It may be tempting to want to use your personal smartphone on the job, but depending on your job, they usually don’t have the durability or functionality necessary.
Meet the TC55, a pocket-sized, touch-screen computer that has integrated data capture capabilities and is built to withstand industrial environments. Essentially, the TC55 has all of the conveniences of a smartphone, with all of the essentials and durability of an enterprise-grade device.
Each TC55 comes equipped with Mobility Extensions (Mx), a platform that enhances Android’s already robust operating system (OS) into an enterprise class OS.
In addition, the TC55 features:
Zebra’s Mobility DNA
- Advanced capacitive touch screen
- Superior audio quality with noise cancelling technology
- Support for Push-to-Talk
- Integrated barcode scanner and imager for data capture
- Standard or professional configuration options to meet your needs
See what the Zebra TC55 can do for you.
Each year, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) recognizes 16 companies in their annual Supplier Performance Awards. This year, our partner Honeywell Scanning and Mobility received a Supplier Excellence Award.
The award recognizes performance that reduces costs, maintains high levels of service, and provides innovative and sustainable solutions. Eligibility is reserved for the 75 suppliers designated by the USPS as a “Key Supplier,” meaning their business impact, market complexity, spend and contributions to Postal Service cost reduction were all taken into consideration.
“You are helping us transform the way we do business at the Postal Service, and we commend you for it. Working together, we can and will become a leaner, greener and smarter organization. And working together, we will continue to make a difference in the lives of the millions of Americans we serve every day,” said Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President Joseph Corbett.
The Supplier Excellence Award in particular, which Honeywell received recognizes Postal Service suppliers that have demonstrated exemplary contract performance, innovation, and supply chain integration, or played a significant role in helping the Postal Service reduce costs or achieve other strategic objectives.
“Honeywell is thrilled to be honored with the U.S. Postal Service Supplier Excellence Award and see this recognition as a true testament to the outstanding teamwork and collaboration we’ve experienced in working with the Postal Service team. Honeywell’s number one commitment is to improving the workflows of our customers through innovative technology, and we are proud to see the results the Postal Service has achieved to date as a result of our relationship,” said John Waldron, president, Honeywell Scanning & Mobility.”
Honeywell recently released the first in a series of next-generation, mobile workforce solutions—the Dolphin™ 75e mobile computer. This sleek, easy-to-use, and reliable device gives enterprise businesses the flexibility to operate on Windows Embedded 8.1 Handheld or Android™ 4.4 KitKat platforms.
The Honeywell Dolphin 75e was designed to improve workflow and increase efficiency, featuring:
- Easy upgrade to Windows Embedded 10 Handheld or Android 5.0 Lollipop
- Applications such as inventory, asset management, check-in and reservations, quality and auditing, picking and voice-enabled workflows
- Durable IP67-rated design
“Our top priority is to deliver world-class solutions that make our customers more efficient and meet the diverse business needs of a global workforce, while helping customers get the most out of their existing technology investments. Honeywell understands customers have unique business challenges and opportunities to improve workflow performance, which is why we developed a solution that can run on Android and Windows operating systems,” said Taylor Smith, general manager of mobility, Honeywell Scanning & Mobility.
Learn more about the Honeywell Dolphin 75e.
Honeywell recently partnered with Microsoft in order to include Windows Embedded 8.1 Handheld platform to Honeywell’s latest mobile solution, the Dolphin 75e mobile computer.
By partnering together, Honeywell and Microsoft will be able to provide hands-on training and development assistance.
Did You Know
- The Dolphin 75e mobile computer is the first in a series of Honeywell devices to take advantage of Windows Embedded 8.1 platform
- The system will allow businesses to be more agile, reduce IT management costs and increase employee productivity
- The Dolphin 75e uses a modern touch interface built on a powerful processor
- Ideally suited for organizations that need to optimize productivity and get new workers up to speed with inventory and asset management, shelf stocking, customer engagement, check-in and reservations and quality and auditing.
“By working with Microsoft to deploy Windows Embedded 8.1 on our latest rugged mobile device, with the opportunity to upgrade to Windows 10 in the future, we allow enterprises to protect their investments and maximize platform performance, ultimately helping them to conduct operations in a variety of environments. This joint effort addresses one of the biggest challenges our customers face — successfully managing operating system demands,” said Taylor Smith, general manager of mobility, Honeywell Scanning & Mobility.
The Honeywell PD43 and PD43c family of light industrial thermal printers deliver a no-compromise printing performance in a compact and affordable package, making them ideal for tight spaces. The PD43 series is best suited for warehouse and distribution centers and features a color graphic display for easy set-up, configuration and fine-tuning. Best of all, applications can be run from the printer, eliminating any need to connect to a computer.
In addition, the PD43 series features: