Manufacturing, Logistics and Warehousing:
Top 5 RTLS Challenges and How to Fix Them
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Industrial executives have recognized the great potential of real-time location data and want to benefit from the great efficiency optimization through virtual mapping and control of complex processes with the digital twin.
The end-to-end solution approach of real-time location systems leads to higher availability of the production plant, improvement of productivity, such as reduction of manufacturing lead times. Search processes in the warehouse as well as a large part of the manual work steps are optimized by the innovative Multi-RTLS technology. This significantly improves logistical operations, enabling companies to reach their profit targets much faster.
However, managers often face significant challenges when implementing their Industry 4.0 strategy, especially when it comes to new and updated equipment, software, and environments.
To help companies overcome these hurdles and successfully implement their RTLS systems, Inpixon, a leading provider of indoor intelligence and smart locations, is partnering with INTRANAV to host a live webinar in which we will highlight the top five challenges in setting up RTLS systems for manufacturing, logistics and warehousing from our project learnings over the past few years, and how to solve them.
In this webinar, we will dive deeper into
• Top 5 Key RTLS Challenges: We’ll reveal the five most common issues encountered when designing and implementing your RTLS, the root causes to these issues and how to diagnose them at your facilities.
• Top Solutions for Each Issue: Our INTRANAV and Inpixon experts will highlight the most effective long-term solution for each problem, why it works and how to apply it at your company.
• Long-Term ROI of a Well-Implemented RTLS: We will dive into the long-term value of solving these issues in your RTLS, including refined eCommerce logistics, transparency in production tracking and material flow and greater efficiency in yard and inventory management