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Wireless-based eKanban for the shop floor and logistics

The basis for uninterrupted integration of physical objects in state-of-the-art factories is a system which is perfectly adapted to the application in question. Facilitated by a wireless network, such systems enable data and information to be captured and made available to downstream intelligence. As real-life examples have already shown: investing in a wireless automated materials requisition system can prove cost-effective within just a few months.

Source: digital-factory-journal (2/2022)
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Spark-free wireless transmission - Switchgear for the oil & gas industry

Wireless switching devices are not yet widespread within the oil & gas industry. And yet wireless technology offers this sector some particular advantages – provided that explosion protection is guaranteed.

Source: Chemie Technik (04/2022)
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User interfaces: from manufacturer to service provider

Wireless user interfaces have multiple benefits, making them a popular choice in many medical disciplines. However, they also involve a higher level of effort for device manufacturers with regard to testing and documentation than cabled controls – unless the supplier is MDR-ready and able to provide the user interface with all the relevant documentation.

Source: meditronic-journal (02/2022)
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Wireless benefits

Nearly all customised user interfaces developed by steute Meditec in cooperation with medical device manufacturers communicate with the device in question via remote control. And wireless command devices are also becoming increasingly popular as standard user interfaces – with good reason.

Source: medical-design (02/2022)
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Remote material requirements planning using the pull principle

The replenishment of assembly components not in the managed inventory is a good place to start when digitalising and optimising the shop floor. For this task, a wireless-based automated materials requisition system is available to users. The cost and effort of installation and initial operation are manageable, the tools exists, and the benefits are considerable.

Source: dhf (01/2022)
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