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Artigos técnicos Wireless
Material flow for the Smart FactoryIn "smart" production and intralogistics concepts, software and identification systems can be crucial to success. Manufacturers of such systems are currently profiting from this trend. At the same time, however, they are faced with the challenge – like their customers – of becoming a provider of smart solutions.
Source: materialfluss - PORTRÄT EINER BRANCHE (2019/2020)
Switchgear manufacturer undergoes digital transformationsteute Technologies is known as an expert for safe switchgear in complex and demanding applications. But over the last few years the company has also grown to become a systems provider. Today's customers can profit from complete solutions which range from sensors via Gateways to integration in ERP systems. In an interview, Stefan Schmersal, Acting Partner at steute, gives insights into the market, his own solutions and business strategies, as well as the challenges steute will face in the future.
Source: open automation (05/2019)
When material flow management goes mobileAutomated guided vehicles (AGV) which are resting can be woken up by remote control and then sent back to sleep when they are no longer needed. This is made possible by a low-energy wireless system including a "deep sleep" mode which is already used by several renowned AGV manufacturers and which is also responsible for communication between the vehicles and their control centre.
Source: materialfluss (06/2019)
Managed by wireless network. Efficient provision of replenishments – with eKanbanProviding e.g. assembly workstations with replenishments using an eKanban system requires sensor technology in the Kanban racks and communication with superordinate IT/OT systems. For this an "out of the box" solution is now available with simple-to-configure applications.
Source: Der Betriebsleiter (03/2019)
Wireless wake-up call - AGV applications in state-of-the-art car manufacturingNew production concepts aim to facilitate flexible and highly automated production in 'batch size 1'. Such concepts centre around the use of automated guided vehicles (AGV) and are already being tested in the automotive industry, for example at Porsche plants. They demand flexible communication at shop floor level – in wireless networks.
Source: SPS-Magazin (03/2019)