Proof of Excellence in Wireless Technology for Logistics

RFID & Wireless IoT for efficient processes in a global economy

Speed, reliability, efficient use of energy and 100 percent quality assurance are the key requirements in modern logistics processes. RFID & Wireless IoT applications create sustainable solutions for almost every link in the supply chain. Industry insiders and process owners share their knowledge here.

Scaling for Optimal Customer Support

Case Studies: Workwear Management – Decentralized Laundry Services and Ca'del Bosco Franciacorta – From the Vineyard to the Bottle
Shipment Verification Station

Containers with liquids and metal objects can be recorded reliably and quickly in UHF-RFID bulk read operations
Item-Level Temperature Logging

Offering the appropriate solution – in the shape of two innovative products that leverage the latest digital ID technologies.
Laundry Logistics

Data transparency, cost savings, shrinkage reduction, quality increase and satisfied customers
Port of the future

Employing ICT solutions, adopting green technologies and combining different modes of transport – measures of digitalization for more efficiency, cost reduction, and a sustainable port of the future.
Container management

With RFID, Merck is aiming for 100 percent control of special containers for Performance Materials.
Real time locating systems

Vehicles, forklifts, load carriers – if you have a precise view of mobile objects in real time, you increase business process transparency and save costs and time. K-RTLS from Kathrein Solutions presents itself with innovative features.
Real time locating systems

RTLS is a key technology for digitalization. What is especially exciting is the possibility of developing Simatic RTLS into a platform for a variety of different applications, thus enabling the particularly cost-effective realization of new applications.
UHF Vehicle Detection

At the Race Track Days of Tönnjes, Kathrein Solutions, and NXP Semiconductors, the potential of UHF technology for AVI applications in the racing environment was presented.
Wearables in logistics and production

World premiere: Feig Electronic launches a wearable on the market that minimizes time losses in production and logistics, increases productivity and creates consistent transparency.
IoT solution

Mojix provides RTLS Complete Solution to Shipbuilding Company from Bremen in Germany.
Baggage Tracking

IATA resolution 753 paves the way for large-scale baggage tracking via UHF RFID – Initial solutions have the potential to change passenger air traffic in the long term.
Digitised trailer components

A supplier for the commercial vehicles industry aims for transforming the logistics sector
Airport tracking

Finnish Airport Operator Finavia increases customer satisfaction with optimised availability of baggage trolleys thanks to RFID
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Wireless Technologies for Logistics

As part of the supply chain management, logistics management is a complex field that includes operations in the material handling, inventory and warehouse monitoring, transportation, security, production, and packaging.

All articles in this section have been selected with care to not only provide you with information about certain projects but also to give you the opportunity to find the exact fit of supplier, product, or solution for your own project.

Improving Efficiency

Distribution logistics are focused on efficient movement of a finished product, specifically delivering goods from production to the end-customer. Tracking systems based on wireless technologies like RFID, LPWAN, or GPS in warehouses and transport vehicles monitor goods and provide information about location, availability, status, and destination. Sensitive products (that have to be cooled or heated during transit) can be monitored with sensors that alert personnel if, for example, a certain temperature cannot be maintained.

Fewer errors with automation

Intralogistics are concerned with handling and processing material goods before distribution to the end-customer (in a warehouse or distribution centre). Organisation and automation of processes can be achieved with wireless technologies (for example, RFID) that offer smart labeling solutions, remote monitoring, and technical support.

Sequencing can become automated through a combination of transponders and readers and a smart assembly line. This leads to a reduction of error-prone, time-consuming manual labour and increases productivity. Documentation and analytical reports can become automated processes via cloud information.

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