White Papers & Case Studies
Stadium Production Crew Reduces Labor Hours With New Asset Tracking System
University of Phoenix Stadium is home to the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals and also host to various conventions, trade shows, and concerts each year. The scoreboard production department is responsible for putting on not only the 10+ Cardinals football games each fall but they are also tasked with an additional 100-200 sports, entertainment and trade show events a year.
Seven Order Fulfillment Strategies To Fast Track Your E-Commerce Business Growth
Most e-commerce businesses start small, fulfilling daily orders using manual processes and handling growth by simply adding more staff, more shifts and more storage.
RFID: Moving From Manual To Automated
As companies become increasingly aware of the liabilities and frustrations inherent in manually affixing RFID labels, commonly called “slap and ship,” they are investigating a transition to automated RFID tagging. By SATO America
A-Class Print Engines Improve Efficiency In Packaging Processes At The Cheese Warehouse
Due to a stronger demand in recent years, order volumes have increased significantly at The Cheese Warehouse. The company therefore depends more than ever on quick and precise delivery processes to handle its orders efficiently and to satisfy its customers.
Asset Tracking Into The African Jungle With Real-Time Visibility
Increasing global demand for mineral resources has sent many mining operations further into Africa to access its rich mineral deposits. These deposits, some of which are yet to be discovered, are by definition in the least accessible, most inhospitable, and most dangerous areas of the continent.
Integrated Connectivity Technology For Mobile Workers
Today’s mobile worker needs an array of communications tools, including access to broadband internet, Wi-Fi service for local area networks including hot spots, Bluetooth connections for wireless connections to peripherals and global positioning to aid in going from location to location.
Rugged Tablet Computers - Lessons Learned And Design Responses
Since the days of the ancient Egyptians, paper has been the medium of choice for capturing data. Today, paper –
in the form of notebooks, maps and photographs, to name a few – is being rapidly supplanted by digital technology. The computer has moved from the office into the field.
Not Barcodes Or RFID, But Both: Leveraging Printer Infrastructure To Reap The Benefits Of Converging Technologies
This paper considers the ramifications of the barcode/RFID convergence, and specifically details how printer technology can be leveraged to provide value by working for both barcode and RFID solutions.
The Tablet Form Factor
Although the tablet form factor has been available for years, it is receiving renewed attention for its combination of an easy-to-read display and keypad-free data entry and retrieval. Due to the widespread nature of smart phone technology, users are becoming more accustomed to touch-screen technology and developers becoming better skilled at writing applications to support this type of user interface.
Why Tablet Use Will Continue to Grow
The tablet computer is enjoying unprecedented popularity thanks to the iPad and its imitators, as well as a rich heritage of rugged tablets supplied to military, public safety, and commercial users for more than 20 years. The tablet form factor is expected to continue to show strong growth, not only in the consumer market, but also in mobile enterprises.