Zebra Technologies Innovates Logistics and Warehouse Management with TC8000 Mobile Computers
FREMONT, CA: Zebra Technologies – developer of tracking technology and provider of real-time visibility on the assets of the companies, people and transactions, presents the new TC8000, enterprise-class mobile computers for logistics.
The device reduces human effort by eliminating the need for “tilt and verify” motions and saving an hour per worker per shift resulting in a 14 percent increased productivity.
Ergonomically, the new android based mobile computer is 33 percent lighter than traditional portable devices, requiring less muscular effort and a small twist of the wrist. The device reduces the training time, quickens data entry and accuracy in challenging industrial settings.
The TC8000, third-party logistics offers triple-shift battery power and can be used for warehouse management, price audits, store receiving, inventory management.
It also responds to voice commands, Voice-Directed Picking (VDP) and supply-line replenishment applications. The TC8000 is also equipped with technology called SimulScan Document Capture, where a single scan includes multiple bar codes and entire modules.
The ‘OneCare Support Service contracts’ from Zebra provides technical support, software updates and unique device diagnostics that will detect WLAN connectivity, memory and battery issues assisting to improve mobile worker productivity and reducing downtime.
Bill Burns, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Visibility and Mobility, Zebra Technologies stated that the mobile computer represents the greatest advancement in warehouse technology in more than two decades with its revolutionary design contributing to an extra hour of productivity per worker per shift without disrupting existing IT systems.
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