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How To Implement RFID Solutions Into Existing Production Processes
Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany
15:20 - 15:40
A challenge many manufacturing companies face is that once products and components have left the production plant, no more information about their whereabouts in the production chain is collected. Without this information, however, it is difficult for businesses to improve processes such as customer relations, support and maintenance.
In his presentation, Robert Jänisch, CEO IOX Lab, will give insight into the benefits of the RFID technology and how to implement track and trace solutions into production processes. He will do so by introducing real life use cases from industry clients.
Speaker Biography (Robert Jaenisch)
Robert Jänisch is CEO and Co-Founder of IOX, the innovation and development partner for products in the field of Internet of Things (IoT). The certified IT Business Manager has been working in the IT industry for more than 20 years and has been responsible for various digital transformation projects for companies in the areas of system management, IT processes and service management. Before founding IOX he worked for IT.NRW, GAD eG and PMCS.helpLine Software Group. Robert Jänisch is also an investor in the Digital Products Group and C RING.
Company Profile (IOX GmbH)
IOX GmbH is an innovation and development partner for products in the field of Internet of Things (IoT). In the IOX Lab, the company supports customers in the realization of IoT projects and leads them from the idea to the operational prototype within 30 days. The IOX Lab team uses methods such as RAPID DESIGN® and Rapid Prototyping. In addition, modern technologies are used - from 3D printing to intelligent sensors and motors to artificial intelligence.