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Zebra’s WT6000 a Next Generation Wearable Computer

Posted August 21, 2017

wt6000-2The WT6000 wearable computer gives workers the hands-free mobility needed to boost productivity to the next level. Workers won’t find this wearable computer uncomfortable as it’s smaller and lighter than other wearable computers on the market. The WT6000 has a new mounting system that will fit comfortably on any size arm.

With a larger touchscreen it provides more real estate to display intuitive graphical Android applications. Integrated Near Field Communication allows workers to instantly tap-to-pair with Zebra’s Bluetooth ring scanner, Bluetooth headset, and Bluetooth printers at the start of every shift. The industrial rugged design delivers maximum uptime in even the most demanding environments.

WT6000 Features:

  • Compact size that’s 27% lighter and 36% less volume
  • Rugged and ready for your toughest environments
  • Larger display with multi-touch capacitive touchscreen
  • Programmable soft-keys simplify your most complex operations
  • Increase worker productivity by 15% with Zebra’s total wearable solutions
  • Groundbreaking new mounting system for superior comfort, hygiene and safety

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Wearable Data Collection Solutions from Honeywell

Posted May 11, 2017

wearableRegardless of the business size, everyone is looking to improve the efficiency and accuracy of their workforce. Mobile computing options have become more powerful and smaller allowing for wearable device solutions that make sense.

Wearable solutions provide a hands free experience for your workforce which has immediate efficiency results. From part picking and package handling to sortation and vehicle loading, any application that requires use of both hands is a great fit for a wearable device.

Historically, wearable solutions were bulky and required customization to software to deal with a stripped down interface. With Honeywell’s selection of wearable hardware this issue are part of the past.

Using the rugged enterprise class Dolphin 70e or Dolphin 75e mobile computer with purpose-built 8670 wireless ring scanner provides you with a new approach to enabling hands-free operations. The large display, flexible touchscreen keypads, and modern architecture allow you to easily deploy more user-friendly applications to quickly gain the productivity of hands-free operation.

The lightweight, wearable accessories provide increased comfort and improved hygiene over conventional wearables. And all components are breakaway for safety and easily swappable for left- or right-hand operation.


Improve Warehouse Efficiency with Honeywell’s 8670 Wireless Ring Scanner

Posted September 21, 2016

The Honeywell 8670 Wireless Ring Scanner brings a lot of versatility to the mobile warehouse worker. It’s 1D and 2D scanning performance, fast decoding, and ability to read poor-quality or damaged barcodes make it the best in the industry. A few things to highlight a few things about the Honeywell 8670.

  • Lower profile ring scanner. The Honeywell 8670 ring scanner has a much lower profile than the Zebra RS507.  In other words, it sits lower on your finger.  This is important because with this device you’ll be doing lots of piece picks, case picks, etc.  With a lower profile ring scanner you are much less likely to hit the scanner on the bin/racking when reaching into a bin/racking to pick something. Rack hits = frustrated operator, progress disruption, damaged scanner.
  • No ring spin! The scanner button on the Honeywell 8670 does not sit below the finger.  So when you pick up a box the scanner stays put.   If the button sits below your finger the scanner will spin every time you pick up a box.  So you’ll have to readjust your scanner after every pick. Life with a scanner that does not take this into account turns a 2 step process into a 3 step process.
    • Step 1: Scan item.
    • Step 2: Pick up box.
    • Step 3: Re-adjust ring scanner.
  • Practice putting the ring scanner on until you’ve got it down to one smooth motion.  This also applies to the wearable computer.

First impressions go a long way, and if a your workers continue to fumble with the scanner trying to put it on…well….then it diminishes the productivity that you are trying to capture in your business.

 


Zebra’s New WT6000, RS6000, RS4000, HS3100, HS2100 Wearable Solutions

Posted July 5, 2016

Introducing Zebra’s Total Wearable Solutions, which consist of the WT6000 wearable computer, RS6000 Bluetooth 2D ring scanner, RS4000 corded 1D ring scanner, HS3100 Bluetooth headset and HS2100 corded headset for use in warehouses, distribution centers, and manufacturing operations. It’s the only family of enterprise wearable devices built on Android and backed by Mobility DNA – setting a new standard for ease of use and giving workers the hands-free mobility they need to boost productivity to a new level.

Industry leading ergonomics and human factors design provide warehouse workers with a wearable system they’ll want to wear. Zebra’s Total Wearable Solutions combine the unrivaled scan performance, industrial rugged design and backroom support that the industry has come to expect from Zebra. The result? Maximum comfort. Maximum durability. Maximum workforce productivity.

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Enhancing your Workforce With Wearable Mobile Computers

Posted August 29, 2014

Wearable ComputersAs businesses strive for greater efficiency and accuracy in every warehouse application, wearable mobile computers are becoming a more popular option to further empower any workforce. Workers armed with  wireless, hands-free mobile computers can achieve new levels of error-proof productivity, operational efficiency and accuracy.

Like any other mobile device, wearable mobile computers provide the same computing and wireless connectivity while freeing up the users hands for other tasks. This allows you to scan and collect data while still being able to use both hands for picking parts or products resulting in less interruptions to the task at hand.

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