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Contact | BRESSNER
BRESSNER Technology

Alexander Pluntke

Sales Manager
BRESSNER Technology GmbH

Phone: (+49) 8142-47284 42

www.bressner.de/en
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in Use Cases | By BRESSNER Technology | 02 February 2017

Industrial handhelds and tablets with optional NFC and HF interfaces will round off the portfolio with efficient and reasonably priced devices

Robust, efficient, compatible, and reasonably priced? The new “Scorpion” handheld and tablet product series for industrial applications by Bressner Technology is available in sizes of up to 12 inches and in high IP protection classes. It supports common operating systems and is equipped with a barcode scanner and a camera as well as various interfaces. NFC and HF interfaces can be optionally integrated. Alexander Pluntke from Bressner speaks with “RFID im Blick Global” about product details, benefits, and application areas of the new “Scorpion“ tablet and handheld series.

Alexander Pluntke, Sales Department, Bressner Technology, in an interview with “RFID im Blick Global”

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in Use Cases | By PR RFID & Wireless IoT Global | 31 January 2017

Cruise company relies on NFC and UHF RFID for room access, payment on board, and uniform and linen tracking

RFID is used consistently in various processes for door lock applications, for staff uniform management, or for laundry tunnel systems on the AIDAprima - to secure its competitiveness for the future. For Gunnar Bock of Aida Cruises, the use of RFID and NFC technologies indicates potential growth for the future. He talks with ‘RFID im Blick Global’ about the comprehensive rollout of identification technology on the cruise ship as well as the migration to virtual keys.

Gunnar Bock, Director of On-board Applications, Aida Cruises, in an interview with ‘RFID im Blick Global’

Contact | TexTrace
TexTrace

Stephan Bühler

CEO
TexTrace AG

Phone: (+41) 62-86551 30

www.textrace.com
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in Use Cases | By TexTrace | 25 January 2017

Secure protection against counterfeits with woven RFID labels from Textrace, from point of manufacture to point of sale

Exquisite fashion companies such as Vivienne Westwood need to protect their products vigorously. Counterfeit products are offered at prices that are 20 to 60 percent below the original brand price on the gray market. Counterfeiting is a global multi-billion dollar business – to the detriment of the trademark owner. The conventional global production and logistics processes hardly allow the tracking of counterfeit products. The company Vivienne Westwood has taken an innovative approach to track fashion products throughout all channels from manufacture to sale using woven UHF RFID labels from Textrace. Stephan Bühler, CEO of Textrace, is certain that product authentication and the authorisation of the channels can be accurately checked and proven to the customer at any point in the supply chain.

Stephan Bühler, CEO, Textrace, in an interview with “RFID im Blick Global“

Contact | Balluff
Balluff

Oliver Pütz-Gerbig

Identification Product Manager
Balluff GmbH

Phone: (+49) 7158-173 400

www.balluff.com/balluff/MDE/en/products/overview-industrial-rfid.jsp
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in Use Cases | By Balluff | 15 November 2016

Mold-ID from Balluff forges transparency for the use of injection molds

Predictive maintenance extends the service life of production systems and components, supports reliable operation, increases productivity, and improves cost-effectiveness. This is especially true for the molds in the machines. They normally experience extensive wear and have a non-trivial impact on production costs. These were the reasons behind the choice of Switzerland-based Max Riner AG to optimize the use of its injection molds with Mold-ID from Balluff. The standalone system can be easily adapted to each machine without having to interact with the control system, enabling condition-based maintenance via industrial RFID technology.

Written by John Großpietsch, Freelance Editor for Balluff

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in Use Cases | By PR RFID & Wireless IoT Global | 05 September 2016

In an industry first in the UK, Paragon has optimized internal processes with RFID

riving efficiency with RFID: UK-based Paragon Automotive wanted to increase the visibility within the automotive supply chain while gaining control over the internal processes at the same time. A passive UHF-RFID-Solution not only enhanced speed and accuracy across the entire supply chain, but also laid the foundation for a glass pipeline between manufacturer, logistics provider, and dealer. Chris Higgins, Group IT Director Paragon Automotive, speaks with “RFID im Blick Global” about the reasons for turning to RFID. He not only focuses on the tagging process, but also highlights the resulting benefits for both Paragon and its clients.

