Industry 4.0 is an increasingly relevant hot topic, as more and more companies in the automotive industry, in mechanical engineering and in the electronics sector are seeking to roll out RFID across all processes. While the selection of a suitable label tends to initially be focused strictly on unit cost, an analysis covering all the bases right from the beginning would be important for developing a perfectly customized RFID solution with long-term viability. Schreiner LogiData’s 360-degree model assists in this endeavor.

The technical magazine “RFID im Blick” (“Focus on RFID”) invites technology providers and everybody with an interest in optimizing their processes with RFID technology to the two-day conference “RFID tomorrow” in Düsseldorf on September 19-20, 2016. Frank Linti, Business Development Manager RFID from our Competence Center will be on site. At the trade booth, he will be talking to sales prospects. In one of 35 SpeedLabs he will present special label developments, which will give companies in the

This year, Schreiner Group with is innovative products came out on top in the annual FINAT Label Competition once more. The high-tech company scored two 1st places, one in the “Innovation” category for its tiny RFID UHF label entry and the other one in the “Security” category for its high-security seal for tachographs.

The factory of the future is the key topic at the Hanover Fair this week. Our colleagues from Schreiner ProTech , Schreiner ProSecure , Schreiner LogiData and Schreiner Services (Hall 8, D08) are on site, using infographics to illustrate what processes can be automated in a smart factory thanks to our functional labels and what information can be provided by means of smartphone apps.

About 4 billion smartphones with integrated NFC reader are in use all over the world. All major mobile communications providers have several NFC variants in their portfolios. An excellent starting position to benefit from the advantages offered by an innovative way of product labeling!

Every car is assembled from about 10,000 individual parts. They are made of numerous materials, come from all over the world, and require different ways of processing or storage. In the automobile industry, RFID labels for product marking are increasingly applied by suppliers, thus enabling consistent detection and documentation of upstream products throughout the entire production process.