Using UWB radar sensors helps brewery warehouse track asset flow and improve operation efficiency

Efficiently tracking asset flow in a small warehouse is not a complex mission but can be less straightforward and challenging for large ones. In a giant warehouse, it is not uncommon for stockpiles to get forgotten and, in some cases, expire before distribution, thereby causing unnecessary financial...

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