RU121621U1 - Automatic ordering system for accessories - Google Patents

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RU121621U1
RU121621U1 RU2012112132/08U RU2012112132U RU121621U1 RU 121621 U1 RU121621 U1 RU 121621U1 RU 2012112132/08 U RU2012112132/08 U RU 2012112132/08U RU 2012112132 U RU2012112132 U RU 2012112132U RU 121621 U1 RU121621 U1 RU 121621U1
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The utility model relates to a data processing system, namely to enterprise resource planning systems, and can be used to automatically order components. An automatic component ordering system includes a container for collecting empty containers from under components, a set of RFID tags installed on containers, and an analytical module. The analytical module is equipped with a controller with a radio frequency antenna and a computer. Software is installed on the computer, which allows automatic ordering of components as they are consumed. The utility model allows to expand the arsenal of technical means of automatic management of warehouse resources. 1 ill.

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The utility model relates to a data processing system, namely to enterprise resource planning systems, and can be used to automatically order components.

A known radio frequency identification system comprising a reader for tags contained on delivered goods, a server coupled to a reader and comprising software modules configured to create a goods receipt journal and generate a correspondence form between delivered goods and goods arrival routes (see patent RU 2408078, class G07F 7/00, publ. 12/27/2010). A disadvantage of the known device is the inability to use it for automatic replenishment of the warehouse with missing components.

The objective of the utility model is to eliminate this drawback. The technical result consists in expanding the arsenal of technical means of automatic management of warehouse resources. The problem is solved, and the technical result is achieved by the fact that the automatic system for ordering components includes a container for collecting empty containers from under the components, a set of RFID tags installed on the containers, and an analytical module equipped with a controller with an RF antenna and a computer on which the software is installed , which allows to automatically order components as they are spent.

The drawing shows a diagram of the analytical module of the proposed system.

An automatic component ordering system is used to order goods from a supplier company without using the work of a storekeeper and an employee of the supply department to form and send an application for the supply of components. The order of goods is carried out automatically as it is spent using the Radio Frequency Identification System (RFID - Radio Frequency Identification). RFID is a method of automatic identification of objects in which, through radio signals, data stored in the so-called transponders or RFID tags are read or written. Most RFID tags consist of two parts: an antenna for receiving and transmitting a signal and an integrated circuit for storing and processing information, modulating and demodulating an RF signal, and some other functions. RFID is widely used in logistics, retail, and personnel authentication systems. In all these cases, the RFID associates a physical object (for example, a product in a warehouse) with digital attributes (for example, a description of a product, its value, date and order of shipment). RFID technology allows you to read product information without direct contact; has a high speed reading tags; allows you to simultaneously read all the labels within the antenna; allows the use of more complex, cryptographically secure protocols.

The proposed system consists of a container container (plastic box), a set of RFID tags and an analytical module. Labels are installed on containers in which components are stored in the enterprise’s warehouse. As components are used up, empty containers with tags are put into a container.

An order is formed using the analytical module, which consists of the following parts: antenna 1 RFID, controller 2 medium-range RFID, industrial computer 3 (designed to operate in harsh environmental conditions, without moving parts, with a passive cooling system and loaded with using FLASH drives), a modem 4 for data transmission using GSM 900/1800 Mg technology, a power strip 5, power supplies 6, a perforated cover 7 and an iron shielded case 8. Software is installed on the computer This allows automatic ordering of components as they are spent.

The system operates as follows.

Empty containers freed up after using the product are stacked in a container. After placing empty containers in the container, once a day at a specified time, using the software installed on the computer, the tags are initialized. The signal from the computer is sent to the RFID controller, and the RFID controller, through an antenna connected to the controller, reads the RFID tags located in the container to collect empty containers. The RFID controller, receiving data from the antenna, processes it, determines the number of RFID tags that are in the container for collecting containers, the individual numbers of each tag and transfers this data to the computer. The computer processes the data received from the RFID controller, counts the number of identical tags, the total number of tags and forms a purchase order form. After the formation of the order form, the computer establishes a connection to the Internet using a modem for data transfer and sends the form to the supplier company to the specified e-mail.

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  1. An automatic component ordering system, including a set of RFID tags installed on containers, an analytical module containing equipment for reading RFID tags installed on containers, characterized in that the system includes a container for collecting empty containers from under RFID tags, as equipment for reading tags use a medium-range controller equipped with an antenna, said controller is connected to an analysis computer module, on which the software is installed, which allows to automatically order components as they are consumed.
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RU2672389C1 (en) * 2014-12-02 2018-11-14 Бэйцзин Цзиндун Шанкэ Информейшн Текнолоджи Ко., Лтд. System of follow-up inspection of orders
RU2697626C2 (en) * 2017-08-28 2019-08-15 Федеральное государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение высшего образования "Калмыцкий государственный университет имени Б.Б. Городовикова" Method of selective receipt of information at simultaneous reading of multiple rfid tags

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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RU2672389C1 (en) * 2014-12-02 2018-11-14 Бэйцзин Цзиндун Шанкэ Информейшн Текнолоджи Ко., Лтд. System of follow-up inspection of orders
RU2697626C2 (en) * 2017-08-28 2019-08-15 Федеральное государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение высшего образования "Калмыцкий государственный университет имени Б.Б. Городовикова" Method of selective receipt of information at simultaneous reading of multiple rfid tags

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