Developer Day 2017
Forum 3: Software & Systemintegration
RFID and Wireless IoT par excellence!
Lectures in 2017
Gain insight from software providers and system integrators on continuous solutions for digital business models. Learn about the key aspects which all successful digitalisation projects have in common: automation, efficiency, and security.
Passive UHF RFID Sensors – from Threshold Monitoring to Temperature Measurement
Product Manager RFID, Harting IT Software Development
In addition to recognizing IDs, passive UHF sensor transponders can also transfer sensor data. This allows new application fields for the technology, such as threshold monitoring or temperature measurement for predictive maintenance in different industrial environments. In this environments, it is important for an object equipped with an RFID transponder to be able to determine wireless both: the unambiguous ID and its current status with the help of the integrated sensors.
Digital Solutions Architectures for Holistic Business Models
Senior Consultant, Waldemar Winckel
The usability of RFID data from unguided processes in industry and logistics can be transferred into economic benefits via smart analysis. The goal must be to not only lift the potential in internal processes, but across entire value-added chains to make them available to all parties involved.
“Necessity is the mother of invention”
CCO, Nordic ID
Over the years, RFID has brought many improvements to manufacturing processes. Learning about those improvements have created interesting conversations. One group in one automotive factory suggested that if they could avoid having to use both of their hands during the picking process they could greatly increase their productivity. We will discuss how a solution was created to satisfy this need. Not only did we create a new wearable RFID concept but the picking process changed. Software had to be developed and the solution was shaped from the employees’ opinions and experiences. The end-to-end concept included custom RFID tags to increase the effectiveness. Wearable RFID is the natural evolution of the reader.
Reliable Data is Built on Reliable Links: Wireless IoT Tags Transform Physical World's Assets Into Digital
Executive Vice President, Smart Industries, Confidex
Confidex RFID & NFC tags and labels have been used in many of the harshest industrial environments – including the demanding production conditions in automotive manufacturing, pulp and paper processing, as well as global supply chains. The tags help companies to identify and collect data from their moving physical assets. How much know-how is in the RFID tag products?
RFID and IoT Solutions for Oil & Gas Deployed in Mexico, Texas and Brunei
Drs. Sander Merkx
Partner, Mieloo & Alexander
Secured processes first! The failure of a single piece of on-site equipment for example can cause drilling to come to an unplanned – and cost intensive – interruption. Real-time tracking solutions based on passive RFID technology as well as on different IoT technologies create end-to-end traceability for a variety of applications in the oil and gas industries for durable processes: From tracking goods on drilling rigs to tracking employees in rough environments.
Victorinox: Brand Protection Using RFID and a Cloud Based System
Head of RFID, All4Labels Group
As production and distribution processes become globalized, product and trademark protection is becoming a key challenge for brands in almost all industry sectors. Worldwide, brands lose an estimated 500 billion Euros each year due to counterfeit or unlicensed goods – and this number is increasing. A cloud-based solution allows brands like Victorinox to protect their brand identity throughout the distribution process, and beyond that, into product usage and recycling.
No Labor Needed: 53 Fully Automated Doors for Homeware Deliveries at Jysk
Business Development Manager, Vilant Systems
Since January 2016, Jysk Nordic uses passive UHF RFID technology by Vilant Systems for loading processes at the gate for incoming goods at its Swedish warehouse. The biggest challenge was to find an RFID solution that fits all types of pallets. Jysk Nordic and Vilant System succeeded in finding the right position for the tags. Today, only one out of 2,000 pallets contains a loading error and 53 fully automated doors control the flow of goods for homeware deliveries.
NFC for Anti-Counterfeiting, NFC & UHF in One Single Dual Frequency Tag
Sales Manager, Lab-ID
Lab-ID is responding to the current IoT trend with new tags: The UHF/NFC dual-frequency label can be read by UHF RFID readers, for example in a production or logistics environment, as well as by NFC readers. It can be used to identify apparel, wine, liquors, jewellery, and more. The anti-counterfeit NFC inlay can effectively protect bottles, boxed products, and containers from fraud, tampering, and improper handling. The seal cannot be removed or broken without destroying its NFC capabilities.
RF- System Application Manager, Omni-ID
As factories increasingly are being asked to respond in real time to more and more product options and customized product variations from consumers, static paper labels guiding materials through the extended supply chain are unable to keep up. Smart containers that can be tracked and redirected to respond automatically to this complexity, telling operators what to do next, are the answer. ProVIEW provides an exponential leap forward in gaining full process control in our new connected world, with self-directed “smart containers”. You’ll never lose another container or be short of crucial material again.