Total integration of product identification for automotive production processes is the dream of many industry leaders. With RFID-based identification of the car body, commonly referred to as "Body-ID", it is already possible to integrate and harmonise track & trace for the main line in car production.

This webinar showed how integrated identification is realised from the body shop through paint shop to assembly shop and beyond.

The specialists from SICK provided a real insight into the processes based on actual references and explain about the sensor technology that enables this innovation. They illustrated the benefits and lessons learned from past installations as well as an outlook of the next steps towards total integration.

This webinar was presented by:

Michael Fislage

Michael Fislage has been head of the SICK product unit RFID since 2005. Before joining SICK he was several years in R&D and M&S for RFID, followed by five years as marketing manager for RFID at Atmel Semiconductor. In total he has more than 20 years of experience in this technology. He graduated as Diplom-Ingenieur (FH) in industrial electronics.

André Hack

André Hack has been head of the automotive industry segment for SICK in Asia since 2009 and has broad international automotive experience. Before joining SICK he was department manager for production engineering at EDAG Japan, for three years. Prior to this, André worked for FFT EDAG mostly as project manager for manufacturing solutions in car body production. He graduated as Diplom-Ingenieur (DH) and holds a B.Sc. (Hons) in technology management.

Headquartered in Germany, SICK Group has been a partner to the automotive industry since 1946. The company is a leading global supplier of sensor solutions for factory automation, logistics automation and process automation. Based on a broad sensor portfolio that includes a series of cutting-edge innovations, SICK had a turnover of EUR 902 million in 2011. Your global support is ensured by more than 6000 staff serving 86 countries.