Looking after us at work: where in the warehouse?
In this webinar hosted by Cambridge Wireless, Helena Lisachuk of Deloitte and Andy Ward of Ubisense discuss the use cases for location technology in industry and why “There’s no single best sensor, just the best sensor(s) for the job”.
Location tech is indispensable for safety and optimisation in many industries, providing constant vigilance for misplaced machinery and orchestrating the precise ballet of robots needed to maximise production. We’ll explore the latest tech behind location services in factories and warehouses.
Indoor positioning has gradually eased its way into our lives. First it appeared in large public places: travel hubs, shopping malls. Then it found an increasingly vital role in large industrial buildings, eventually moving via the workplace and into the home.
In this online event from the Cambridge Wireless Location SIG, we’ll discover something about the problems and solutions for location in factories and warehouses. Location technology has become indispensable for safety and optimisation in many industries, providing constant vigilance for misplaced machinery and orchestrating the precise ballet of robots needed to maximise production safely.
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For further information on the Location Special Interest Group, visit Cambridge Wireless here: www.cambridgewireless.co.uk/
Andy Ward co-founded Ubisense in 2002. As CTO, he leads the company’s engineering team with responsibility for all development and manufacturing activities. As a member of the global management team, he also participates in strategic planning, acquisition and fundraising decisions.