Without giving too much about this two way radio buying guide piece, but I thought it interesting and relevant to what I’m currently doing.
The RFID or Radio Frequency ID systems are used in several DoD (Department of Defense) infrastructure projects because of their usefulness and security. The movement of goods is tracked making use of tracking tags and protocol to that movement is established by Unique Identification (IUID) via confidential designation in primary points in operations security channel.
A wide-ranging informatics management system that allows more efficient acquisition, repair and consumption during procurement process is known as Unique Identification (IUID). IUID offers itemized data to enable more efficient managerial and war fighter functions, and better engineering and logistic revaluation.
In 2004, the DoD initiated rules two Way Radio frequency systems use in a guide to use of active tags, passive tags, and compatible equipment in its supply chain. This covers EPC (Electronic Product Code) access as well. Prioritized as a crucial technological element to Department of Defense change management, the DoD RFID key enabler is a critical instrument for controlling and monitoring asset visibility.
The use of radio frequency is particularly relevant in monitoring dangerous goods in trade and in travel. Part of the growing number of technologies employed to secure national defense, DoD RFID is part of an entire scope of security procurement strategies designed to built responsive systems to ward against terror and other unwanted illegal transport of compounds and substances that may pose security risk.
The defense protocol for the use of radio frequency in supply operations extends to aerospace defense manufacturing institutions in public-private partnerships. The larger program received a civilian component with the integration of radio frequency at airports as a part of the anti-terror strategies.
Broad use of radio frequency in international airport hubs is now the standard. As far as baggage handling operations are concerned, RFID is used by almost all major airports even if it is not a compulsion, but a recommendation given by IATA (International Aviation and Transportation Administration).
When it comes to the use of radio frequency for better security, the airport operations agreements and risk management benefits are compared by most commercial carriers. Officials have to address a number of factors with regards to procurement and operations once it is used in SCM (supply chain management), CRM (customer relationship management), SAP, data warehousing and ERP (enterprise resource planning) in airport operations.
Deliberate or accidental radio frequency intervention causing external damage to the sensing is the main risk for unique identification and radio frequency systems.