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RFU61x RFID read/write device wins at the iF Design Award 2019

The RFU61x received the iF DESIGN AWARD 2019 for its compact, industrial design. As the smallest sensor in SICK’s UHF product family, the RFU61x is part of a future-proof identification solution. UHF technology offers a range of procedural advantages. Transponders can thus be read or written even without direct visual contact. In addition, several transponders can be identified at the same time (bulk reading). This facilitates a fully transparent process for supply chains without media disruptions, which ensures consistent identification of objects across fields of application, company boundaries, and continents.

 

OutdoorScan3 by SICK wins Handling Award 2019

On the occasion of the Motek 2019 trade fair, the outdoorScan3 safety laser scanner was awarded first place in the automation category of the 6th Handling Award. In its laudation, the independent jury of industry experts praised the consistent safety evolution at SICK over the past decades, which reached a further highlight with outdoorScan3 - the first outdoor safety laser scanner certified according to IEC TS 62998 for outdoor applications.

 

AEE Award 2019 BPS en
Contactless localization system Body Positioning System wins AEE Innovation Award 2019
At its first participation in the Automotive Engineering Exposition AEE in Nuremberg in June 2019, SICK AG took first place in the AEE Innovation Award 2019 with the BPS5400, a camera-supported localisation system for vehicle bodies. In contrast to conventional positioning systems based on mechanical substructure clamping technology, the contactless complete solution from SICK scores with more flexibility in production, shorter cycle times, minimised wear and maximum energy efficiency.
InspectorP wins the "LOGISTRA best practice: Innovations 2018" award
The FFP fine positioning is an APP for the InspectorP. This AppSpace solution guarantees secure and automatic position finding during transfer and docking processes in warehouse and conveyor technology. With only one sensor, both single-deep and double-deep positioning processes can be controlled. The camera solution is based on natural positions - reflectors are not required. Optical interferences are very robut eliminated by intelligent image processing. The FFP sensor app programmed for the 2D camera with the Eco system SICK AppSpace convinces with high functional safety, reliability and a user-friendly man-machine interface.