VITRONIC Dr.-Ing. Stein Bildverarbeitungssysteme, situated in Wiesbaden, Germany, is going to exhibit at the IMHX tradeshow which is going to take place in Birmingham from 24th to 27th September 2019. VITRONIC shows VIPAC SMALLS SORT, the all-in-one solution for the data capture and sorting of small packages and shipments in one single system.

 Best Product

The advantages for CEP service providers are obvious: one system solution, one single contact. VIPAC SMALLS SORT was launched earlier this year at the LogiMAT tradeshow. The intelligent and modular sorting system was awarded “Best Product”.

Our Auto-ID systems have been reading codes and plain text for years, measuring volumes, recording weights and providing the data for logistic 4.0. With VIPAC SMALLS SORT we now also offer our customers the automated sorting of smaller shipments. Because the increasing shipment volume makes greater automation necessary.
Torben Posert Head of Sales Logistics Automation

Sorting

The system can be either used as a stand-alone solution within small hubs and depots, or it can be integrated within existing large-hub sortation processes. Each shipment passes through the infeed, DWS, outfeed, and sorting sections, and is then automatically discharged from the system at the desired point. Special software controls each step of the processes and allows real time data visualization.

VIPAC SMALLS SORT is configured to the individual sorting requirements of the customers and is suitable for very small consignments.

Data capture

In the DWS section, VITRONIC Auto-ID systems identify all shipment data. In addition to capturing high-resolution images, the length, width, height and weight of the shipments are measured and recorded. The systems read and process barcodes, 2D codes and plain text (OCR). All data is automatically saved in the archive system, providing valuable logistic 4.0 insights to accelerate processes in distribution centers and thereby reduce costs.

 

VITRONIC at IMHX – The UK’s largest logistic event

24-27 September, Birmingham

Hall 18, Booth No. A11

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About VITRONIC

VITRONIC is a world leader in industrial machine vision. The owner-managed group of companies develops innovative products and customized solutions in the growth industries of automation, healthcare, photovoltaics, logistics automation, body scanning solutions, and traffic technology.

With over 35 years of experience, VITRONIC offers a unique portfolio of systems and software for image and sensor-based quality inspection, identification, traffic monitoring, and toll collection. Customers include renowned companies such as B.Braun, BMW, Daimler, DHL, UPS, Toll Collect, Fresenius, and Sanofi, as well as government agencies and public authorities.

VITRONIC systems play a major role in ensuring the highest levels of quality and efficiency in the production processes of the automobile, photovoltaic, and pharmaceutical industries.

In logistics centers and cargo airports worldwide, VITRONIC's Auto-ID solutions efficiently capture and integrate shipment data and ensure the transparent flow of packages.

In the traffic technology sector, VITRONIC offers high-performance technologies to increase road safety, improve traffic flow and secure tolling revenue.

Since its founding in 1984, VITRONIC has grown continuously, and currently has over 1,000 employees.  It is represented in four continents and in over 80 countries. VITRONIC supports its international customers through its subsidiaries in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, as well as through a global network of sales and service partners.

VITRONIC systems are developed and manufactured at the company's headquarters in Wiesbaden, Germany. In 2020, the Group’s total revenue was 152,5 million Euros.

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