UHF RFID is a key technology for digitising industrial processes
At RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow, Siemens gives an overview about successfully implemented transformation projects as a sponsor, as an exhibitor, and as a lecturer. In addition, attendees will be given an outlook at future implementations of cloud-based IoT operating systems.
Bridging the 'last mile' of digitisation with UHF RFID technology
RFID is one of the keys to digitisation – what sounds like an empty slogan can be filled with real benefits for companies of all sizes. Digitisation creates the basis for a transparency which can be leveraged for process optimisation: acceleration of tasks, error reduction, energy efficiency, and increasing quality of both processes and production. Dieter Horst, Siemens Product Manager Simatic Ident, is attributing a key role therein to UHF RFID technology:
“Only UHF RFID offers the possibility of bridging the 'last mile' between production network, ERP system, and objects without proper communication technologies. Physical assets, such as containers, can gain a digital image in the IoT through UHF RFID and can be managed in new, more efficient ways.” - Dieter Horst, Siemens Product Manager Simatic Ident
Lecture in Forum “Technology & Hardware”: How UHF RFID readers become part of the IoT
On September 27, Marc Tenner, Product Sales Development Manager Industrial Identification, Siemens, will send a clear message for digitisation in the “Technology & Hardware” forum. His lecture will motivate participants to tackle the digital transformation of the industrial landscape. “There is no reason to wait or slow down when it comes to the digital transformation. There are countless possibilities of digitising existing equipment via RFID hardware, sensors, and cloud solutions. And the way there is often more easy than companies assume,” Marc Tenner explains.
Experience RFID hardware, Cloud applications and automation on the exhibition floor!
Siemens not only presents its newest generation of UHF RFID readers, but everything that companies need for a successful digital transformation: By joining RFID and a cloud environment, such as the Siemens MindSphere, users can create a holistic connectivity infrastructure. The experts at the booth explain potential use cases, such as digitising container management via UHF RFID or automating production processes.
Siemens is a sponsor of RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2017!
Siemens shows, using realised projects, that “digital transformation” does not have to be complex. At RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2017, Siemens experts offer consultancy and dispel the falsehood that digitization must be complex or costly.