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EPC/RFID - Global Progress Bill McLeer EPCglobal US. Membership June 2006. Each EPCglobal member joins once in the location of their head office. Rapid growth continues. Breakdown: End Users = 59% Solution Providers = 41% In 36 countries. How Action Groups Work.

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Epc rfid global progress bill mcleer epcglobal us

EPC/RFID - Global ProgressBill McLeerEPCglobal US


Membership june 2006

Membership June 2006

  • Each EPCglobal member joins once in the location of their head office

 2006 EPCglobal US


Rapid growth continues

Rapid growth continues

  • Breakdown:

  • End Users = 59%

  • Solution Providers = 41%

  • In 36 countries

 2006 EPCglobal US


How action groups work

How Action Groups Work

 2006 EPCglobal US


Ratified standards from collaborative efforts of global subscribers

Ratified Standards from Collaborative Efforts of Global Subscribers

  • EPCglobal Standards are the product of the collaborative efforts of global Subscribers from many industries, who participate in EPCglobal Action & Working Groups.  To date, we have ratified 5 Standards:

    • EPC Tag Data Standard (TDS) identifies specific encoding schemes for GS1 system keys like SGTIN, SSCC, GLN, GRAI, GIAI, DoD constructs of CAGE, DoDAAC and GID.  

    • EPCglobal Tag Data Translation (TDT)Standard contains details of the structure and elements of machine-readable markup files and provides guidance on how it might be used in automatic translation or validation software, whether standalone or embedded in other systems.

    • Class 1 Generation 2 UHF Air Interface Protocol (Gen 2) Standard addresses physical and logistical requirements for passive-backscatter, Interrogator-talks-first (ITF) 860-960MHz RFID systems

 2006 EPCglobal US


Ratified standards from collaborative efforts of global subscribers1

Ratified Standards from Collaborative Efforts of Global Subscribers

  • Application Level Event (ALE) Standard specifies an interface through which clients may obtain filtered, consolidated EPC data from a variety of sources.

  • Object Naming Service (ONS) Standard specifies how the Domain Name Server System is used to locate authoritative metadata and services associated with a given EPC Manager Number.

  • and provided background technical information to use in conjunction with your standards-based systems:

    • EPCglobal Architecture Framework: identifies the relationship between EPCglobal hardware, software, and data standardsand the EPCglobal Network components

    • EPCglobal Certificate Profile: defines an X.509 certificate profile for use in the EPCglobal network.

  •  2006 EPCglobal US


    Gen 2 the global standard for uhf

    Gen 2 - the global standard for UHF

    • Costs and Performance

    • Remaining regulatory issues are close to resolution

      • China

      • Europe - Frequency allocation and “Listen Before Talk”

    • Wide ranging feedback

      • Gen 2 has exceeded expectations

      • Gen 2 is becoming the implemented global standard (UHF)

    • ISO 18000-6 Type C now a published standard

     2006 EPCglobal US


    Rapid progress continues

    Rapid progress continues

    • 7 ratified global standards

    • Network and security standards (supported by Architectural Review Committee Guidelines)

    • Item level tagging - UHF and HF work groups

      • Other tag types to follow (EPCglobal is tag “neutral”)

    • Certification services - confident technology use

     2006 EPCglobal US


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