Comprehensive news on the most advanced systems for mobility and mobile data collection & paperless picking of inventory through RFID and wireless technologies.
Posted 10/01 · 07:03 AM · MMH Editorial
RFID can automatically capture item-level inventory data without extra handling, leading to improved visibility for many types of goods. Here’s a look at how companies are looking to make the most of that visibility.
Posted 09/23 · 05:36 AM · MMH Editorial
Enterprise mobility management alliance will pair rugged mobile computer manufacturer with provider of mobile security and support software.
Posted 09/20 · 07:29 AM · MMH Editorial
It's all about turning data into information and providing context.
Posted 09/17 · 08:37 PM · MMH Editorial
At its first user conference, Honeywell unveiled its vision for sensing and data collection technologies in the future - move beyond devices to software, analysis and value.
Posted 09/01 · 08:00 PM · LM Editorial
The growing complexity of transportation management is driving more logistics operations to explore mobile options. Whether they’re monitoring assets, human resources, or more efficiently scheduling deliveries, logistics organizations are turning to mobile tools to help achieve new efficiencies outside the warehouse and DC.
Posted 08/19 · 05:40 AM · MMH Editorial
AccuSpeechMobile’s advanced mobile technology allows Printronix customers to also automate business processes non-invasively using a single voice command to trigger sophisticated functionality across single and multiple applications.
Posted 07/01 · 08:48 AM · MMH Editorial
A look at what’s new in voice, mobile and pick-to-light technology for today’s warehouses and distribution centers.
Posted 06/18 · 04:01 AM · MMH Editorial
Intelligrated Software complements the company’s lineup of automated equipment to provide complete, integrated solutions.
Posted 05/01 · 08:31 AM · MMH Editorial
Voice-directed picking spreads like wildfire through the distribution network, improving productivity by 25%.
Posted 03/25 · 09:15 AM · LM Editorial
The results of the 2014 GS1 US Standards Usage Survey show that apparel and general merchandise manufacturers and retailers are using item level Electronic Product Code (EPC)-enabled radio frequency identification (RFID) to enhance inventory visibility and respond to consumer demands for omni-channel options.