Comprehensive news on the most advanced systems for automated mobile data collection & paperless picking of inventory through RFID and wireless technologies.
Posted 01/23 · 03:43 PM · MMH Editorial
The recent deployment of a voice-directed picking solution from topVOX (Booth 3573) at Suisan, a Hawaiian food service distributor, is a good indicator of the advantages of the vendor’s “speaker-indepedent” voice technology, Marceline Absil, VP of marketing and sales, said at Wednesday press conference at the company’s booth.
Posted 01/23 · 03:41 PM · MMH Editorial
Premiering at ProMat, DAP Technologies (Booth 3959) unveiled its first Android computers. The M9705 tablet and the M4305 handheld device were both engineered to withstand abuse, said Dawn Janssen, marketing communications manager.
Posted 01/23 · 03:38 PM · MMH Editorial
The third installment of results from a survey conducted by Intermec (Booth 4263) was released at ProMat, finding that 59% of managers use a metric known as “the perfect order”—meaning picked complete, on-time and error-free—to identify areas for improvement within their facilities.
Posted 01/23 · 03:34 PM · MMH Editorial
SICK (Booth 1031) launched a new radio frequency identification (RFID) interrogator at ProMat.
Posted 12/18 · 02:22 PM · MMH Editorial
A look back at Modern's system reports featured in 2012.
Posted 12/16 · 03:31 PM · MMH Editorial
With the $600 million deal, Honeywell adds RFID and voice to its portfolio
Posted 12/11 · 08:39 AM · MMH Editorial
Intermec, a leading provider of data capture and information management solutions, today announced a definitive agreement under which Honeywell International will acquire Intermec for $10.00 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately $600 million.
Posted 11/23 · 10:40 AM · LM Editorial
Consumer sentiment has taken a hit after the presidential election due to increased awareness by many Americans of the fiscal cliff and stock market volatility.
Posted 11/11 · 07:21 PM · MMH Editorial
Company expands operations in Minnesota.
Posted 11/06 · 08:53 AM · SCMR Editorial
Recent findings by researches (Xiao and Chen 2012) argue that overall better results can be achieved by using a pull system. But not just any pull system.