User Day 2018
Forum 3: Logística y cadena de suministro

RFID y del Internet de las cosas inalámbrico por antonomasia!

Best Practice in wireless IT

Today, even the small shop next door is a part of global flow of goods. Speed, reliability, and quality assurance are the key aspects in the transport of goods. RFID and wireless IoT applications are sustainable solutions for logistics companies to provide the best possible services and fine-grained transparency for condition monitoring to their customers.

Determining The State and Location of Objects with Bluetooth and Other Technologies

Determining The State and Location of Objects with Bluetooth and Other Technologies

Dr. Holger Schlüter
Associate Director IoT/Industrie 4.0, Lufthansa Industry Solutions, Germany
Applications: increase availability of operating resources, process optimisation in logistics and manufacturing, detection of the improper transport of goods and loading aids.
From Heavy Metal to A Transparent Flow of Goods

From Heavy Metal to A Transparent Flow of Goods

Alexander Lutze
BPW InnovationLab, BPW Bergische Achsen, Germany
How BPW Bergische Achsen wants to shape the future of logistics as a supplier for the commercial vehicle industry.
Container Management Solution with RFID at Merck

Container Management Solution with RFID at Merck

Andreas Grimm
Director Supply Chain Management, Performance Materials | Integrated Supply Chain Enablement | Supply Chain 4.0, Merck Group, Germany
Digital benefits with RFID & Co in the production of cruise ship cabins

Digital benefits with RFID & Co in the production of cruise ship cabins

Fabian Möller
Logistics Project Manager, MV WERFTEN Fertigmodule, Germany
No more lost baggage!

No more lost baggage!

Florent Perrichon
CEO, Travel Sentry and Okoban, Switzerland
Is an permanent embedded RFID tag the key?
Real-time Asset Management for Ground Support Equipment (GSE) for Blumenbecker Technik at the DHL Hub in Leipzig

Real-time Asset Management for Ground Support Equipment (GSE) for Blumenbecker Technik at the DHL Hub in Leipzig

Olaf Poenicke
Research Manager, Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation IFF, Germany
More to come soon

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