The CLV Identification System Track and trace system identifies 1D codes on objects regardless of the object shape and code size. The system features high-performance laser scanners and a real-time auto-focus function with a high depth of field. Thanks to the integrated tracking function, the bar code that is read can be assigned to the correct object even at high conveyor speeds and with very small gaps between the objects. The CLV System precisely detects and reads bar codes with a module width of just 0.17 mm or higher. Its reliable and consistent reading performance ensures an optimal object flow in all areas of logistics.
At a glance
Integrated interface for SICK diagnostics software
Modular system setup
Up to 6-line reading
Mirror hoods enable use in tight installation conditions
Redundant system design on request
Airport luggage identification systems
Airport luggage identification with ATR (Automated Tag Reading)
The ALIS (airport luggage identification system) track and trace systems from SICK, which are specially developed for baggage transport at airports, read 1D codes and RFID transponders and provide high-resolution images for downstream processes (video coding, OCR). Depending on the requirements, the system variants can be equipped and combined with different identification technologies, for instance laser, camera and RFID.
One system. Three technologies. A whole host of options.
Reliable code reading and assignment to the correct bag
Individually adjustable system
The modular systems allow for customized adaptations so that the different technologies can be easily combined. In addition to code reading, the systems can be expanded to include volume detection. Additional software enables the visualization of baggage data. A redundant system design is also available if required, which maximizes system availability. This means the modular system can be designed to your individual bag reading gate.
More than simply code reading
An all-in-one solution from a single source for saving on additional systems for volume measurement or monitoring.