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in Use Cases | By PR RFID im Blick | 03 November 2015

Worldwide projects and investigations of Fresenius Kabi demonstrate the benefits of RFID technology, especially for the logistics of blood bags

Around 29 million blood bags and packed red blood cells are processed annually in Europe. Using RFID for identification in the logistics process, more than 400 million scans can be saved! There is an enormous potential for optimisation for blood donor services by using this technology, as Dr. Armin Reidel, Fresenius Kabi, explains. The technical requirements have been addressed by Fresenius Kabi and its partner Biolog-id in large-scale projects in Mexican hospitals and Italian blood banks, which are already showing benefits in practice.

Dr. Armin Reidel, Director Disposable Kits, Division Medical Devices, Fresenius Kabi Germany, in interview with ‘RFID im Blick’

in Use Cases | By PR RFID im Blick | 02 November 2015

RFID establishes decisive transparency over a pool of 110,000 special load carriers

Tata Steel Packaging (TSP), subsidiary of one of the largest steel companies worldwide, manufacturers steel products for the packaging industry in the Dutch city IJmuiden. The major share of the products is transported as coils on the circa 110,000 special returnable transport items (RTIs) with a total value of about 17 million. Around 10 percent of these RTIs gets lost per year. Therefore, a solution needed to be implemented. Today, all RTIs are captured automatically at the loading and unloading of the trucks as well as when coil and RTI are “wed” in the packaging system. The result: more transparency, lower expenditures.

Pim de Zeeuw, Packaging Coordinator, Tata Steel Packaging, Netherlands, talking to “RFID im Blick“

in Use Cases | By PR RFID im Blick | 29 October 2015

Migros Ostschweiz is rolling-out an RFID system to establish a seamless tracking from the meat production to the supermarket

Each day, around 400 pallets with meat containers leave the production facilities with having one of the 100 stores that belong to the Genossenschaft Migros Ostschweiz as their destination. Now, the cooperative Migros Ostschweiz is about to roll out an RFID-based data pool that allows a gap-less tracking of transport boxes from the meat production until the supermarket. “RFID im Blick” talked to Kai Porankiwitz, Genossenschaft Migros Ostschweiz.

Kai Porankiwitz, Head of Goods Flow, Migros Ostschweiz in an interview with “RFID im Blick”

in Use Cases | By PR RFID im Blick | 28 October 2015

Consistent monitoring with RFID preventively protects switchgears from overheating and prevents consequential damage

A breakdown of a switchgear system in a computer centre, power plant, or chemical factory leads to fatal consequences: possible results are not only high costs, but also great danger for the workers. “In order to protect modern switchgears with high possibility of failure, permanent thermo-observation with RFID is the only way to guarantee monitoring during operation,” says Michael Krämer of the company Köhl s.à.r.l. As a service, the manufacturer of switchgears equips all their new plants with an RFID sensor system.

Michael Krämer, Head of International Business Operations & Sales, Köhl Unternehmensgruppe, in an interview with “RFID im Blick”

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in Use Cases | By RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow | 18 August 2015

Unique in German-speaking countries: The RFID multifunction cards used by Tyrol Clinic employees are the basis of a comprehensive service and security system

Since 2003, achieving a comprehensive security system has been a management priority for the Tyrol Clinics hospital group, with the hospital board establishing a successful, dedicated unit to manage all aspects of security in one place. Tyrol Clinics is now a pioneer of future- and needs-based security management in German-speaking coun- Clinic Safety Issues tries. A first system was implemented 15 years ago to make use of electronic access solutions, and now includes self-service dispensers for physical keys, drugs and post, as well as priority control of lifts. The RFID employee card is used as an identification medium for every application, allowing every point of entry to be strictly controlled.

Jürgen Schreiber, Security Manager, Tyrol Clinics, in an interview with “RFID im Blick”

in Use Cases | By RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow | 30 July 2015

Using RFID technology, every asset of Copenhagen’s drinking water network is registered and centrally managed by Hofor (Copenhagen Energy)

Each year, 50 billion litres of water flow through Copenhagen’s 2,000 kilometers of water network, supplying one million residents in the metropolitan area with their daily water needs. This is a mammoth task for regional water provider Hofor (Copenhagen Energy) and for their service staff, who regularly maintain 160,000 valves across the city. Hofor uses strict controls to ensure high quality fresh water standards and currently employs the integrated RFID solution of Danish system integrator ‘Veriloc Automation’, as part of its web-based operation.

Interview with Christian Almskou, Managing Director, Veriloc Automation ApS

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in Use Cases | By MOJIX | 22 July 2015

Traceability through Real-Time Positioning

Falling oil prices have resulted in the need to make savings, with oil companies needing to make the availability of critical assets more efficient and to automate supply chains, explains Roelof Koopmans, Mojix. Real-time positioning solutions based on passive RFID technology create end-toend traceability for a variety of applications: from positioning people on oil rigs, via Asset Tracking in offshore operations, through to the worldwide tracking of materials in global supply chains.

Roelof Koopmans, Managing Director Europe, Mojix, in interview with ‘RFID im Blick’

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in Use Cases | By PR RFID im Blick | 08 July 2015

“We can produce goods more effectively and reliably”

Two years after the launch of RFID-enabled bumper production in Meerane, Hendrik Rothe, CEO of Magna Exteriors & Interiors (Meerane), comes to a positive conclusion: “The reliability of RFID-based manufacturing and system solutions ensures product quality – this is a successful way of attracting new customers as well as convincing automotive suppliers. Within an unusually short time the Magna plant in Saxony, Meerane, achieved 100 per cent utilisation. And the use of the technology will be expanded and refined.”

Hendrik Rothe, CEO Magna Exteriors & Interiors (Meerane), in interview with “RFID im Blick”

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in Use Cases | By ifm electronic | 26 June 2015

Transparent Installation Supervision

The constant increase in automation in modern production plants is increasingly supported by identification systems. Their tasks include the control or release of production steps or the assignment of information about each product, for example. This is particularly easy to achieve if the RFID components communicate via the AS-Interface fieldbus.

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in Use Cases | By PR RFID im Blick | 28 May 2015

With the development of an RFID application to optimise processes in the OR and ICU, Draeger have hit the mark – the demand for this solution is increasing

Is the breathing circuit connected properly? When does the flow sensor need to be replaced? These and other questions designed to optimise processes are answered by an RFID application using ventilation and anesthesia accessories produced by Draeger. “RFID technology is the basis for numerous ways of optimising processes using different ventilation and anesthesia accessories. Possible confusion is minimised, exchange intervals are displayed automatically and patient parameter settings are stored and transferred between the different devices – this supports safe work processes, even when things get hectic in the operating room or intensive care unit. The RFID technology contributes significantly to better working comfort,” explains Andreas Otto, who is responsible for the RFID product development at Draeger.

Andreas Otto, Senior Product Manager, Draeger, in an interview with “RFID im Blick”

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