Facta Universitatis, Series: Mechanical Engineering
The barcodes and Radio Frequency Identification tags that are being used during manufacturing, assembly, warehousing, and distribution could also be reused at the end of the product lifecycle for an identification of the correct disassembly process that would result in recycling of its components. The barcodes or RFID tags can be helpful in identifying objects in terms of sustainable development, regarding disassembly, recycling and reuse. In this paper, the analysis of the current applications of RFID Technology in the final phase of the product lifecycle will be presented. The simulation of the disassembly process supported by both barcode and RFID-enabled product sorting in Rockwell simulation Software Arena.
Original Publication Citation
Jovanović, V., Filipović, S., Ostojić, G., Stankovski, S., & Lazarević, M. (2009). Analysis of possible use of identification technologies in disassembly. Facta Universitatis, Series: Mechanical Engineering, 7(1), 81-92.
Jovanović, Vukica; Filipović, Sreten; Ostojić, Gordana; Stankovski, Stevan; and Lazarević, Milovan, "Analysis of Possible Use of Identification Technologies in Disassembly" (2009). Engineering Technology Faculty Publications. 14.