Supplier News

  1. AssurX Announces OnDemand PreConfigured Quality Management And Regulatory Compliance Solutions
    7/16/2007
    AssurX, Inc. has announced the release of its new CATSWeb PreConfigured Quality Management and Regulatory Compliance Solutions offered as a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) software delivery model, providing organizations with an alternative easy-to-use, secure, and reliable enterprise quality solution that is accessed over the Internet for a low flexible fee
  2. Surfware Ships SURFCAM Velocity 3.0 Service Pack
    7/11/2007
    Surfware Inc., developer of SURFCAM CAD/CAM Systems, is now shipping the Service Pack 1 (SP1) for SURFCAM Velocity version 3.0
  3. Rugged Computers: Glacier Computer Introduces Magnum Series Of Rugged Computers For The Utility Industry
    5/9/2007
    Glacier Computer, one of the leading designer, developer, and supplier of rugged industrial PC-compatible devices, introduced its Magnum series of computers. Specifically designed for use in utility vehicles, the Magnum can be mounted into over-the-road vehicles including cars, pickups, and bucket trucks. Additionally, this unit provides sunlight readable PC functionality in a rugged enclosure.
  4. Rugged Computers: Glacier Computer Introduces Magnum Series Of Rugged Computers For The Construction Industry
    5/8/2007
    Glacier Computer, one of the leading designer, developer, and supplier of rugged industrial PC-compatible devices, introduced its Magnum series of computers. Specifically designed for use in the construction industry, the Magnum can be mounted in a variety of work environments and applications. Engineered to withstand shock, vibration, dust, and moisture, the Magnum can be mounted into cranes, dump trucks, backhoes, graders and onboard forklifts.
  5. RFID Integrators: Escort Memory Systems Launches New Program For RFID System Integrators
    4/10/2007
    Escort Memory Systems introduced the System Integrator Partner program, designed to help system integrators engage in RFID projects to have easy access to our RFID products and services including marketing, tech support and lead generation activities. Escort Memory Systems’ twenty years in the RFID business has built a massive database of customers and completed projects as well as an unparalleled reputation for industrial-strength products.
  6. The Case For Integrated Processes
    3/28/2007
    Based on research and documented case studies, it is clear that companies are realizing significant value by developing integrated processes across the enterprise. This white paper discusses what integrated processes are, how they create value, specific cases of companies succeeding with integrated processes, as well as a checklist to determine how integrated your own company’s processes are. Submitted by SAP Americas
  7. Bar Code Imager: New Suite Of DPM Imagers Available From Microscan
    3/28/2007
    In response to automatic identification trends across industries such as automotive and aerospace, Microscan leads the way in announcing a suite of three bar code imagers with illumination and decode algorithms specifically designed for reading the toughest direct part marks (DPM)
  8. Automated Pallet Tracking Monitors Packaging And Distribution
    3/8/2007
    Located in the Midwest, a large food processing facility produces more than 200,000 boxes of one cereal-type alone. As a part of their automated production, the facility needs to monitor how many boxes of cereal are actually shipped from their facility each day. To accomplish this, three Microscan MS-890 bar code scanners are mounted onto each post-packaging line. Submitted by Microscan
  9. Automated Print And Apply Verification System Trace The Location And Contents Of Pallets
    3/8/2007
    One of the largest tobacco companies in the world, produces several popular cigarette brands at a Czech facility. There Microscan bar code scanners play a vital role in the automated print and apply verification system to ensure the company can accurately trace the location and contents of each pallet down to the shipping case level. Submitted by Microscan
  10. Production Scale — UHF Passive RFID Is A Reality Today By Peter Blair, Reva Systems
    2/8/2007
    Over the past several years much has been written about the promise and potential of UHF passive radio frequency identification and in some circles the hype has bordered on nonsensical. If you have been skeptical about this technology, you are in good company. The misplaced idea that RFID was simply bar code replacement, the expensive price points for tags and readers, and the generally poor performance of most first generation solutions have all limited UHF passive RFID implementations to uniquely interesting pilots and proof-of-concepts. Or have they? Submitted by Reva Systems