RFID from concept to implementation. Polish perspective.

We invite you to read the book entitled "RFID from concept to implementation. The Polish perspective "(http://ksiegarnia.pwn.pl/RFID-on-koncepcja-do-wdrozenia63435997p.html). The authors of the monograph are our associates dr inż. Bartłomiej Gładysz (Warsaw University of Technology) and dr inż. Michał Grabia (Institute of Logistics and Warehousing) and prof. dr hab. Eng. Krzysztof Santarek (Warsaw University of Technology). The book contains examples of implementations implemented by HADATAP (including railway sidings of PKN ORLEN and the warehouse of Fresh Logistics).

"This book, which is a compendium of knowledge about the use of radio frequency identification technology (RFID), shows its technical as well as organizational aspects. Presented are cases of RFID implementations with an emphasis on new possibilities of implementing logistic processes supported by RFID and the benefits flowing therefrom.

Reading the book will provide the technical basis and learn about the cases of RFID technology implementation in Polish organizations. Case studies are presented on the basis of a uniform template, which enables easy case analysis and comparisons.

There will be, among others you can find out:

· What are the standards for RFID technology, · How it works and what is the EPCglobal network architecture, · How to conduct the preparation process for the implementation of RFID technology, · What benefits have been gained thanks to the implementation of this technology in the finished goods warehouse, reloading terminal, museum, logistics center, etc. Because of its universality, the book is addressed to a wide range of recipients - both to students of polytechnic universities with lectured logistics, students of higher logistics schools, people studying transport related science, new technologies, and telecommunications. Due to the large share of practical case study in the book, the content presented in it may prove valuable for managers of logistics companies and anyone interested in modern radio frequency identification technology. "