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Contact | CAEN RFID
CAEN RFID

David Pallassini

Sales Manager
CAEN RFID SRL

Italien
Telefon: (+39) 347-07 30 520

www.caenrfid.com
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CAEN RFID

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in Articles | By CAEN RFID | 25 January 2016

Lightweight UHF Reader Devices for the Smart and Safe Worker

For oil & gas, using RFID makes maintenance and servicing more efficient, provides greater clarity on logistics, and enables end to end track and trace functionality. RFID provides traceability of valuable assets, accuracy, and speed of information. The hazardous area specialist Extronics has partnered with Caen RFID to develop a new range of UHF readers for use in potentially explosive locations providing the ability for smart, safe, and connected mobile workers.

David Pallassini, Sales Manager, Caen RFID, and John Hartley, Managing Director, Extronics, interviewed by „RFID im Blick“

Contact | MPDV

Rainer Deisenroth

Sales
MPDV Mikrolab GmbH

Phone: (+49) 6261-9209 0

www.mpdv.com/en
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MPDV

in Articles | By MPDV | 20 January 2016

Decentralization often starts off small-scale

It is becoming more and more clear that making processes more flexible must be accompanied by decentralization, because otherwise the complexity of a central controlling system would be unmanageable. Therefore, a different light is shed upon an element of Industry 4.0 – the demand for more decentralized structures: it is about smart processes and more decentralized freedom of choice – technology itself is only secondary. Looking at the connections and the relevant examples pays off.

By Markus Diesner, MPDV Mikrolab

Contact | RUD Ketten
RUD Ketten

Michael Smetz

Product Manager RFID
RUD Ketten Rieger & Dietz GmbH u. Co. KG

Tel: (+49) 7361-504 1291

www.rud.com
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RUD Ketten

in Articles | By RUD Ketten | 19 January 2016

The oil and gas industry has great potential for the use of slings – to use in construction and transport as well as for secure and traceable inspections and inventories

For more than 140 years, RUD Ketten has produced slings for use, predominantly, in industry and transport. With each step forward, the components, such as chains, hooks and lifting points, are increasing in size and becoming more powerful in terms of permissible load capacity. Therefore, the chain system expert is always asking which applications require the most powerful slings. The answer brings us to the offshore industry. “During the construction and operation of offshore platforms for energy generation, construction and plant components weighing several hundreds of tons have to be safely transported and lifted within an offshore environment – a perfect scenario for our slings”, Michael Smetz and David Jaramillo, RUD Ketten, in interview with ‘RFID im Blick’.

Michael Smetz, Product Manager RFID and David Jaramillo, Manager of Business Development – Marine & Offshore RUD Ketten, in interview with Jan Phillip Denkers, ‘RFID im Blick’

Contact | HARTING Technologiegruppe
Harting Technologiegruppe

Olaf Wilmsmeier

Business Development Manager RFID
HARTING Technology Group

Phone: (+49) 5772-47 0

www.harting-rfid.com
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HARTING Technologiegruppe

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in Articles | By Harting Technologiegruppe | 18 January 2016

All over the world, every day, hundreds of trains and trams are carrying millions of people and tonnes of goods

This is everyday business! But have you ever had a closer look at such trains? Have you ever spent a minute thinking of how the equipment is maintained, or how the train position and location system works? Something automatic, for sure. But could you imagine that UHF RFID is more and more important improving this everyday business?

Olaf Wilmsmeier, Product Manager Software, HARTING IT Software Development

Contact | inotec
inotec

Christoph Reill

International Sales Director
inotec GmbH

Phone: (+49) 4321-870999, (+49) 173-3550934

www.inotec.de
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in Articles | By inotec | 15 January 2016

From the automotive industry to chemical and pharmaceutical applications – special features are required of inotag Smart Labels in harsh environments or outdoors

In harsh environments special features are required of smart labels, such as heat, scratch and chemical resistance. They should also be easy to handle and affordable. The label manufacturer inotag is constantly pushing the development of labels for use in container logistics and in the automotive, chemical and pharmaceutical industries – they can also be used for applications where an alternative to adhesive labels is needed.

From Marcus Muschke, Senior Sales and Christoph Reill, International Sales Director, inotag

Contact | Murata
Murata Elektronik

Masahiko Fukuhara

Product Manager
Murata Electronics Europe B.V.

