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    RFID is solving real-world business and operational challenges within industrial, retail, government, health care, and enterprise environments, on a widespread basis. From manufacturing shop floors to supply chains to healthcare facilities, a growing list of users representing an extensive range of applications are being supported by RFID solutions. Inventory control, asset tracking, supply chain management, and Work-In-Process (WIP) are fueling the application growth and positioning RFID a a game-changing automation technology across industries.
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    For companies with small private fleets, ranging anywhere from one to a few hundred trucks, the focus is one their core business; fleet management is often a secondary concern. However, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) doesn’t see it that way. Even small fleets are mandated to comply with the safety management system implemented by the FMCSA. One key requirement: drivers of commercial vehicles weighing over 10,000 gross vehicle weight (GVW) must produce daily driver vehicle inspection reports (DVIRs) detailing issues that could affect vehicle operational safety. Learn more about this important application, common pitfalls, and opportunities created by adopting new technologies to automate this process.
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    HTML5 is quickly evolving into an enterprise technology. This momentum is causing companies to reconsider their mobile strategies and question why are enterprises, software application providers and device makers are adopting HTML5 and whether they should as well. This white paper will help you determine if HTML is right for your mobile environment.
  • Innovating With Proven Transportation and Logistics Technology
    Nearly all the transportation and distribution companies in a market are governed by the similar labor laws, pay the same fuel prices and share the same roads. So why are some much more successful than others? Winning T&L companies don’t rely on cyclical business conditions to be successful. They can be profitable in any business conditions because they are differentiated, either in the services they offer customers or in their underlying business processes.
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    Bar-coded shipping labels are essential to sophisticated tracking and material-handling systems, and thus so are label printers. This white paper identifies the features of shipping-label printers that will return the greatest value for long-term, low-cost reliable operations, from features that save time to those that simplify integration and management.
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    2D imagers are becoming the technology of choice for most bar code applications, and lasers are on the way to becoming a niche technology. Not only can 2D imagers read more bar codes than lasers – including QR Codes, Data Matrix, and other popular 2D symbols – they can also do much more than just read bar codes.
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