Get an inside look into how aerospace and automotive industries gain precise, safe and reliable material handling by deploying high-frequency and ultra-high-frequency RFID systems for vehicle positioning and on-the-fly component parts identification.
How did Fori Automation incorporate RFID technology across its fleet of automated vehicles to help boost production efficiency and asset utilization in aerospace, automotive, defense and other industries?
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Caron Engineering, a company that develops advanced retrofit solutions for CNC machines, provided a way to automatically update specific CNC tool usage history data for aerospace manufacturing, reducing time and errors associated with manual data collection and entry.
Using the SIMATIC Ident RFID system to read and write tool data, Caron's custom designed ToolConnect automated processes for operators at the CNC machine level, reducing tool wear and driving down material costs.
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RFID System SIMATIC RF600 Meets the Cloud: Capturing field-level data of moving objects – feeder stocks, containers, tools, work-in-progress, and finished goods – in production and supply chains is core to further unlocking the benefits of digitalization for manufacturing and logistics industries.
This paper explains the next generation of RFID as represented by the newest Siemens SIMATIC RF600 technology with built-in OPC UA interoperability that opens doors to new applications. OPC-UA can help span wider geographic areas and include cloud-based analytics for predictive capabilities via the Siemens MindSphere IoT operating system platform. Download white paper
SIMATIC RF300 Gen2 High-Frequency RFID Solutions: Identification tasks for material flow control of assembly and production lines, as well as conveyor systems, can benefit from the extremely fast read/write speeds of the latest Gen2 iterations of 13.56 MHz RFID technology, enough that upgrades to older RFID systems should be considered.
This is exactly what a major truck transmission plant in the U.S. Midwest, where RFID has been integral for years, did. They turned to integrator, Patti Engineering, to refresh their sub-assembly line into the next generation. Read about how they turned their operation around and learn about other use cases for the RF300 Gen2. Read article and case story
Six Steps to a SuccessfulSolutions RFID Asset-Tracking System: With RFID asset-tracking systems, industrial production streamlines inventory management and logistics. A qualified RFID systems integrator can help reduce deployment time and risk. Download white paper
Assigning Tool Data More Accurately and Precisely: Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) helps carmaker monitor tools for maximum utilization. Download white paper
Bagging Valuable Scrap with More Flexibility and Visibility: Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) helps metal fabricator package stamping slugs efficiently for resale. Download white paper
Competitive Advantage through Smart Identification: Automatic Identification Technology supports a stronger Interlocking of Production and Logistics. Download white paper
RFID Systems for Quick, Reliable Object Recognition: Automatic Identification controls the Electronics Production and assists in the Optimization of Processes. Download white paper