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NOVA-8: ICT TECHNOLOGY


Project

NOVA-8

Global Opportunity, $18.5 Trillion

(Annual Economic Value Across All Industries)


Our Focus

Edge-Computing

RFID

Technologies

Two Key Challenges

·      Digital Transformation and Lawfully Outreaching to Global Audience are the Two Key Challenges Regulators and Businesses, big are small, are facing across the globe.

·      Currently fewer than 15% of industrial companies have DX Measures in place.

·      Since 1994, we are providing customized scalable end-to-end SMART Solutions, without affecting daily operations during Digital Transformation Process (DTP).

Our SMART Solution


https://www.gartner.com/en

Autonomous Global Access

http://www.themughals.net/initiatives-1/projects

Edge Computing

https://mediacenter.ibm.com/media/The+Future+of+Edge+ComputingA+Banking+%26+Financial+Services/1_fhizp1xo

https://mediacenter.ibm.com/media/Meeting+at+the+crossroads+of+edge+computing+and+automation/1_svp7hrxp

https://www.cisa.gov/publication/5g-edge-vs-core

https://www.cisa.gov/publication/5g-edge-vs-core

Edge Cloud Security

http://www.themughals.net/initiatives-1/projects
http://www.themughals.net/initiatives-1/projects

Converged Edge Cloud
Network Architecture



RFID
http://www.themughals.net/about-us/rfid


What is RFID?

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is Electronic Data Capture Technology (EDCT) that uses radiofrequency waves to read an object (moving or static) to identify, categorize and track the object in real time. RFID is fast, reliable, and does not require physical line of sight or contact between reader/scanner and RFID tagged item. 

At its core, RFID is an Enabling Technology that has the potential of helping buyers and sellers to provide the right product, at the right place, at the right time, thus maximizing sales and profits. 

Like Internet; HD TV; PCs; Smartphone and other Digital Devices, RFID is systematically changing the business landscape. RFID is transforming the way manufacturing and supply chains conduct business worldwide. 

Passive RFID is deployed in billions of units each year, across the globe, on everything from animals to wearables with sensors being embedded in the smart chipset. Active RFID (having its own power source) enable Real Time Location Systems (RTLS) devices and Machine to Machine (M2M) communication via Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) and communicate via internet across the globe in real-time for Asset Tracking Operations (ATO) of Supply Chain; Imports; Exports; Transportation and Logistics etc. Some of RFID Apps are Access Management; Contactless Payment; Inventory Systems; Human Tracking; Logistics Tracking; Machine Readable Travel Documents; Object Tracking and Toll Collections etc.

The benefits of RFID-enabled production and shipping include increased supply chain visibility & security, improved productivity, faster cycle times and lower costs. RFID costs are steadily dropping so that SMEs can adopt RFID solutions.

How RFID System Works, Globally?

For international trading, it’s imperative to join EPCglobal USA, an organization that focuses on the commercial use of RFID technology. When a legal entity becomes EPCglobal US subscriber, an EPC Manager Number is registered for the organization, ensuring unique trade item(s) identification. Additionally, this number is registered and recognized in the EPCglobal Network. There are numerous benefits to join the EPCglobal US, the most important being the ability to create Electronic Product Codes (EPCs) which allows the company to create unique RFID tags identifiable in Global Supply Chain.

While tagging items, cases, boxes and or pallets with a Serialized Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) or a Serial Shipping Container Code (SSCC), shippers are required to encode identifiers into an Electronic Product Code (EPC). This process is very important because it’s the EPC that is embedded in the RFID tag that will be read by the trading partner.

RFID Applications

Supply Chain

Integrated Water System

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Internet of Things (IOT)


Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Internet of Things (IOT)

AIOT Applications


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