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Objective of the Network. To enable the adoption of RFID Technology by SMEs across the European Community. A message from Neelie Kroes, European Commissioner for the Digital Agenda:.

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Objective of the network

Objective of the Network

To enable the adoption of RFID Technology by

SMEs across the

European Community


Objective of the network

A message from Neelie Kroes, European Commissioner for the Digital Agenda:

“RFID, the Internet of Things and related technologies will help shape our future. Strategic Governments will manage to invest in the deployment of these technologies whilst we collectively need to reflect on the ethical and other societal concerns that are implied, as well as the values that the Internet of Things will enshrine.”

“RFID, the Internet of Things and related technologies will help shape our future. Strategic Governments will manage to invest in the deployment of these technologies whilst we collectively need to reflect on the ethical and other societal concerns that are implied, as well as the values that the Internet of Things will enshrine.”


Objective of the network

A message from Neelie Kroes, European Commissioner for the Digital Agenda:

“€50million  have already been invested in the Internet of Things research and development and the first results of this collaborative effort will become visible before the end of 2011. For me there is no doubt that 2011 is the defining year for RFID and the Internet of Things in Europe”

“€50million  have already been invested in the Internet of Things research and development and the first results of this collaborative effort will become visible before the end of 2011. For me there is nol douibt thatb 2011 is the defining year for RFID and the Internet of Things in Europe”


Objective of the network

“RFID will form the basis of better and safer healthcare, drastically improved supply chain management, low cost environmental monitoring for a cleaner, more sustainable future We need a pro-active European approach so that we can benefit from the advantages of RFID whilst giving citizens, consumers and businesses choice, transparency and control.”

Viviane Reding,

FormerEU Commissioner for Information, Society & Media


Objective of the network

AN EU SPONSORED THEMATIC NETWORK

RFID

RFID

. . .

Do you know what it is?

Do you know what it does?

Did you everconsider if it might help you or your company?


Objective of the network

AN EU SPONSORED THEMATIC NETWORK

LOOK AT THESE 12 STATMENTS. DO ANY APPLY TO YOU?

IF THE ANSWER IS “YES” RFID COULD BE THE ANSWER TO

IMPROVED EFFICIENCY, PRODUCTIVITY and .. PROFITABILITY!

  • DO YOU NEED TO IDENTIFY ITEMS

  • DO YOU NEED TO MANAGE ITEM INFORMATION

  • DO YOU HAVE PROBLEMS TRACKING ITEMS OR ASSETS

  • WOULD YOU BENEFIT FROM INCREASED THROUGHPUT OF ITEMS

  • DOES YOUR AVAILABLE SPACE CAUSE STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL PROBLEMS

  • DO YOU ENCOUNTER BOTTLENECKS IN SORTING ITEMS

  • ARE YOU ABLE TO TRACK AND RECOVER PALLETS AND CONTAINERS

  • DO YOU HAVE TO PERFORM TIME CONSUMING MANUAL INVENTORY CHECKS

  • DO YOU HAVE PROBLEMS WITH THEFT OR MISAPPROPRIATION OF GOODS

  • HOW RELIABLE IS THE DATA YOU DERIVE FROM YOUR BUSINESS PROCESSES

  • IS MANUAL DATA ENTRY A SIGNIFICANT FEATURE OF YOUR BUSINESS

  • COULD YOU USE NON LINE OF SIGHT READING CAPABILITY


Strategic approach

Strategic Approach

The network strategy is to concentrate on two distinct area of priority:

Enabling adoption by providing adequate policytools, including enabling policies and awareness towards decision makers, industry and governments

A programme of activity to raise general awareness of RFID among users, SMEs and the general public

In effect a “push” and “pull” approach


Resources to achieve our strategy

Resources to achieve our strategy

  • In order to achieve our strategy, we have developed a series of work packages (WP) broadly based around each key point.

  • One network member is leading each WP, supported by a number of other network members.


Policy priorities

Policy Priorities


Policy priorities1

Policy Priorities


Awareness priorities

Awareness Priorities


Awareness priorities1

Awareness Priorities


Management and coordination

Management and Coordination

The network has put a 3-tier management structure in place:

1A professional external coordinator (WP8) working closely with a

2Management Board made up of all WP leaders plus 3 GA members advised by a

3General Assembly representing the views of all network members


Deliverables and results

Deliverables and Results

  • Each Work Packages has its own individual set of deliverables and action plan to produce them. These have been listed in the formal annual review.

  • However, a number of overriding actions have now been identified for year 2 of the network as being key to the success of the project and needing coordinated joint activity.


Policy programme key actions for year 2

Policy Programme Key Actions for Year 2


Policy programme key actions for year 21

Policy Programme Key Actions for Year 2


Policy programme key actions for year 22

Policy Programme Key Actions for Year 2


Awareness programme key actions for year 2

Awareness Programme Key Actions for Year 2


Awareness programme key actions for year 21

Awareness Programme Key Actions for Year 2


Awareness programme key actions for year 22

Awareness Programme Key Actions for Year 2


Awareness programme key actions for year 23

Awareness Programme Key Actions for Year 2


Awareness programme key actions for year 24

Awareness Programme Key Actions for Year 2


Success criteria

Success Criteria

We believe the network can be considered a success if the following have been achieved by the end of Year 2:

200 Members

80 case studies in database

Governments in 10 States active


Success criteria cont

Success Criteria (cont.)

  • 2 Major conferences for SMEs

  • Press coverage achieved across all member states


Objective of the network

  • Work Package 9

  • The main tasks will be to establish details of existing National Government initiatives and support programmes relating to RFID:

    • Establish a communication pack to go to all Governments

    • and Government agencies outlining what RACE

    • networkRFID  is, what it is doing and how we can help

    • Plan  Governmental workshops in the second half of

    • 2010  and at the end of the project at which Governments

    • can give examples of their own Best Practice and get an

    • overview of what is happening in the RFID marketplace

    • generally

    • Develop a framework and a set of deliverables for creating

    • member-state-funded national centres for RFID

  • It is planned that the work of WP9 will commence at the 2010 General Assembly in Frankfurt


Objective of the network

Quarterly RACE

Newsletter


Summary

Summary

The RACE NetworkRFID project is committed to demonstrating the benefits of RFID as a business improvement process and a tool for enhanced social cohesion across the greater EU region

After a difficult first year, the network is now focused on a series of specific and targeted actions to support the SME community

Helpful and positive support has been received by the EC assessors to help develop these actions

The network is confident of a successful future for the project

EUROPE – LEADING THE WORLD


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