WISER Systems exhibited at Southec, October 24-26, and will exhibit at WESTEC Nov. 7-9.
Southtec took place Oct. 24-26 at the Greenville Convention Center, Greenville, NC, and WESTEC will take place Nov. 7-9 at the Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach, California. WISER has booth #3127.
WISER is conducting demonstrations of its large-scale ATLAS system and newly updated Tracker App, which allows users to locate and track thousands of tagged items, even in densely packed metallic environments, in real-time without line-of-sight, and without sacrificing precision, minimal infrastructure and ease of install and use.
WISER ATLAS allows the user to couple work orders or part numbers to tags using the WISER Tracker App and ATLAS’s mesh network. This association enables the tracking of thousands of assets throughout the entire manufacturing process and facility. Users can view all tagged items as they move throughout the facility using the app or via the facility’s ERP, MMS, or WMS system. The search function locates the tag being searched on the facility’s floorplan for retrieval or process step identification in real time. Options allow for precise, real-time tracking by type, in groups, in-and-out of user-defined zones, tracking histories, and more.
“We look forward to demonstrating our updated Tracker App, allowing customers to begin realizing ROI immediately,” said Mark Dirks, Chief Revenue Officer at WISER Systems. “This time of year, many of our customers are tagging their assets while conducting manual inventory counts. They’re looking forward to the real-time visibility that WISER provides so they’ll never have to shut down operations to manually count inventories ever again.”
The WISER System uses proprietary UWB Redundant Radio Location & Tracking (RRLT) technology to locate, identify, and track assets in real time. WISER ATLAS delivers solutions for Industry 4.0 priorities, including smart manufacturing, operations improvement and efficiencies, warehouse and auto-inventory management, supply chain and logistics, and intelligent yard management, to name a few.