The Fortune 100 Manufacturing segment has been an early adopter of wireless technology. One of the very first large wireless plants was delivered in the early 90’s by Telxon team members Jim Portaro and former RF-Works President Jim Holt , in the Ford Kentucky Truck plant. This site required nine million square feet of contiguous coverage. In 1993 that was a real challenge. Fast forward to today, RF-Works continues to combine industry and process knowledge with unique insights into existing and emerging wireless and mobility technologies and standards. We bring innovative value to these large multi-national companies through consulting, trouble-shooting, systems integration and staff augmentation.
With the deployment of our advanced mobile networks, we help our customers improve operational performance through productivity and ultimately deliver their products and services more effectively and efficiently in their markets.
As in other industries, RF-Works has evolved our design and certification specifications over many years to adequately meet and exceed the expectations of the workforce within a manufacturing environment. The collection of requirements around SAP or other ERP systems, devices and systems in the warehouse and distribution areas, is key to our approach. Our design specifications are then developed to deliver appropriate bandwidth for users, machines, and guests that will utilize the wireless LANs (WLAN). RF-Works remains one of the top firms to understand and deliver Data, Voice, Video, Imaging, and Location Based Services over a well designed Industrial WLAN