RFID-Technologie ermöglicht Smart Maintenance für Smart Factories

Rüdiger, Marcel
May 2016
Bibliotheksdienst;May2016, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p578
Trade Publication
In Germany, smart factories have long been a central topic in the course of change towards industry 4.0. The object is to sustainably increase productivity and efficiency by digitally interlinking machines, raw materials, products and humans. Especially in maintenance and service processes, considerable competitive advantages can be achieved by applying intelligent technologies. Implementing RFID and NFC systems is excellently suited to sustainably advance an increase in efficiency.


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