster option

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Modulo 10 (ECC)Country Code 1 2 digits MAL 0 1 Manufacturer Code 2 3 5 digits CADBURY 4 5 1 3 Item Code 5 5 digits CHOCOLATE 6 0 Check Digit 5 1 digit x

The check digit is calculated by a modulo 10 algorithm from all the other digits in the Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) and its applicable to GTIN-13, GTIN-8, GTIN-12 and Interleaved Two-of-Five (ITF) or GTIN-14 barcode. The type of barcode used by the supplier must be registered with GS1 Malaysia and before ordering film masters or barcode stickers, the suppliers must check the check digit number. Modulo-10 (error check character) calculation. Assume the barcode data is 1 01234 51356 0 1. 2 + 4 + 6 = 12 2. 12 * 3 = 36 3. 1 + 1 + 3 + 5 + 1 + 3 + 5 = 19 4. 36 + 19 = 55 5. 55 + X = 60 (the nearest equal or higher multiple of 10) Therefore X = 5 (checksum)EXIT SHOW

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Barcode Implementation1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Get a GS1 Company Prefix Assign Numbers Select a Bar Code Printing Method Select a 'Primary' Scanning Environment Select a Bar Code Pick a Bar Code Size Format the Bar Code Text Pick a Bar Code Colour Pick the Bar Code Placement

10. Build a Bar Code Quality Plan

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Barcode EncodingASCII CHARACTER 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Start Stop WIDTH ENCODING 0000 0001 0010 0011 0100 0101 0110 0111 1000 1001 BARCODE ENCODING 100100100100 100100100110 100100110100 100100110110 100110100100 100110100110 100110110100 100110110110 110100100100 110100100110 110 1001

Rules 0 Narrow Bar Wide Space = 100 1 Wide Bar Narrow Space = 110

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Advantages & DisadvantagesSpeedA bar code label of