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Cookies are pieces of information, usually small text files, that are generated by a web server and saved on your device. A primary objective of cookies is to improve your user experience while surfing the web, to help websites make your next visit easier, for instance by storing your user preferences such as your country, language or contact details etc.

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This Cookie Policy aims at providing you with more information on what cookies are, how we intend to use them on our website and how to know more about these cookies.

Opting Out and Disabling Cookies

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Application Areas

Image demonstrating Cookie in the industrial,industry context

  • Industrial automation
  • Manufacturing processes
  • Quality control systems

Treatment and Risks


  • Integration of cookies in robotic systems for assembly line tasks
  • Use of cookies in monitoring temperature and humidity in industrial environments
  • Implementation of cookies in tracking inventory movements within warehouses

Similar Concepts and Synonyms

  • Sensor tags
  • Data loggers
  • Tracking devices



In the industrial context, "Cookie" refers to small data files used to store information related to processes, equipment, and environmental conditions. They find application in various areas such as industrial automation, manufacturing, and quality control systems. Proper treatment involves regular maintenance, calibration, and ensuring data security. Examples include their integration in robotic systems, environmental monitoring, and inventory tracking. Synonyms include sensor tags and data loggers. Overall, cookies play a crucial role in enhancing efficiency and facilitating data-driven decision-making in industrial settings.


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