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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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RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow

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RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow conference & exhibition

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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 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”

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”

in Use Cases | By PR RFID im Blick | 11 May 2015

Since October 2014, Basler tags all its flat packed goods.
Result: reduced manual counting processes and fewer errors

The fashion company Basler is a wholehearted supporter of RFID technology. In October 2014 they launched an application that has increased transparency in the supply chain of flat goods. Henry Taubald, COO, sees the launch of this technology as the right way of answering the growing challenges in the fashion environment with an economically viable solution: „We have focused on one section of the entire supply chain as RFID technology has been introduced. This starts with our manufacturers from around the world, and finishes with the goods at our logistics centre in Goldbach. In this way the investment remains manageable.“ Henry Taubald tells „RFID im Blick“ in an interview what added value is already evident in logistics and what further steps should follow.

Henry Taubald, COO, Basler Fashion, interviewed by „RFID im Blick“

Contact | Turck
Hans Turck

Bernd Wieseler

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

Phone: (+49) 208-4952 4067

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in Use Cases | By Hans Turck | 06 May 2015

Ready for the Islands

Linked production processes in special machines have disadvantages: A stop at one station results almost immediately in the shutdown of the entire machine. Intelligent buffer sections can ensure a continuous flow of production but can mostly only be implemented effectively with the identification of the workpieces. Automotive supplier EuWe Eugen Wexler GmbH & Co. KG has implemented this in a new production plant for rear vents – with Turck's BL ident RFID system.

Written by Achim Weber, Sales specialist at Turck

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in Use Cases | By PR RFID im Blick | 27 April 2015

No one likes to hear it: labelling costs limit the profitability of RFID

More than 1,750 retail stores of the fashion company Ernsting‘s family empire in Germany and Austria and are supplied by two warehouse locations in Germany. The constantly increasing number of online store orders are also handled from there. he challenges faced by logistics were discussed by “RFID im Blick” in an interview with the logistics manager Holger Henning. He can see the potential of RFID technology in various logistical processes at Ernsting‘s family. Ultimately, however, the technology is not yet harnessed.

Holger Henning, Head of Logistics, Ernsting‘s family, interviewed by “RFID im Blick”

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Schreiner MediPharm

Thorsten Kircher

Business Development Manager
Schreiner MediPharm
a business unit of
Schreiner Group GmbH & Co. KG

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in Use Cases | By Schreiner MediPharm | 02 April 2015

Innovation for Medication - Smart Patient Information with NFC

In cooperation with global players of the pharmaceutical industry, Schreiner MediPharm develops innovative RFID marking solutions that increase the safety and comfort of self-medication.

Together with manufacturers, Schreiner Medi- Pharm is designing innovative solutions for auto-injectors with integrated RFID and NFC technology, to allow the easy handling and safe administration of liquid medicines. ”Schreiner MediPharm, provider of specialty labels, is the largest business unit within the Schreiner Group and has been a reliable partner to the pharmaceutical industry for decades. More than 70 per cent of our sales are generated by the export of multifunctional labels for this industry,“ says Thorsten Kircher. This shows that companies are searching worldwide for high-quality solution specialists who meet equally high quality standards.

Thorsten Kircher, Business Development Manager, Schreiner MediPharm, in an interview with„RFID im Blick“

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in Use Cases | By PR RFID im Blick | 31 March 2015

Failure to comply with the simplest rules is leading to serious consequences – RFID can help with this, according to Prof. Dr. Med. Klaus-Dieter Zastrow

‘The dangerous employee’ – that is what Prof. Dr. Klaus- Dieter Zastrow calls staff in hospitals who are not aware of the consequences of their non-compliance with hygiene guidelines. The expert for hospital hygiene denounces such abuses and sees a great potential for optimisation, also through the use of RFID. “Lack of hygiene has to be recognised explicitly – germs spread by people in hospitals due to improper hygiene measures are responsible for several thousand deaths and long-term damages,” says Prof. Dr. Zastrow.

Prof. Dr. Med. Klaus-Dieter Zastrow, Chief Physician of the Institute of Hygiene and Environmental Medicine, Vivantes Clinics Berlin, in an interview with “RFID im Blick”.

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