Case Studies (9)
Asset Tracking
Asset Tracking
Impinj
Each day, PAK picked up soiled linen which had been hand counted by its customers. On the following day, they were expected to return the exact same amount of linens. However, manual counts conducted by PAK’s customers were always inaccurate (a problem inherent to soiled counting) and not being able to return exact amounts was very problematic. PAK sought an RFID-enabled textile-tracking system to enable total linen monitoring throughout the whole linen cycle, while increasing facility and operation efficiency, preventing loss and ensuring customers receive the correct textiles. PAK chose to work with USTEK RFID Solutions, a sister company that designs and manufactures integrated RFID terminals for industrial laundry markets worldwide. It was challenging to find RFID products that operated well in the PAK facility, as the environment was damp and full of metal trolleys. After testing many different readers, chips and antennas in the facility, USTEK and PAK chose to use Impinj products due to their superior performance.
Increase in Laundry Facility Output with Item Intelligence
Increase in Laundry Facility Output with Item Intelligence
Impinj
Established in 1854, Berendsen is a European textile service business with 127 locations in 15 countries throughout Europe. Berendsen provides service solutions to lease, source, clean and maintain textiles used in various settings, including healthcare, washroom, hotel, restaurant, and cleanroom. Since 1996, Berendsen has focused on providing services for the healthcare and industrial areas, becoming a leader in their field. Supplying hospitals, retirement homes and care facilities with linens represents a significant part of the daily business for one Berendsen facility in Germany. This facility receives tons of used linens each day. The contaminated linens, shipped in laundry bags and roll cages, are weighed rather than counted to protect workers from the risk of infection. Once the linens are washed, they are manually sorted, giving Berendsen insight into what they’ve received and how much manpower they will need to process the laundry. Berendsen needed a solution that allowed for the bulk reading of contaminated linens, enabling them to better plan the manpower needed to finish each job. They also wanted a solution that would scale in the future to meet other project needs. In the past, RAIN RFID solutions had been implemented in other Berendsen facilities to give better insights into laundry care. As bulk reading was the number one priority of the new system, a RAIN RFID solution, powered by Impinj technology, was implemented to analyze the bulk shipments arriving at the facility.
IoT Applications and Upgrades in Textile Plant
IoT Applications and Upgrades in Textile Plant
Advantech
At any given time, the textile company’s manufacturing facility has up to 2,000 textile carts in use. These carts are pushed from room to room, carrying materials or semi-finished products. Previously, a paper with a hand-written description was attached to each cart. This traditional method of processing made product tracking extremely difficult. Additionally, making sure that every cart of materials or semi-finished products went to its correct processing work station was also a problem. Therefore, the company desired an intelligent solution for tracking assets at their factories. They also wanted a solution that would help them collect process data so they could improve their manufacturing efficiency.
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Vendors (8)
3onedata -
Haibao company's products and solutions have been widely used in aerospace, railway high-speed rail, mechanical and electrical equipment, motor vehicles and parts, household appliances communications, mold manufacturing, mining machinery, engineering machinery, hydraulic machinery, textile machinery, printing machinery, bearings manufacturing, mechanical and electrical manufacturing, metal processing industries.
Shanghai Lanbao Sensing Technology -
Shanghai Lanbao Sensing Technology engages in the research and development, production, and sale of industrial automation products in China. It offers inductive, photoelectric, capacitive, and Pressure Sensors. The company provides its products for use in machine and equipment manufacture, food and beverage, and warehouse and distribution applications; doors, gates, and elevators; automotive, packaging, print, and textile industries; and others.
EURA Drives -
EURA DRIVES ELECTRIC is the first one who engaged in manufacturing frequency inverter in China. They have undertaken R&D, production, sale and service of automation products for more than 20 years. Their main products are middle-voltage and low-voltage AC drives, servo drive system, softstarter, HMI and PLC, all of which were widely used in the industries of printing, lathe, plastic, pharmacy, paper-making, textile, dyeing, foodstuff, rubber, oil&gas, mine, fan, pump, etc, and also passed CCC, CE, ROHS test.
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Organizations (8)
Shanghai Fengjing Industrial Park
Shanghai Fengjing Industrial Park
China | Technology Park
SInce it was established in 1998, Fengjing Industrial has been vigorously encouraging spirit of innovation, promoting brand building, and gathering independent brand. It has made remarable achievement after these years.
Zhanjiang Economic and Technological Development Zone
Zhanjiang Economic and Technological Development Zone
China | Technology Park
In 12th five year plan, the steel project and Sino-Kuwait Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Project will play roles as pioneers. The launch of these two projects will bring a large number of upstream and downstream accessory industries, the estimated investment will be RMB 350 billion, and the capital flow of RMB 600 billion will be formed in Zhanjiang Development Zone. Huge capital flow will bring huge logistics flow, people flow and information flow, and make Zhanjiang Development Zone an investment hotspot filled with business opportunities.
Shanghai Qingpu Industrial Park
Shanghai Qingpu Industrial Park
China | Technology Park
With the guideline of developing "an enviroment-friendly model industrial zone" and the principle of scientific planning and specialized division, the zone is to promote a structure featuring industrial concentration and achieve harmony between natural environment and economic development. The production process here from design, manufacturing, transportation to waste material treatment should be environment-friendly. The industrial zone will make good use of its resources to realize maximum social and economic returns.
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