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By Josh Bond · February 6, 2012
Motorola Solutions (Booth 806) announced its first warehouse-ready tablet offering, the ET 1, which features a 7-inch multi-touchscreen, Android operating system, eight-megapixel camera and full-shift battery.
<p>Dino Stamatiou, TECSYS product director for business intelligence, shows mobile devices running the new mobile BI app.</p> By Roberto Michel · February 6, 2012
TECSYS (Booth 612) a provider of warehouse management systems (WMS) and other distribution management software, unveiled five new solutions at a press conference Monday.
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 · February 1, 2012
Psion, a leading global provider of rugged mobile solutions, today announced it has joined Sprint’s Open Device Initiative to provide its customers with access to the strength of Sprint’s 3G network in the U.S.
By MMH Staff · January 30, 2012
New division includes Matthews Marking, Holjeron, IPTI and Lightning Pick
<p>Asset management systems keep track of reusable plastic containers, minimizing loss.</p> By Bob Trebilcock · January 1, 2012
Today’s asset management solutions do far more than tell you what you have and where it’s located.
SPECIAL REPORT
By Bridget McCrea · December 1, 2011
Supply chain professionals are certainly moving toward mobile applications to improve overall operations, but just how fast is it happening?
By Bob Trebilcock · October 28, 2011
Camera-based imaging is one of the fastest-growing areas of data capture.
By MMH Staff · October 5, 2011
TotalTrax is the new company formed from the merger of Rush Tracking Systems and Sky-Trax.
By Bob Trebilcock · October 1, 2011
Modern spends 60 seconds talking with David Krebs at VDC Research.
By Bob Trebilcock · September 30, 2011
Knapp uses a visual display and camera-based imaging to capture data in picking
By MMH Staff · August 3, 2011
Ubisense’s ultrawideband (UWB)-based RTLS is the first to gain official authorization for deployment and use within China.
By Bridget McCrea · August 1, 2011
Logistics professionals are certainly moving toward mobile applications to improve overall supply chain operations, but just how fast is it happening? Our technology correspondent gives us a reality check.
By MMH Staff · July 29, 2011
The acquisition will enhance Honeywell's existing capabilities in rugged mobile computing technologies and satellite communications within its Automation and Control Solutions (ACS) and Aerospace businesses.
By Scott Anderson · July 19, 2011
Listen closely and you’ll hear that voice delivers productivity results

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