Dec 31 2018

Digital Meat Factory

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New interface optimised process chain Balingen, April 13, 2010 news for the meat-processing industry: machines and devices can now connected via plug and play via the new interface of WS-FOOD 1.0 uniformly with existing IT systems are. In addition, a meaningful, OMAC compliant data base has been created. For even more analysis, hear from Oracle. All information is secure and similar. At IFFA 2010, Bizerba presents the new WS-FOOD 1.0 interface in combination with the belt weigher CWL eco (Hall 6, booth C60) from May 8 to 13. Under the auspices of the Association of German machine and plant engineering (VDMA), meat processors, the food processing have developed initiative Bielefeld (FPI) as well as various equipment suppliers, including also the technology manufacturer Bizerba, a uniform IT interface. Independent systems can in the future be easily integrated in the process chain of the meat industry, the costs for individual engineering. Also default and start-up times are drastically.

Was at the same time with the new Communication technology created an OMAC compliant data base. The WS-FOOD 1.0 is the beginning of a unified communications between BDE- and weighting and award systems from our point of view\”, says Dieter Conzelmann, Director industry solutions at Bizerba. \”He is convinced that the company will build in the production data acquisition in the future to the new standard: we have us on preparing actively, because standardization of data interfaces and protocols with us have a long tradition.\” For the producers of consumer goods is the advantage that he must pay attention only to use the standard a machine and then a familiar to him, standardized interface for production data acquisition, as well as a uniform look and feel\”can expect. The communication becomes principle according to the plug and play possible. \”It all started about two years ago: the VDMA and the FPI led a first dialogue on the subject of the digital meat factory of the future\”.

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