Frequent inventories belong to the most time-consuming obligations for companies. Before the year-end closing they need to count their products and keep records of what and how much is still available. An auditing company recommends sample inventories the so called sequential tests for process acceleration. These tests are very suitable for RFID equipped warehouses and meet all legal inventory guidelines and work out a lot faster according to the auditors. Sequential tests:
The Cebit trade fair 2016 in Hannover, Germany. In the main hall 8 one of the exhibitors offers something extraordinary. At this booth visitors can get implants, a small RFID chip planted in their hand. All of this to acknowledge how much more comfort this technology brings with-it in the daily life. "Making humans better" Opening doors without keys, unlock smartphones without pin codes, physicians would be able to get all the necessary medical information about the patient,
On individual products, on shopping windows and generally in advertisings you can find QR-Codes. You can capture them with your smartphone to get more information about a product. Panasonic developed a new light technology with which such QR-Codes could be vanished in the future. "Light ID technology" Instead of QR-Codes Panasonic counts on light signal codes in their newest development. Up to today QR-Codes made it possible to get more information about products and to watch
The city Weiden in Bavaria, Germany came up with a special idea for Eastern. A city wide search for Easter eggs made of paper with QR-Codes. Whoever finds those eggs in the participating stores collects voucher codes for their purchase. The cities' marketing department wants to combine the Online-shopping with the Store-shopping in a very smart way. Retail Store-Shopping is still more important than Online Shopping The principle behind the Easter eggs hunting with QR-Code is
Logimat 2016: Starting with the newest PANMOBIL technology for Barcode-/and RFID scanner. All about a sound chip to replay Wav- and MP3 files in shape of sounds, commands and indications. The PANMOBIL devices will come with a lot of sounds in the future which enables voice operated production processes. Clear and distinct representations in the acoustic field PANMOBILs AutoID scanner which already are equipped with a programmable Linux operations system and a high performance
Logimat 2016: Two huge monitors on the PANMOBIL booth show two different movies. One of them shows stressful meetings and difficulties to organize everything and being stressed about losing money and time consuming procedures. The other movie shows how easy and relaxed the scanning procedure works out and how easy it is to make money. The big topics for PANMOBIL on this year’s Logimat are the questions "Are you still programming?" or "Are you scanning yet? “ "Are you still pr
Wolfgang Plinske owns a beer garden in Veitshöchheim near Wurzburg, Germany. To make it easier for his blind guests to be able to read the menu he actually removed the braille and replaced it with QR-Codes with special audio function. "Pulled Pork" in braille it becomes a problem Spareribs, Smoked Pork, Pulled Pork - all of this are included in the menu of the beer garden. But the blind guests had problems with the Braille-Version of the menu because they couldn´t figure out
How to react in case of fire? Everybody need to leave the building that´s for sure! It needs a lot of organized procedures to be able to evacuate a refugee camp without problems. The rescue team "Malteser" in Herne and Wanne-Eickel, Germany use Barcode-Scanner for the evacuation processes to be the most effective. Fire drill for 273 refugees An alarm sound with an automatic voice in four languages: after only 15 minutes the complete camp was evacuated, reports " Der Westen".
In the past few years every football player in the United States has been equipped with an RFID chip. This technology makes it a lot easier for television broadcasting transmitter to follow the every move of the players. Two RFID tags for each player take care of a lot of information and data The size of the RFID tags are as big as coin and are placed one on each shoulder. These RFID tags send their data with 25 signals in a second to the RFID reader all over the Stadium. The
PANMOBILs revolutionary OEM – AutoID – components are a bit bigger than a stamp, but shape a perfect, efficient compact computer, that can be easily integrated into any existing system environments with their own CPU as well as their extendible transmission and communication module. Hardware developer Yakup Önder tells us in an interview about the challenges in the construction and about the numerous possibilities that result for the AutoID world. Mr. Önder what are X-Boards?