NEW YORK – IBM Corp. and Audi Hungaria Kft. announce implementation of a new logistical system that enhances automation in materials handling at the Audi TT plant. Audi TT built in Hungary. At a press conference here, IBM says the system tracks all materials and products entering and leaving the plant in Gyor, Hungary. Using a radio frequency identification system to read bar codes on all components and materials delivered to the plant – which is the largest exporter in Hungary – ...

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