Reduce Supply Chain Shipment Processing Time By 40-70%

RedBite CEO, Dr Alex C. Y. Wong delivered a keynote presentation at the IDTechEx RFID Europe 2010 Cambridge conference in September. Alex spoke in conjunction with Mr Wolfgang Schoenfeld from Sony Europe on RFID deployments across Sony’s supply chain from factory to the shelf. Sony uses the logistics management solution from RedBite called RedLog to track serialised cases and pallets across multiple organisations in the consumer electronics supply chain. This is the world’s first EPCIS based deployment of this kind and highlighted the ease of customisation, flexibility in system integration and speed of deployment demonstrated by RedBite’s products. Mr Schoenfeld concluded that it was possible to reduce supply chain shipment processing time by a significant factor of between 40%-70%.

Sony use RFID Asset Tracking Solutions from RedBite

Wolfgang Schoenfeld from Sony Europe presented an overview of RedBite’s RFID asset tracking solutions that are deployed within Sony at the logistic conference Log 2010: EHI/GS1 Germany Handelslogistik Kongress. Redbite has deployed RFID asset tracking solutions to track Sony products from factories to warehouses and all the way to the retail stores.

RedAsset Inventory Management: Track Spare Parts

RedBite has successfully deployed four RedAsset systems in separate factories in PGEO, Malaysia in order to track spare parts inventory. RedBite is also on track to deliver three more RedAsset systems currently being deployed.

Introduction of Velocity-based RFID Portal for Warehouse Control

RedBite now has a velocity-based RFID portal for warehouse control. Automated goods receipt upon inbound and goods shipment upon outbound can be verified using velocity as well as non-velocity RFID reads, providing additional confidence to product movement in warehouses.

Track and Trace Solution Now Supports More Technologies

RedBox now supports a wide variety of devices including barcode readers, webcams and status lights to provide the flexibility needed for different deployment requirements. This underscores our commitment towards building a track and trace solution based on a variety of identification technologies in addition to RFID.