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HARTING to showcase innovative Industry 4.0 solutions at the Smart Factory Expo

14 October 2019

At HARTING, our slogan ‘Pushing Performance’ challenges us to constantly innovate our products. Within the sphere of Industry 4.0, we are driving advancements in the digitisation of industrial manufacturing, service and maintenance functions. Join us on stand B20 at the Smart Factory Expo in Liverpool on the 13th and 14th November 2019 to learn more about our edge computing, RFID and Industry 4.0 products and solutions. 

HARTING will be showcasing its range of innovative Industry 4.0 products and solutions at the Smart Factory Expo in Liverpool on the 13th and 14th November 2019. 

The importance of Industry 4.0 is highlighted by the many benefits it can bring to businesses. Predictive maintenance, energy monitoring and flexible production methods help manufacturers to revolutionise their facilities and make them more adaptable.

HARTING’s MICA (Modular Industry Computer Architecture) is a compact and rugged industrial computer designed for use in production environments. It allows manufacturers to access information from machines such as energy use and cycle times and combine it with production figures to generate valuable real-time data. 

Thanks to its open source software, the MICA is extremely versatile and can be used to undertake a variety of projects across a range of markets, including asset management. 

HARTING will also be demonstrating a fully functional plug-and-play kit that utilises the MICA and enables digital condition monitoring of any kind of machinery or equipment. This kit is particularly interesting as it can be installed in a few hours and begin to provide you with valuable production data immediately.

Also on display will be HARTING’s range of robust and versatile UHF Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) products. Our portfolio includes special transponders, known as RFID tags, which can be used as smart labels on containers or for identifying tools, and antennae which can be seamlessly installed on conveyor belts or used to create reading zones for smart shelves in stores.

An RFID system can cope with harsh, industrial environments and can endure wide temperature variations, high humidity and continue to be readable in dirty environments where the tag may become coated in oil and grease. Tags can also be securely encrypted and password protected to protect sensitive data. In addition, RFID hardware is future-proofed through the addition of features like WLAN, Bluetooth Low Energy and GSM.

To learn more about our Industry 4.0 solutions or discuss your requirements with one of our product experts, please visit us on stand B20 at the Smart Factory Expo. 


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