Biometrics is the science and supporting technology of measuring and analyzing biological data. In information technology, biometrics refers to technologies that measure and analyze human body characteristics (such as DNA, fingerprints, eye retinas and irises, voice patterns, facial patterns, and hand measurements), primarily for authentication purposes.
City Furniture Finds Efficiencies With Glacier’s E2000 VMT
City Furniture strives for the ultimate customer experience by delivering quality furnishings in a manner that fits all budgets. With fifteen City Furniture Stores and nine Ashley Home Store showrooms, they wanted to keep their state-of-the-art distribution center running at peak efficiency.
Modi Sugar’s Adopts The Printronix Solution To Maintain Supply Chain With India’s 651 Sugar Mills And 50 Million Cane Farmers
Modi Sugar is a leading conglomerate specializing in sugar and specialty sugar products. The group has two sugar plants, Modi Sugar Mills, established in 1932, and SBEC Sugar Limited founded in 1998.
World Kitchen Seeks Printronix’s Recipe To Eliminate Unscannable Bar Codes And Cut Out Costly Compliance Fines
Clear and reliable bar code label printing is essential with international shipping operations for a company that manufactures and markets a wide range of trusted kitchenware brands including CorningWare®, Pyrex®, Corelle®, Snapware® and Chicago Cutlery®.
Dairy Market Leader Sees Productivity Through Employee Satisfaction
In some ways, computers are a lot like the people who use them. Take our ability to withstand extreme temperatures, for instance. A frigid day that arrives unannounced in the middle of a heat wave feels much colder, while we can generally get ourselves used to the cold when days get slowly and incrementally chillier. However, slow acclimatization is a luxury that no cold storage facility can afford, especially Dean Foods, a global leader in branded dairy foods and beverages.
Automated Asset Tracking: Benefits And Implementation White Paper
A fixed asset inventory is needed for management to know what it has, where things are, how much tax is owed, what needs to be insured, the degree of theft and to meet governmental regulations, among other reasons. Yet, inventories are often done so poorly, management routinely does not believe its own fixed asset inventory.
Golf Entertainment Facility Sees Immediate ROI With New Inventory Control System
TopGolf is a dynamic entertainment facility with four locations in the US. TopGolf combines the basics of golf with cutting-edge technology to create an enjoyable game for players of all experience levels.
The Benefits Of Thermal Printing
Impact printing, once widely considered the point-of-sale (POS) print method of choice, has lost ground rapidly to today’s enhanced direct thermal printing methods. By Datamax - O'Neil
How An IT Firm Cut Travel Costs By $36,000 With Telepresence
IT firm Intelligent Technologies Labs (ITL) had several offices in the United States and in Saudi Arabia. The necessity to communicate clearly and routinely grew as the company expanded into various territories. Rather than continuing to increase its travel, which was far exceeding 180 hours a year, the company invested in a telepresence solution, which provided an immediate increase in productivity and simultaneously provided a significant cost savings. By Zenith Infotech
The Cold Hard Facts: Using Rugged Mobile Computers In Cold Environments
Coats, hats and gloves are essential in order for warehouse workers to function more than a few minutes in cold storage areas.