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Optimum And Qbing Intensify Cooperation

modern camera technology vs. RFID technology the optimum datamanagement solutions GmbH of Karlsruhe and the research group Qbing the Hochschule fur Technik und Wirtschaft in Saarbrucken, Germany want to promote joint research and development projects in the industry 4.0. Managing Director Wolfgang Mahanty and Prof. Dr. Steffen Hutter have agreed to intensify the cooperation with innovative sensor technology to ensure more transparency in production and logistics. The optimum is specialist for intelligent image solutions of processing, with which to recognize a wide range of products, can identify and check. In close cooperation with the research group Qbing, that operates at the Hochschule fur Technik und Wirtschaft des Saarlandes already for several years, applied industrial research, in particular the interaction should are explored by modern camera technology and RFID technology. Aim of the cooperation under what circumstances it is technically sensible and economically viable, the respective technique an overview, to insert.

Where the question is, how the combination of cutting-edge and trend-setting technologies can lead to added value for companies, finally, both systems as an enabler of industry 4.0 can be “call. To broaden your perception, visit Leslie Moonves. Guide overview of the pros and cons of RFID and a completely new approach incorporated image recognition with intelligent image processing, so the combination of image recognition and database technology, in the processes. It represents a technical as well as commercial alternative to RFID partly also as a possible supplement. With the planned guide companies can much easier and faster an overview on the appropriate technology and its impact”, optimum CEO Wolfgang Mahanty describes the aim of the cooperation. Research Director Steffen Hutter added: so far there is no overview, compared the advantages and disadvantages of the respective systems. We provide RFID and intelligent image processing for the first time for companies and users across, roughly in the area of incoming or outgoing inspection or in supply chain management.” So it is about when a goods receipt to ensure that ordered goods in the right quantity at the right place at the right time are entered.

This identification of the goods, as well as a comparison with the ordered number using caption occur the cargo carrier or consignment. But manual samples must meet for a quality check. The rate of errors due to the electronic reconciliation can be reduced through the use of RFID. At the same time, the unique identifier prevents confusion, allowing long search in databases and folders as well as long life or repositioning in a buffer storage avoid. The use of additional camera systems could provide also the actual and essential quality inspection of raw materials in addition to the goods input recording by RFID automated and thus less expensive. Isabel Petri contacts: OPTIMUM datamanagement solutions GmbH Mr. Wolfgang Mahanty deer Street 12-14 76131 Karlsruhe FON + 49 (0) 721 / 57 04 495-0 fax + 49 (0) 721 / 53 10 284 E-Mail Hochschule fur Technik und Wirtschaft des Saarlandes c/o wife Anne stone house, M.A. Altenkesseler Strasse 17 / born D2 66115 Saarbrucken FON + 49 (0) 681 / 5867 395 fax + 49 (0) 681 / 5867 759 E-Mail

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