Chris Higgins, Group IT Director at Paragon Automotive in an Interview with „RFID im Blick Global“

Contact | Siemens

Siemens AG

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in Use Cases | By Siemens | 30 August 2016

How UHF-RFID technology optimizes processes and product quality in the production of automotive exterior parts

Arenowned manufacturer of automotive exterior parts is relying on new RFID technology in the UHF range for the production and distribution of bumpers and sills. This facilitates the coordination and optimization of all workflows along the entire value chain, thereby consolidating its top position in terms of process and product quality. The absolutely successful introduction of RFID in this area has already resulted in multiple follow-up projects for the globally operating group.

By Josef Hefele, Promoter for Industrial Identification, Process Industries & Drives, and Michael Bock, Promoter for Industrial Identification, Process Industries & Drives, Siemens

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in Use Cases | By PR RFID & Wireless IoT Global | 24 August 2016

Tracking of dental instruments improves patient safety and improves hygiene

Hygiene, inventory accuracy, patient safety: medical facilities and hospitals have to follow many regulations regarding clinical practice and keep track of their medical equipment at the same time. The School of Oral Health Care at the University of Copenhagen counts on an RFID-based tracking solution to meet these requirements. Most instruments are tagged. Bo Danielsen from the University of Copenhagen talks to „RFID im Blick Global“ about the use and benefits of RFID for staff and patients alike.

Bo Danielsen, Head of School of Oral Health Care, University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, in an interview with “RFID im Blick Global”

in Use Cases | By PR RFID & Wireless IoT Global | 13 July 2016

Daimler uses RFID productively. Plans and projects for applying RFID to numerous other processes are currently being drafted.

Will the next step in series production succeed, and how can a cross-company RFID application be managed?

Positioning techniques, airbag assembly documentation, and RFID Kanban, in addition to the cross-OEM-supplier RFID project: the RFID experts at Daimler in Sindelfingen are busy thinking about numerous processes. The technical feasibility has been demonstrated recently in a proof of concept. The connection to existing backend systems as well as tests within a real production environment will follow. First applications have already been implemented. “The RFID technology has now reached a level of maturity where sustainable process benefits are now feasible,“ says Thomas Gintschel. At the same time, RFID know-how has become so widespread that it can be realistically determined in which processes RFID use is sensible, and in which other technologies should be favoured. Thomas Gintschel and Albert Kronmüller spoke with ‘RFID im Blick Global’ about the applications that are already in use, and whether the applications tested under real conditions are close to serial production.

Thomas Gintschel, Senior Manager IT at Daimler, CoC Lead Shopfloor and Vehicle Software, Information Officer Sindelfingen, and Albert Kronmüller, Director CoC RFID Standards & Services, Daimler, in an interview with ‘RFID im Blick Global’

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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in Use Cases | By Hans Turck | 27 June 2016

Together with other partners, Turck Korea has implemented a complete system – from the production plant right through to the dispatch warehouse

Counterfeit pharmaceutical products present health authorities and competition regulators with a great number of problems. For this reason, in future the entire production and sales chain of pharmaceutical products will be made fully transparent. Together with other partners, Turck Korea introduced this process, known as serialization, for pharmaceutical manufacturer, Daewon Pharm Co. Ltd. The cloud-based solution records the drugs from the production stage right through to storage in the dispatch warehouse.

Written by Frank Rohn, Vice President, sales process automation at Turck

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in Use Cases | By PR RFID & Wireless IoT Global | 20 June 2016

From Supply Chain Management to Supply Network

Data is the key to winning: the German automotive company Continental Automotive is focusing on their supply network concept to optimise their supply chain. Production steps are traced and cleanliness requirements are monitored through the use of RFID. An advantage of employing RFID tracking is that it is possible to have exact and up-to-date information about the availability of special transport units. Klaus-Jürgen Rossbach, of Continental Automotive, speaks about the benefits of RFID deployment in intralogistics processes with ‘RFID im Blick Global’.

Klaus-Jürgen Rossbach, Director Supply Chain Management, Systems & Implementation, Continental Automotive, in an interview with ‘RFID im Blick Global’

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