Challenges faced by the RFID Systems in Apparel Sector

Nayak, R and Padhye, R 2015, 'Challenges faced by the RFID Systems in Apparel Sector', in Global Textile Congress Proceedings, Bangkok, Thailand, 13-15 February 2015, pp. 91-94.


Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title Challenges faced by the RFID Systems in Apparel Sector
Author(s) Nayak, R
Padhye, R
Year 2015
Conference name World Textile Congress
Conference location Bangkok, Thailand
Conference dates 13-15 February 2015
Proceedings title Global Textile Congress Proceedings
Publisher Global Textile Congress
Place of publication Thailand
Start page 91
End page 94
Total pages 4
Abstract In the field of Textile and Clothing, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), which is one of the most promising technological innovations, is used in manufacturing, inventory control, warehousing, distribution, logistics, automatic object tracking and supply chain management. RFID technology can improve the potential benefits of supply chain management through reduction of inventory losses, increase of the efficiency, increase in the speed of processes and improvement of information accuracy. Although the technology existed for several years, the technological challenges and cost issues are the major hurdles for the widespread use of RFID. In this paper, the authors have addressed the key challenges faced by RFID, disadvantages and future directions of the technology.
Subjects Textile and Fashion Design
Keyword(s) RFID
fashion
textiles
supply chain management
inventory
retail.
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