Identity-Based Tracking and Web-Services for SMEs
TraSer is an EU FP6 funded project with a development duration of 3 years (June 2006-May 2009).
The consortium working in the TraSer project will develop, test, and document innovative open-source tracing and tracking solutions for products and product data of companies involved in changing networks.
Main project outputs:
■ Open-source software platform for product and product-data track and trace allowing for:
● Low initial systems investment,
● Applicability with legacy and low-end standard systems,
● Lean implementation and maintenance, to minimise the requirements for IT specialist staff,
● SME access to Logistics Service Providers (LSPs) tracking infrastructure and RFID readers,
■ Industrial implementations,
■ Reports on the implementation cases,
■ Descriptions of specific SME business scenarios and models of potential benefits of developing product-centric applications in the scenario situations,
■ Advancing theory on product-centric service innovation, the evolution paths for product-centric information architectures and applications.
|Computer and Automation Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Science (coordinator)|
|Helsinki University of Technology|
|University of Groningen|
|Innotec Magyar Kft.|
|Finland Post Corporation|
|TNO Information and Communication Technology|
|Wittmann&Partner Computer Systems|
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