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New Honeywell Thor VM1A Vehicle- Mounted Computer

Posted February 28, 2019
Worker using the Honeywell VM1A vehicle mounted computer for inventory check on a forklift
Honeywell's New VM1A vehicle mounted mobile computer for forklifts

In modern warehouses, manufacturing and freight facilities, there’s no room for any downtime in your operations. You need to keep products and materials moving. Honeywell’s new Thor VM1A vehicle mounted computer can help keep forklift operators locate and move products quickly and efficiently throughout your facility.

Built on Honeywell’s Mobility Edge platform, the Android based Thor VM1A is designed to have an extended product lifecycle, minimizes downtime, and deliver a lower total cost of ownership. Engineered with many of the same easy to use and maintain features of the popular Thor VM1 and CV41 models of vehicle mobile computers, the new VM1A drives an integrated approach to assist with deployment, performance, and the life cycle of your device.

The Smart Dock feature enables users to quickly shift vehicle- mounted computers between vehicles without touching of the cabling, to maximize efficiency and uptime. Built for challenging environments, the field replaceable front panel allows staff by quickly swap out to fix any touchscreen or keyboard failures instead of swapping out the whole device. It saves valuable time and maintenance costs by leveraging in- house staff to service touchscreen or keyboard failures. The Thor VM1A is also forward compatible with support from Android O to Android R,and features extended security update support for up to two years to future proof and maximize investment.

Honeywell's New VM1A vehicle mounted mobile computer for forklifts

Features:

  • Processor: 2.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 octa-core
  • Operating System: Android 8 (Oreo), upgradable through Android R
  • 8 inch display with full 64-key QWERTY keyboard with number pad
  • WLAN and Bluetooth connectivity
  • IP 66 seals out moisture and particle intrusion
  • Smart Dock enables mounting and removal in seconds
  • Field replaceable front panel to quicken repair turn around
  • Ignition control feature that helps manage power, saving start up time and extend vehicle battery life.
  • Optional screen defroster for cold storage option and freezer environment

With the mobile solutions ever changing, the Honeywell VM1A vehicle mounted mobile computer delivers advancements in managing operations in the most demanding environments. Get your supply chain up to speed, improve productivity, decrease downtime, and maximize your return on investment. Contact us if you have any questions or would like to learn how the VM1A can help you enhance your daily operations.

Thor VM3: Honeywell’s Rugged Vehicle-Mounted Computer

Posted September 7, 2017

honeywell-thor-vm3-vehicle-mount-vm3w2f3a1bus06a-75bDisruptions in the supply chain can be costly for businesses, and in today’s business world it’s either you adapt or get left behind. One product that can help your business adapt and at the same time give you a significant competitive advantage is the Thor VM3 Vehicle-Mount Computer. The Thor VM3 comes with Smart Dock which delivers immediate impact savings on support and maintenance costs. The cost savings from the Smart Dock come as a result of all the maximized efficiency that allows users to undock the computer from one forklift and redock it on another vehicle in a matter of seconds. This helps the workers adapt as the workload changes throughout the day or week.  A field-replaceable front panel reduces your capital and maintenance cost by integrating two of the most wear and abuse prone components, the keyboard and the touchscreen, into a user-replaceable part all with the simple use of a screwdriver.

This Honeywell vehicle-mount computer has an IP66 rated design and was designed to withstand all the vibrations and shocks that is generally created when a forklift is in operation. Safety is also a big proponent of the Thor VM3 with a screen blanking option that restricts driver access to the screen when the vehicle is moving to comply with the highest safety standards. The rugged vehicle-mount computer was made to withstand multiple environments from dry goods to cold storage, indoors or outdoors, and in-premise or in intermodal facilities. The Thor VM3 comes with the Intel x86 architecture and Dual Core 1.5GHz processor that enable superior performance with data-intensive applications.

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Key Benefits of Vehicle Mount Terminals

Posted November 3, 2015

termianlsLook into any mid to large scale warehouse operation and you will see vehicle mount terminals in use to improve efficiencies across the facility. Especially in the case of forklifts, embedding a capable mobile terminal can improve productivity and reduce errors from the docks to the yard. Having access to accurate information at all time in real-time aids in every process from receiving to storing, moving around, cross docking and picking.

Key Benefits of Vehicle Mount Terminals

  • The vehicle terminal tells your driver exactly what items to pick-up
  • The driver has detailed information at all times on where to store product such as a bin or rack number and can confirm the putaway is complete
  • The terminal can track product in real time while it is being moved within your warehouse or even cross docked for immediate shipping
  • The real time accuracy of information right in the vehicle that is picking the product eliminates human error in selecting the wrong product
  • A vehicle mount computer than can immediately confirm the right product is being moved onto the right truck for shipping, eliminating human error

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Honeywell Transforms Distribution Center Operations with the New Thor CV31 and Wearable Dolphin 70e

Posted November 6, 2014

Intermec Thor CV31 TerminalAs distribution center operators look ahead to stay competitive in 2015 and beyond, Honeywell has announced two new innovative products designed to boost operations – a versatile hands-free wearable solution engineered to drive efficiency, productivity and accuracy inside the four walls of the warehouse, and the Thor CV31 vehicle mount computer, combining the latest computing technology into a compact enclosure that minimizes driver obstruction. Both products will be on display at the 2014 Pack Expo International in Chicago from Nov. 2–5, 2014.

Thor CV31 Vechicle Mount Computer 
Featured at the show is the Thor CV31 vehicle-mount computer. Suited for warehouse operations, the CV31 displays supply chain workflow information in a manner that is easily seen, within reach, yet never in the way.
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Honeywell Launches the Thor VM2 – Next Generation Vehicle-Mount Computer

Posted February 1, 2013

Honeywell has announced the Thor VM2, its tenth generation vehicle-mount computer (VMC) that provides the mobile workforce with unprecedented flexibility and productivity.  Featuring a larger 9.7 inch XGA display screen, the Thor VM2 builds off the successful Thor VM1, utilizing breakthrough mobile technology to create immediate time savings and protection against unplanned disruptions in the supply chain.

Equipped with a field-replaceable front panel, the Thor VM2 integrates the two most damage-prone device components, the keyboard and touchscreen, into a user-replaceable part.  As a result, users can repair the most common forms of vehicle-mount computer malfunctions on the go, reducing maintenance cost and spare parts capital cost.

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