Manufacturing White Papers

  • iDTRONIC GmbH Provides Burg F.W. Lüling KG With Embedded Modules
    Published February 2017
    Last year, Burg F.W. Lüling KG, a manufacturer of locks and locking systems, entered into a partnership with iDTRONIC GmbH, a provider of RFID hardware. This case study discusses the embeddable high-frequency (HF) module that iDTRONIC supplied to Burg, providing it with greater flexibility than its previous low-frequency (LF) RFID system allowed. (3 pages)
  • Increase Your Food Manufacturing Efficiency With RFID
    Published October 2016
    In the food industry, RFID can increase traceability and reduce spoilage, shrinkage and over-buying. Element ID explains how the technology can be used for receiving, production, work-in-progress storage, shipping and warehousing. (6 pages)
  • Globalized M2M and IoT Connectivity
    Published July 2016
    More than 13 billion connected devices are estimated to exist, with more than 5.5 million new ones coming online daily. The challenge many enterprises face with an ever-growing network of connected "things" is how to effectively capture and channel the data being exchanged. EMnify explores machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity, how IoT applications are enabled by M2M technology, the existing options for IoT connectivity, and data management and security for manufacturers preparing for a global deployment of internet-enabled devices. (18 pages)
  • UHF RFID: Taking Manufacturing Visibility and Control to the Next Level
    Published March 2016
    Ultrahigh-frequency RFID technology can provide manufacturing and logistics operators with longer read ranges and faster read speeds, and its simultaneous tag-reading capacity can enable more complex applications. Siemens' Michael LaGrega and Nicole Lauther provide a brief history of RFID, as well as an overview of how it works and common applications. This paper covers the six most basic steps required to successfully deploy a UHF RFID system. (8 pages)
  • Embedded RFID for Medical Devices
    Published February 2016
    Embedded RFID has become a game-changing technology that medical manufacturers and health-care providers are using to satisfy some of their most pressing needs. This white paper, from Jadak, identifies key challenges facing manufacturers of medical devices and supplies, and explains how embedded RFID technology is being leveraged to overcome those challenges in a way that enhances safety and reliability, increases revenue and brand equity, and reduces operating costs. (7 pages)
  • What RAIN RFID Brings to the Internet of Things
    Published December 2015
    Growth of the Internet of Things is forecast to exceed that of other connected devices. Estimates predict the resulting economic value-add that businesses will derive may be as high as $1.9 trillion, with adoption being led by retail, manufacturing and health care. The RAIN RFID Alliance explains how RAIN RFID, as an essential building block of the IoT, can enable many new applications and business models, as well as make them affordable and practical. (7 pages)
  • RFID Increases Supply Chain Efficiency for Patrick
    Published December 2014
    This document explains how Patrick Corp. has implemented an RFID solution from Ramp RFID to track containers of copper from the Northparkes mine in New South Wales to their unloading destination point at Port Kembla. (2 pages)
  • 2014 Smart Manufacturing Technologies Survey
    Published November 2014
    In 2014, Ubisense commissioned SME and Manufacturing Engineering Media to conduct the Smart Manufacturing Technologies Survey on its behalf. This survey was designed to collect feedback about how manufacturers use real-time intelligence to gauge performance indicators, such as unscheduled downtime, productivity and quality issues. It targeted manufacturing engineers, as well as product design and quality-management professionals; was carried out over a three-week period; and garnered responses from 252 U.S.-based manufacturers. (17 pages)
  • RFID Benefits for the Manufacturing Process
    Published July 2014
    SSMC, a joint venture of NXP Semiconductors and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., has implemented RFID-based inventory and production control to its enterprise resource planning systems, to improve visibility throughout the manufacturing process and increase productivity. In this document, NXP outlines the implementation and its results. (2 pages)
  • What Makes RFID Systems Industrial-Strength?
    Published February 2014
    Retail environments in which products are sold look nothing like the industrial environments in which they are produced. Yet the same RFID products developed for retail stores and supply chain operations are heavily marketed to manufacturers for production operations. These products may have different housings or IP ratings than their general-purpose cousins, and may work fine in warehouses, but that does not necessarily qualify them as industrial-grade. Balluff discusses how companies can determine if their RFID equipment will survive in industrial environments. (8 pages)
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