Ubiquitous Materials for the Logistic Information System

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Modern identification technologies such as radio-frequency identification, or RFID, have become increasingly important for streamlining production and logistics operations in almost every industry. In steel industrial enterprise, there is many logistic information which is still collected manually. It brings out many disadvantages such as inaccurate logistics information, irregular logistics, be lasted feedback and so on. In this paper, presents the feasibility of deploying RFID for the steel industry as a tool to reduce the production costs. Steel industry that is applicable to RFID-based tracking management system is proposed. And basically small and medium-sized steel industries, reflecting the characteristics of the building systems and by allowing for faster application time, while minimizing the capital investment.

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Prof. Dongyan Shi

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117-120

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S. Y. Lee, "Ubiquitous Materials for the Logistic Information System", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 876, pp. 117-120, 2018

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February 2018

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