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Campus network with nexy: Same frequency for both AGV and eKanban

In flexible (serial) production, communication is increasingly remote controlled. With the steute nexy system, multiple applications such as AGV fleets and mobile eKanban systems can be integrated within a single wireless system.

Source: IT&Production (03/2021)
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AGV: remote "wake-up" call. Networks for flexible material flow

Automated guided vehicles are the talk of the town. And in many situations they are not replacing industrial trucks, but stationary conveyor systems. A wireless network can put vehicles "to sleep" and then "wake" them again as needed. This saves energy and increases flexibility. The wireless system can also assume other tasks.

Source: LOGISTIK FÜR UNTERNEHMEN (08-09/2020)
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Wireless rack communication: Optimised information flow in production and logistics

Flexible production and flexible intralogistics require flexible information flow. Here the limits of cabled communication are soon reached. Wireless networks are the better choice – for example eKanban systems. The company steute has developed a wireless network for such applications which meets intralogistics requirements. Read more here.

Source: f+h (09/2020)
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The aim: to monitor and control material flow

AGV are transporting materials, eKanban shelves are replenishing small parts: material flow is becoming more flexible and more mobile. Which means that new information flow solutions are needed. Andreas Schenk, Product Manager Wireless at steute Technologies, has some ideas.

Source: materialfluss (04/2020)
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Open or proprietary? Wireless networks for industry

When selecting wireless networks for their industrial production, many factory planners favour open rather than proprietary networks. However: this apparent contradiction begins to blur, the closer one looks. A comparison of the two systems shows why.

Source: NET (6-7/2020)
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