Finding the right vehicle mount terminal is no easy task—they can often be too large, taking up valuable space and blocking drivers’ views.
Meet the DLoG XMT 5/7 vehicle mount terminal, a compact terminal that’s still packed with all the latest technology. The DLoG XMT 5/7 is ideal for small spaces, such as on a fork lift truck, and can easily be mounted within any driver’s cabin. In addition, the DLoG XMT 5/7 features:
- WWAN – EDGE 2.5G / GSM Quadband
- WLAN with integrated diversity antenna
- CAN – V2.0B, V2.0A
- Microsoft Windows CE 6.0
- Durable in deep-freeze use
- Fanless design
- Advantech-DLoG certified touch screen design
- Embedded terminal with modular design
- Full range of functionality despite the space-saving form factor
- Individual mounting brackets
- Lean design
- Extensive line of accessories: Barcode scanner, card reader, printer, etc.
Learn more about how the DLoG XMT 5/7 vehicle mount terminal can help your warehouse operations.
Datalogic recently announced the launch of the MX-U family of vision processors. This new line of vision processors has the speed and flexibility to tackle the most demanding manufacturing and inspection applications.
The new MX-U family of vision processors features:
- Intel multi-core chipsets
- USB 3.0 connectivity
- Easy-to-use GUI
“We design our systems to give maximum value, provide flexibility, and to extend where vision technology can be deployed” said Donato Montanari, General Manager Machine Vision Business Unit of Datalogic. “This means delivering more than components, it means offering a family that specifically fits the needs of the market and the tools to make the deployment fast and easy. The new MX-U family of vision processors does exactly that.”
The new MX-U family of vision processors is ideal for applications in pharma, food/beverage and electronics industries.
Learn more about the MX-U family of vision processors from Datalogic.
Datalogic recently announce that their Jade X7 automated checkout portal is being used exclusively at the Cosmopolitan Marketplace, a new kind of grocery store that recently opened in Chicago.
Rather than using traditional barcode scanners like most grocers, the Jade X7 is an automated checkout solution that allows shoppers to place items onto a quick-moving belt. The items can be facing any way, so there’s no need to find the barcode. The Jade X7 uses vision technology, creating a 360˚ scan of the items and automatically reads and identifies the products. This process, as you can imagine, is much quicker than traditional grocery stores using manual checkout. After items are read by the Jade X7, they can be quickly bagged and the transaction is complete, allowing for a smooth checkout and faster lines.
“We are very excited that the Cosmopolitan Marketplace chose to work with our partner, ECRS, to implement Jade X7 automated scanners in each of their checkout lanes. This store presents shoppers with an experience unlike anything they have previously seen. Jade adds to that experience exemplifying the leading edge of checkout technology,” said Nick Tabet, Vice President, Fixed Retail Business Unit for Datalogic.
Although the Jade system is perfect for grocers, its uses are quickly growing—retailers and third party logistics (3pl’s) companies are starting to deploy Jade systems as part of their item returns process to scan products that have been shipped back, speeding up the returns process.
Learn more about the Jade X7.
If you’re looking for a mobile computer that’s rugged, ergonomic and handles all your real-time data needs, look no farther than the Datalogic Falcon™ X3+.
The Falcon X3+ provides a tailored solution for demanding environments in need of real-time transaction visibility. It’s Laird/Summit IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n dual band WiFi radio allows for fast data throughput. In addition, its new diversity antenna system provides maximum coverage.
The Datalogic Falcon X3+ mobile computer is a unique device featuring a pistol grip or handheld form factor, numeric and alphanumeric keyboards, choice of Microsoft operating systems and a standard or long-range 2D imager, high-performance laser or auto ranging laser for maximum distance on 1D barcode labels.
Datalogic’s patented “Green Spot” technology is included, providing good-read visual confirmation in scanning environments where noise is an issue. In addition, the Falcon X3+ mobile computer also incorporates a camera to verify promotional displays and document damaged or returned goods.
Learn more about the Datalogic Falcon X3+ and what it can do for you.
Datalogic recently announced the launch of their newest addition to the 8k series of industrial laser barcode scanners—the DS8110 and the DX8210.
The DS8110 laser barcode scanner offers peak performance with an enhanced Depth of Field (DOF) and greater Field of View (FOV) than comparable models, meaning higher reliability, performance and value.
The DX8210 laser barcode scanner offers similar features, but in an X pattern, creating the work of two scanners in a single, efficient, form factor.
“Our customers have demanding applications that require creative and reliable solutions. They have relied on the Datalogic 8000 series laser scanners over the years and we have worked to increase the feature set to meet their constantly changing needs,” said Alberto Bertomeu General Manager Identification Business Unit at Datalogic.
He added, “The new DS8110 and DX8210 continue in the 8000 series tradition of excellence with additional features that bring more value to our integrators and customers.”
Learn more about the latest in barcode scanning from Datalogic.