At this year’s LogiMAT trade fair, February 19 to 21, in Stuttgart, Germany, the Harting Technology Group will be at the AIM joint stand (Hall 4, Stand D05) demonstrating how effective it is to automate the flow of goods with state-of-the-art UHF RFID technology.
The GateToGo is a mobile data entry portal (gate) that can be set up quickly. It can be used to run proof of concepts for logistics applications without programming effort. Harting shows how easy it can be to start a project — the ideal introduction for system integrators in new projects. Using the company’s MICA together with the Harting GS1 ALE 1.1 based middleware system, the collected pallet and object data can be filtered and compressed directly at the gate. From there, the data is transmitted on network cables, WiFi, or even directly via LTE to the enterprise resource planning system. When using LTE, there is no need for a complex integration into the local IT infrastructure.
Thanks to its worldwide partner network, Harting can provide direct solutions that extend all the way into the cloud. The company supplies everything to make the start simple: GateToGo, including a robust CE-compliant control cabinet, an RFID reader, the MICA, and starter software.
HARTING Technology Group
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