Industry 4.0 connects employees, production, and workplace IT
WS Kunststoff-Service relies on Augmented Reality glasses and RFID wristbands in manufacturing as a building block for connecting humans, machines, company, and clients. In Forum 1 "Industrial IoT" on September 28, Managing Director Wassim Saeidi will speak about goals, technical implementation, and the benefits unlocked through industry 4.0 solutions.
Augmented Reality and RFID wristbands integrate employees into the production process
For WS Kunststoff-Service, "employee digitisation" means integrating the human operator into the connected company world. The employee is integrated into the production process instead of just executing it. The company relies on Augmented Reality glasses, tablets, and RFID wristbands in order to connect the employee to the MES system.
Keep both hands free for manufacturing processes!
In the "Industrial IoT" forum of RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow, Wassim Saeidi, Managing Director of WS Kunststoff-Service, presents the benefits realised through the use of wireless IoT technology in manufacturing processes: production errors and client claims could be reduced to nearly zero. Training new employees likewise takes less time.
Reduced production costs, increased quality
Smart glasses increase employee flexibility. They gain real-time access to all customer and product data, work schedules, instructions and manuals, safety guidelines, and more. Wireless IoT solutions increase process safety and facilitate industrial manufacturing just in time and exactly according to client specifications. In addition, they enable implementing collaborative work together with assembly robots. The long-term goal of implementing innovative technology at WS Kunststoff-Service: further increasing the quality of industrial manufacturing while further reducing production cost through intelligent ways of working.
About WS Kunststoff-Service
WS Kunststoff-Service is a young industrial company from Lower Saxony specialised in parts and services for automotive, maritime, and consumer goods industries. The product portfolio comprises plastic and metal parts manufacturing, glueing plastic products, packaging, product management, automation, jig construction, and more.
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