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Automatic Identification

Course 2
 
Technologies for Automatic Identification
 
Components, applications, benefits
 
Without a quality data collection, it is impossible to obtain quality results in the industrial field. As manual data collection is not a secure method, to-day identification techniques are being used to automatically recognize the physical items in material flows.
 
Then, communication technologies, either wired or wireless, forward the information to data collection point, either on-line or in batch mode.
 
Targets
 
 To know the main parts of an automatic identification system and to understand its operation and application capabilities
To effectively select the identification products more suited to each specific application
To obtain an overview on available offer
Suggested duration: 1 or 2 days depending on the depth to be reached.
 
Agenda
 
1. The importance of automatic identification
1.1 Techniques of recognition and identification
1.2 The benefits of automatic identification
1.3 A wide range of applications: from access control to pattern recognition
 
2. Bar codes
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Peculiarities of bar codeClassification
2.3 Symbol structure
2.4 Significant elements for usage
2.5 Analysis of main codes
 
3. Induction-based systems
3.1RFID technology
3.2 Features
3.3 Tags
3.4 Transponders 
3.5 The available offer
 
4. Smart cards
4.1 Features 
4.2 When smart cards should be used
 
5. Vision systems 
5.1 Composition 
5.2 Pattern extraction and recognition 
5.3 Optical character recognition (OCR)
 
6. Other technologies
6.1 Fingerprint recognition, retina recognition
6.2 Compared analysys of described technologies
6.3 Selection criteria
 
7. Application examples
 
8.Conclusion
8.1 Compared analysys of described technologies 
8.2 Selection criteria