Bar Code

By Sara Pearson Specter · February 6, 2012
The now seemingly-ubiquitous QR Code was originally invented in 1994 by Modex exhibitor Denso ADC (Booth 313) to enhance tracking of discrete components in automotive manufacturing facilities and supply chains.
By MMH Staff · December 1, 2011
This acquisition enables Datalogic to strengthen its presence in the market of artificial vision, which features a high growth potential within the industrial automation field.
By MMH Staff · November 22, 2011
Datalogic doubles its presence in the industrial automation industry through the acquisition of U.S. Group Accu-Sort Systems
By Bob Trebilcock · October 28, 2011
Camera-based imaging is one of the fastest-growing areas of data capture.
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By Zebra Technologies · October 18, 2011
Download this case study to learn how this outdoor power equipment company implemented Zebra bar code technology in every step of its manufacturing process, resulting in a more precise and clear method of picking and labeling that markedly improved efficiency and customer satisfaction.
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By Cognex · October 12, 2011
E-commerce is a boon to large retailers and lower-volume Internet fulfillment operations alike, but low read rates from automated sorting equipment can really reduce margins.
By Bob Trebilcock · October 1, 2011
After a challenging 2009, the ADC market bounced back in 2010 and looks strong moving forward.
By MMH Staff · August 15, 2011
Strategic partnership will enable current and future customers to increase productivity and efficiency within the four walls
By MMH Staff · August 3, 2011
Book is a complete reference guide for label projects for warehouse or industrial automation projects.
<p>The high volume and frequency of orders placed over the Internet combined with a multitude of available products from retailers make automated scanning at logistics centers more important than ever. This paper will analyze the current state of barcode scanning applications and investigate potential for improvement, focusing on the most common applications performed by distribution centers today.</p> WHITE PAPER
By Cognex · March 28, 2011
The high volume and frequency of orders placed over the Internet combined with a multitude of available products from retailers make automated scanning at logistics centers more important than ever. This paper will analyze the current state of barcode scanning applications and investigate potential for improvement, focusing on the most common applications performed by distribution centers today.
By MMH Staff · March 21, 2011
New exhibitor to ProMat, Cognex is showcasing its DataMan 500 image-based bar code reader.
<p>Bill Arnold</p> By MMH Staff · March 9, 2011
ABI Research has announced the appointment of Bill Arnold as Principal Analyst, AutoID and Smart Cards.
<p>Accu-Sort Systems is a pioneer in advanced auto ID systems with more than three decades of experience deploying and supporting scanning, tracking and sortation solutions in various industries including transportation, logistics, manufacturing, and retail.</p> WHITE PAPER
By Clive Purchase · December 7, 2010
This Research Paper was designed to gauge the relative importance placed on improving efficiency in warehouse operations, the impact of bar-code scanner downtime occurrences on materials handling operations, and the preferred approach to service and the level of satisfaction with that approach.
By MMH Staff · November 30, 2010
This agreement will allow Sick to continue using Datalogic’s technology, known as PackTrack, in its stationary scanners.
By Bob Trebilcock · November 4, 2010
Reality bites, and in 2009, the automatic data capture business was bit hard. The total market for industrial automatic data capture (ADC) solutions came in at roughly $15.2 billion in 2009, according to Massachusetts-based VDC Research Group, down about 15.5% from the more than $18 billion spent on industrial ADC in 2008.

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