In logistics environments purchasing, storage and distribution interact with each other. Optimizing every step in the entire supply chain up to the point of delivery leads to a time winning performance. Fast (wireless) data transmission, on-board scanning, reliable performance and real-time communication with the enterprise database are necessary to provide great accuracy and time control.
Barcodes have proven themselves within the logistic processes as an information provider, managing inventory and locating supplies. Applying barcodes to packages is a successful way to identify packages and automate the logistics process. 2D codes also play a significant role in the logistics process since these codes can contain much more information in very limited space.
Opticon offers scanning solutions that capture and transfer data in real-time at any location. Logistics activities are identified accurately with the Opticon scanners and terminals and automatically uploaded to the central database, contributing to transparency and optimized productivity. This is an accurate and fast way of identifying goods.
Logistics environments encounter harsh circumstances. Products defined to be suitable for logistics environments are equipped with casings able to withstand wear and tear and average changes in weather conditions when moving repetitively from indoor to outdoor during the operations.
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