Siemens Adds RFID Capability

March 10, 2006
As part of Siemens SIMATIC RF600 line, 3 new additions designed to reduce storage costs and enhance supply chain repeatability from a single platform are available in the U.S. The SIMATIC RF610 mobile UHF reader functions as a plug in card for mobile ...

As part of Siemens SIMATIC RF600 line, 3 new additions designed to reduce storage costs and enhance supply chain repeatability from a single platform are available in the U.S.

The SIMATIC RF610 mobile UHF reader functions as a plug in card for mobile devices, including PCs, notebooks and PDAs. It can be used simultaneously with barcode scanners and operates both online and offline. The SIMATIC RF620L Smart labels are attached to transport units, cardboard containers and goods and can be used in distribution logics and goods identification.

The third new component, the SIMATIC IT Production Modeler, imports RFID data directly into Siemens SIMATIC IT Manufacturing Execution System (MES), linking the information in the higher-level business planning software.

For more information visit: http://www.automation.siemens.com/simatic-sensors/html_76/rfid-systeme.htm

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