Tablet computers have become a crucial tool for police and public safety officers, both inside and outside their vehicles. But there can be challenges when trying to deploy and integrate tablets in such a unique operational environment, particularly when it comes to device durability, connectivity, speed, and overall performance. Consumer-grade devices aren’t built for the
Time is running out on the Windows Embedded Handheld mobile operating system, and if you still haven’t developed your migration plan, now is the time to get started. All Microsoft support has ended for most versions of Windows Embedded Handheld, and here are the end-of-life dates for the last supported versions: July 9, 2019 –
Investing in mobile technologies is the first step toward automating and optimizing your business workflows. But maintaining those advantages requires proper equipment servicing and support, to keep your total cost of ownership as low as possible and keep your devices performing flawlessly. This is one of the reasons why our team at TPI partners with
WEBINAR “When Your DC Needs a Wireless Survey, And When It Doesn’t” TPI’s top wireless expert is going to discuss a process of how to determine if your warehouse/DC needs a wireless survey and if so, which type of analyses meets the specific needs and pain points related to mobile data collections in your operations.
4 Mobile Technology Trends For 2019. Wearable Devices – When you hear “wearable devices,” you might think of an Apple Watch or a Bluetooth ear piece. But in the supply chain, wearable devices are far more advanced and sophisticated than these consumer products. Many supply chains are now using wearable systems, consisting of wrist-worn mobile
TPI welcomes Corrie Gillis to its Business Development Team. Corrie Gillis has long been identified as an industry leader with experience in a variety of technologies including bar-coding, networking, RFID, security and enterprise software. His strength in building ROI for customers by understanding their business processes will help expand TPI’s offering and geographic reach. Headquartered
It’s no secret that manufacturers, retailers, and logistics firms are all grappling with the challenges of how to meet the growing needs of the on-demand economy. Customers now demand faster, more accurate fulfillment than ever before, and industries must adapt quickly to meet those requirements. In fact, in Zebra’s 2018 Future of Fulfillment Vision Study,
Environmental conditions and facility equipment as well as different types of inventory, can impact RF coverage results in any facility. Warning signs of trouble with the WiFi in your warehouse could include: Inconsistant service in different locations Sporadic WiFi coverage during certain time periods. Slow Connectivity Scanners that freeze up. Unusual battery drainage. Our experienced
Mobilizing your workforce and automating workflows with mobile computers is a great way to boost efficiency, especially in warehousing. But it’s easy to squander some of your gains if workers still have to walk back-and-forth to a centralized printer hub or workstation to print and apply labels.
In healthcare, positive and accurate patient identification is absolutely critical. A single mistake can lead to a dangerous medication mix-up, a treatment error, or even death. It’s also important to positively identify and track patients as quickly and efficiently as