Doosan Bobcat has deployed an Internet of Things solution from Rockwell Automation to integrate data from its assembly site so that operators and management can understand each product's status and history as it is assembled, inspected, repaired or maintained.
The RFID company's TC21 and TC26 devices, designed to increase productivity in these sectors, are aimed at businesses of all sizes.
The company's adoption of radio frequency identification is expected to provide greater visibility and increase employee productivity.
The technology company is providing four new tools in its Clarity software aimed at automating the process of identifying and routing inventory for sale to customers, as well as marking down prices as stores reopen during the pandemic.
The company, which produces 60,000 garments a month and sells them at its stores, has adopted a radio frequency identification solution from iTag Etiquetas Inteligentes.
Swinburne University of Technology has teamed up with Software AG to provide Internet of Things solutions that are now being tested by Bega Cheese and other companies to boost product quality and operational efficiency for the production of food, composite materials and other goods.
Makenji, a manufacturer of women's and men's fashion, now tags all of its products, reducing costs and boosting its competitiveness.
The Fishin' Company's EDI software, provided by TrueCommerce, has automated the company's ordering, fulfillment and billing processes to ensure fresh fish is shipped efficiently and accurately to customers.
Gaining real-time visibility into returnable assets can set you up for financial success and long-term growth.
Roba Metals has increased its production and shipping volumes by automating the location and identification of pallets loaded with metal sheets with RFID tags on pallets and readers installed on cranes and forklifts.