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IO-Link: Makes Automation Even More Powerful Than Ever Before

The seamless communication from the sensor to the network is essential for efficient production. Components and infrastructure are required to make information available and transports them across all levels. 140 more words

Industrial Identification

Make sure your RFID system is future-proof by answering 3 questions

With the recent widespread adoption of RFID technology in manufacturing plants I have encountered quite a number of customers who feel like they have been “trapped” by the technology. 507 more words

Tool Identification in Metalworking

With the start of industry 3.0 (the computer based automation of production) the users of machine tools began to avoid routine work like manually entering tool data into the HMI.   408 more words

Identification technology for Work In Process applications is evolving

I have had countless conversations over the years regarding barcode vs RFID. Most of those discussions I explained that both technologies have their own unique set of features and benefits and it is rarely the case where they are competing. 279 more words

Demand the Best from Your RFID Partner

That seems like a no-brainer statement, but often I find myself talking to customers who are frustrated with their current vendor for a myriad of reasons. 307 more words

Special RFID Tags for Non-Metallic Application

The BIS U Identification System is classified as a non-contacting system with read and write functionality for single or multiple UHF tags. This allows it to transport not only programmed information that is fixed on the data carrier (tag), but also to collect and pass on tag information to interfacing control or data collection systems. 111 more words

Industrial Identification