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  • Are you Realizing the Full Benefits of RFID
    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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    This paper surveys the different operating systems in the handheld computer market, and discusses advantages and considerations associated with each.
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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.
  • Are your Smart Phones Smart Enough?
    Looking beyond mobile device hardware, this white paper explores the productivity and financial benefits that come from using enterprise tools to develop, deploy and manage mobile solutions.
  • Imaging Moves Into the Mainstream
    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.
  • Are Your Smart Phones Tough Enough for Work?
    Millions of new smart phones continue to ship every month, and many of them find their way into businesses to help workers do their jobs in innovative new ways. However, many of these same phones will be replaced within a year because they are not durable enough to work reliably in new enterprise work environments. In this white paper, learn why emerging enterprise applications require ruggedness and reliability.
  • How Ruggedness Reduces TCO for Mobile Computers
    General-purpose PDAs and ruggedized enterprise mobile computers are made for separate markets, are designed for different tasks, and also vary by their size, weight and materials. But the biggest difference between these device types is their total cost of ownership (TCO). Understanding TCO differences is essential to choosing the device that will provide the most value for mobile computing deployments. 
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