Phone: (+31) 23-5698 363

www.murata.com/products/rfid
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Murata

in Articles | By Murata Elektronik | 07 January 2016

“RFID is the Most Effective Method of Source Tagging”

Embedded miniature tags on circuit boards are well-established in electronics production. However, other industries, such as the automotive industry, could profit from “smart” objects too.

To already equip products with RFID tags in the production phase and thus make them traceable until the “end of life” – this is the vision Murata Electronics has been consistently pursuing for the past five years with their “Magicstrap”. As the driving force of the idea to establish the RFID miniature models of the Japanese technology group in the European electronics industry, Alexander M. Schmoldt says: “Today, source tagging has proven to be an effective and worthwhile application that is in productive use at leading manufacturers such as Schneider Electric. However, the concept can equally well be transferred to other industries such as automotive added value chains.

Alexander M. Schmoldt, Business Development Manager, Murata Electronics, in an interview with “RFID im Blick”

Contact | Kathrein Solutions
Kathrein

Thomas Brunner

Managing Director
Kathrein Solutions GmbH

Phone: (+49) 8036-90831 21

www.kathrein-solutions.com
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Kathrein Solutions

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in Articles | By Kathrein | 10 December 2015

noFilis established AIDC-standard solutions and has launched a new repository for unresolved challenges

noFilis is relying on more than ten years of experience gained through numerous projects with more than 250 customers in 30 countries around the world. This expertise is now available for standard applications, easily solving complex challenges in industrial production and logistics. This is a big step forward for AIDC applications – as it was a common assumption that UHF RFID applications in particular, require time-consuming test and pilot phases. At the same time a repository for cross-enterprise electronic data exchange was developed closing existing gaps in value chains.

Martin Dobler, CTO, and Patrick Hartmann, Global Sales Director, noFilis, in an interview with „RFID im Blick“

Contact | Bornemann
Bornemann

Corinna Wetzel

International Sales Manager
Bornemann AG

Tel: (+49) 5321-3345 351

www.bornemann.net
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Bornemann

in Articles | By Bornemann | 02 December 2015

A new concept designed by Bornemann based on professional tracking devices brings long-term tracking to a completely new level

In late September 2015, at the RFID tomorrow conference, Bornemann for the first time presented its completely new concept for a worldwide container tracking with devices that, despite their small construction size and the fact that they are filled to the brim with GSM, RFID, GPS, and sensor technology, can run with a single battery for up to 15 years. At the same time, the robustness of the devices allows them to be installed, for example, onto a container for its entire life cycle, as Steen Burnaes, CPO at Bornemann reports regarding the tracking technology specialists newest innovations. How the development steps were made over the past years, what potentials for which applications can the new device exploit, and what developments are to follow will be explained by the leading product developer in an interview with “RFID im Blick”.

Steen Burnaes, CPO at Bornemann, in an interview with “RFID im Blick”

Contact | Siemens

Siemens AG

www.siemens.com/ident
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Siemens

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in Articles | By Siemens | 25 November 2015

RFID roll-outs are facilitated by standards with semantic information, simplified automation and IT integration and readers that can be swiftly configured

The digitisation of value chains will in the future result in an even stronger suppliers integration in production networks. Connecting RFID with IT plays a crucial role. The big challenge, however, will be the data networking of all those involved. The automotive industry offers the best conditions for doing this, because suppliers and OEMs, more than other industries, are already networked to create added value, explains Markus Weinländer, Siemens. Markus Weinländer talks in the interview about how the step from closed-loop to open-loop identification can be accomplished and how Siemens is promoting the Digital Enterprise.

Markus Weinländer, Siemens, in interview with ‘RFID im Blick’

Contact | Turck
Hans Turck

Bernd Wieseler

Director Product Management RFID Systems
Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG

Phone: (+49) 208-4952 4067

www.turck.com
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Turck

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in Articles | By Hans Turck | 24 November 2015

Turck and its technology partners bring a sensor tag to the market, which redefines processes with a special focus on the automotive industry

Water limits the functionality of UHF RFID technology, because it limits high-frequency electromagnetic fields and changes the resonance frequency. Water or other moisture reduces the read rate of UHF transponders to a minimum and makes the UHF technology unusable in practice in humid environments. Turck and its technology partners took advantage of this and developed a unique RFID label that makes use of the restricting effect of water in moisture detection. This innovation will be of great value for the automotive industry, in particular, as Business Development Manager Walter Hein reports to “RFID im Blick”.

Walter Hein, Business Development Manager RFID, Turck in interview with „RFID im Blick“

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