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It is a critical aspect of quality assurance and food safety to identify a product at its origin and... MORE
HF vs. UHF: Which type of RFID solution is better?
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By Randy Durick, Turck.
RFID delivers high-quality monitoring, control and visibility that increases efficiency gains... MORE
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Catalog contains RFID systems (Tool ID, LF, HF, and UHF), vision sensors, and supporting accessories and cables. MORE
1,000+ page resource guide covers proximity, photoelectric, and ultrasonic sensors, rotary encoders, positioning systems, inclination and... MORE
WHITE PAPERSin Automatic Identification
By Matthew Mather, SICK
Have camera/image-based code readers replaced traditional laser scanners? Has RFID’s day finally come? Learn how to... MORE
By Packaging Coordinators
It is important that the supply chain remains safe and free of counterfeits. One major obstacle is that there is no... MORE
CASE STUDIESin Automatic Identification
Control Engineering Europe
GlaxoSmithKline's site in Evreux, France, uses a three-camera XG vision system from Keyence. The first camera uses... MORE
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From robotics and automation services, to micro sensors and nanotechnology, Industrial Automation North America showcases the most important products in the industry and is the North American hub for innovation and networking in industrial automation.
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Automation & Robotics EXPO 2014, an International Automation & Robotics conference & Exhibition in Pune, India, showcasing one of the best available technologically empowered equipment, machinery & services catering to Factory Automation, Robotics, Industrial Automation, System Integration, Field Automation, etc. will be held at the Auto cluster Exhibition Centre, from 19-21 Sept. 2014.