Smart Intralogistics Automation
Increase the efficiency and quality of your commodity flows
Speed, flexibility, precision, safety, effective usage of the data, rationalization of the spaces: These are all concepts at the base of the intralogistics industry. Products and solutions of ifm fulfil the requirements needed to improve automatization and digitalization in distribution centers, warehouses and manufacturing companies. As a result, manufacturing and supply processes can be fully automatically controlled and seamlessly documented.
The webinar will introduce deeper into these technologies and proposals to increase the efficiency and quality of your intralogistic processes.
Amongst others, we inform you about
- Warehouse automation, AGV and AMR
- Identification, tracing and localization of goods, pallets, mobile robots, shuttles and more
- Typical challenges associated with gate control … and our solution
- Managing data transmission and system integrations
- The trend toward Hybridization (Intralogistics) and gate tracking (logistics)
- The capabilities of RTLS and RFID
As an illustration, we will bring along a real application example from Romania.
Giacomo Villano is Global Business Development Manager in the Logistics Industry. With ifm since 2021, he supports the development of ifm in the Logistics Industry worldwide.
TJ Berlin is the product manager for identification and industrial control systems in North America. With 10 years’ experience in system design and product management, his most recent focus encompasses solutions design with a strong focus in the development of long-term business relationships and mutually beneficial partnerships. Serving an advisory role in the support of industries looking to increase production capacity and decrease overhead through the effective use of IIoT data for Track, Trace, and Quality (TTQ).
Frank Neuwirth has been with ifm since 1998. Since 2005 he has been responsible for identification systems. In the role of a product manager, he is responsible for the product definition of RFID and camera-based code reader systems. Global market research, market launches, international sales training and constant customer contact are part of his daily tasks.
Wiebke Behrends works in product management for identification and image processing systems with over 4 years of experience as an application engineer. Her focus is on identifying, defining and implementing track and trace solutions in logistics and manufacturing.