SERAMIS

RFID 4 fashion: to be repeated!

On Thursday 12th November, more than a hundred people gathered in Parma (Italy) for the RFID 4 fashion event. The workshop aimed at presenting the results of the latest research activities of the EU funded SERAMIS Project and detailing successful RFID deployments and benefits in companies like lmpinj, Diffusione Tessile, Adler, Liu…

Best Paper Award for SERAMIS

SERAMIS research from the RFID Lab of the University of Parma has been awarded with the “Best Paper Award” at the “XX Summer School in Industrial and Mechanical Plants Francesco Turco”, that was held in in Naples last September. The paper, entitled “Deploying RFID in the fashion and apparel sector: an in…

SERAMIS Use Cases

According to the needs of the industry partners and the state-of-the-art use cases that RFID infrastructure can enable in the retail industry, the SERAMIS system will focus on two categories of RFID-enabled use cases: The first group of use cases aspires to improve in-store inventory management, i.e. product flow &…

European Survey on RFID technology

Many companies across Europe have already participated in the European Survey on RFID Technology, which is conducted by RFID-in-Europe and ELTRUN, the E-Business Research Center of the Athens University of Economics and Business. You can immediately see the results of the survey, by just clicking here and completing the respective…

Recent Publications

We want to draw your attention to two recently accepted journal articles. In the article Classification Models for RFID-based Real-Time Detection of Process Events in the Supply Chain: An Empirical Study the authors investigate the use of data mining techniques for filtering and aggregating raw RFID data. The paper will be…

Five SERAMIS presentations in October

Last week we presented the SERAMIS project four times, at the GS1 Global Standards Event in Rome and at the International RFID Congress in Marseille. In Rome Frédéric Thiesse from the University of Würzburg gave a speech titled “Handling massive RFID data sets”, Andrea Volpi from the University of Parma presented…

Using time information to identify anomalies and improve quality in business processes

Business process management is the key to aligning a company’s business with the needs of clients. Companies increasingly rely on technology (for example RFID) to monitor, analyze, and improve their business processes. However, no technology is perfect, and quality issues often prevent us from using technology to its full potential.…