RFID - EPC Código electrónico de producto como herramienta de control de merma

  • Yohany Andrés Jiménez Flórez Fundación LOGyCA

Resumen

La tecnología de identificación por radiofrecuencia o RFID, trabajando bajo el estándar de identificación global EPC (por sus siglas en inglés “Electrónic Product Code”) ha revolucionado las cadenas de suministro a nivel global por su capacidad de incrementar la trazabilidad, visibilidad y eficiencia operativa, sin embargo, no ha sido abordado el impacto que puede tener como herramienta de seguridad para las compañías. Este trabajo presenta los hallazgos encontrados mediante el empleo de EPC como herramienta de seguridad y control al robo, comprobado por medio de una prueba piloto desarrollada durante un período de cuatro meses en un punto de venta en Colombia.

Palabras clave: Cadena de abastecimiento, Tecnología, Identificación de productos, Seguridad, Radiofrecuencia, Merma, EPC, RFID, Código de barras.

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Biografía del autor/a

Yohany Andrés Jiménez Flórez, Fundación LOGyCA

Ingeniero Electrónico y Master en Administración de Negocio. Grupo de Investigación CLI de Fundación LOGyCA. Bogotá D.C., Colombia. yjimenez@logyca.org

 

Publicado
2013-12-31
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Jiménez Flórez, Y. (2013). RFID - EPC Código electrónico de producto como herramienta de control de merma. INGE CUC, 9(2), 11-20. Recuperado a partir de https://revistascientificas.cuc.edu.co/ingecuc/article/view/1