Scanning and RFID guide car assembly

Hallett, Joseph
October 2004
Vision Systems Design;Oct2004, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p45
Discusses the use of barcode information combined with radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags for the manufacture of just-in-time automotive parts of Toyota Motor Corp. Functions of RFID tags in the stages of seat assembly and inspection; Collaboration of shop-floor data collection expert SMS Group Inc. and enterprise resource planning software specialist Glovia for the development of the shop-floor automation system of Total Interior Systems-America of Toyota; Details of the assembly process and inspection.


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