For high mobile workflows and intensive order picking or sorting that require frequent barcode scanning, the gun-shaped scanner and handheld industrial PDA may not be the best choice. Workers can lose 5 seconds every time when they pick up, scan, and set down a handheld scanner. In these cases the wearable barcode scanners such as ring-type, glove-type or glass-type scanners used together with wearable data terminal can play an important role to improve efficiency.
The GS02 series glove scanners from Karls Tech provide professional solution for wearable barcode scanning and article tracking in intensive order-picking under extreme working conditions. The glove scanner are rugged and ergonomic, yet lightweight, comfortable to wear and easy to operate.
In glass fabricating industry each glass being cut into pieces needs to be tracked. The glove scanner provides an efficient way for 1D or 2D barcode scanning in glass cutting workflow, while providing a protection for workers by wearing gloves
GS02 is a series of design of glove scanners by combining gloves with high-performance mini barcode scanners, and used together with a stationary or a wearable mobile data terminal with Bluetooth communication.
Golve BM01 + MS3392 2D companion mini scanner, charged with USB cable
Golve BM02 + FS02P 2D scanner, charged with magnetic adsorption USB cable, and BFP1/BFP2 dockstation
Palm-type glove BM03 + FS02P scanner, charged with magnetic adsorption USB cable, and BFP1/BFP2 dockstation.
Three models of glove scanner featured with two type of gloves and two type of mini scanners
Low costs of production and high levels of demand make illicit cigarettes one of the world’s most trafficked illegal goods. By May 2019, every business involved in the tobacco supply chain is requested to transform the way they track and report on products. The Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) sets new expectations for how the supply chain tackles issues of public health and illegal tobacco products.
Whether you’re in distribution, wholesale, retail or logistics, the changes will affect you. In times that fraudulent products are more present than ever before, barcodes could potentially provide more safety in an economic and efficient way. This is why the latest version of DotCode was released by in July 2019.
DotCode is a two-dimensional matrix symbology that is composed of dots that are arranged in a specified rectangular array. One of its major is that the code can be applied at a speed of more than 1,000 codes per second, and less requirement for printed space . This offers potential to other markets such as the beverage, distribution and e-commerce industry.
As tobacco products pass through the supply chain, the unique 2D IDs must be maintained throughout and a data scan completed at every check point. Hardware must be able to read 2D dotcodes (or data matrix) that are applied to each individual pack, no matter the condition of the packaging. The hardware must simultaneously be compatible with software, applications and utilities used to comply with the TPD and conduct other day-to-day manufacturing, warehousing, transportation and distribution operations.
Karls Tech has successfully integrated these regulations into the new launched models of wearable ring scanners, to address the most challenging scanning needs, including all the symbology required by TPD.
Karls Tech provides hands-free mobile solutions for article tracking and tracing in Tabaco logistics which help you to improve significantly working efficiencies. Smarter automation and barcode reading systems means fewer operation errors, which equates to lower handling costs and higher customer satisfaction.
R5000BT-51C, standard 2D ring barcode scanner
R5000BT-5MQ, medium range (~4m) 2D ring barcode scanner
Data terminals (mobile phones, smart watch)
Accessories include hosting armband, wireless charging pad and dockstation, Bluetooth adapter, etc.
“Auto-ID” or Automatic identification refers to the methods of automatically identifying objects, collecting data about them, and entering them directly into computer systems, without human involvement. Technologies typically considered as part of AIDC include QR codes, bar codes, RFID, biometrics, magnetic stripes, optical character recognition (OCR), smart cards, and voice recognition.
Order Picking Technology
Mobile acquisition using handheld / PDA / tablet
Automated palletizing and depalletizing with handling devices, forklift and robots
Automated sequencing buffer to form the order picking sequence
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