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Gone in 60 seconds – thinking beyond the fixed workstation

August 13th, 2020|Automotive Industry, Blogs, Industry Trends, Technology Trends, Transformation|

Ever since Ransom Olds introduced the automotive assembly line in 1901, and Henry Ford the moving conveyor in 1913 we’ve pretty much been building cars the same way: cramming processes into fixed workstations. The fixed workstation is a very simple concept. Step 1: define the takt-time based on planned production volume, typically around 60 seconds for high volume. Step 2: set the line speed and workstation size to create 60s workstations. Step 3:

It’s about time automotive manufacturers replace a 70-year-old technology

August 13th, 2020|Automotive Industry, Blogs, Industry Trends, Technology Trends, Transformation|

The barcode was first imagined in 1948 by Joseph Woodland, inspired by the dots and dashes of Morse code. Woodland was responding to a challenge set by a local retailer in Philadelphia, looking to find ways to speed up the process of checking-out in stores. By the 1960’s, an engineer, David Collins revived this idea and, combined with the availability of lasers, was putting thick and thin striped lines on railway cars so

On-Demand Webinar: Location Intelligence Across the Automotive Plant

July 24th, 2020|Webinars|

On-demand Webinar Location Intelligence Across the Automotive Plant Location intelligence solutions have been in high demand recently as manufacturers get back to work by monitoring worker movement and enabling contact tracing. However, for over a decade the primary purpose of these solutions has been to maximize throughput and reduce errors through digitization. In this webinar, Adrian Jennings, Chief Product Advocate at Ubisense will discuss: The most commonly deployed use-cases (from torque sequence

On-Demand Webinar: Lessons from restarting an automotive plant safely

July 16th, 2020|Webinars|

On-demand Webinar Lessons from restarting an automotive plant safely As businesses restart operations, the focus is on maintaining social distancing. But at what cost to efficiency and productivity? Learn how organizations can not only use location technology to help workers maintain safe distances, but also protect operations from future shut-downs and find new ways to be efficient. In this webinar, Adrian Jennings, Chief Product Advocate at Ubisense will discuss: The two primary

COVID-19 (Coronavirus): Eine Nachricht von unserem CEO

July 7th, 2020|Nachrichten|

Sehr geehrte Kunden, Angesichts der Tatsache, dass die Weltgesundheitsorganisation COVID-19 kürzlich als Pandemie eingestuft hat, haben wir die folgenden Informationen vorbereitet, um Ihnen bei der Beantwortung von Fragen zu helfen, die Sie bezüglich unserer Fähigkeit haben, ihre geschäftlichen Bedürfnisse weiterhin zu erfüllen, da sie sich auf unsere Produkte und Dienstleistungen beziehen. Ubisense setzt sich weiterhin für die Sicherheit seiner Mitarbeiter und die Unterstützung seiner Kunden ein. Wir haben ein funktionsübergreifendes COVID-19-Reaktionsteam innerhalb

Don’t Judge a Tracking Technology by its Cover

June 11th, 2020|Contact-tracing, ROI/Value, Thought Leadership, Transformation|

Don’t judge a book by its cover we are told, but I’ll admit that I’ve bought more than one volume based on its cover art. Those books haven’t always provided a life-changing literary experience, but what the heck? It was only a $10 gamble. An investment in location intelligence to underpin a process digitization strategy is somewhat more than a $10 proposition and selecting the right tracking technology deserves more thought than a

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