Scandit will demonstrate its latest advances in software-based mobile data capture solutions for smartphones, tablets, wearables, and other leading-edge devices at EHI Technologie Tage 2017. Held Nov. 7-8, 2017 in Dusseldorf, Germany by EHI Retail Institute, the conference is a European global event for retail and IT professionals. Visitors to Scandit booth #10 will be able to participate in a variety of interactive demos featuring our latest mobile data capture solutions....

Mobile data capture solutions developed with the Scandit Barcode Scanner SDK or apps based on the Scandit Flow platform are uniquely suited to streamlining retail logistics operations. Moving data capture activities from traditional scanners or mobile computers to less expensive smartphones, tablets and wearables significantly reduces total cost of ownership (TCO). Smartphones and tablets are also easier to operate in tight retail logistics environments or at awkward angles than traditional scanners...

Scandit has released version 5.5 of our Barcode Scanner SDK. The latest iteration of Scandit Barcode Scanner SDK includes improved support for DataMatrix codes and initial interoperability for DotCode symbology, as well as ReactNative support for iOS and Android. Enhanced DataMatrix Support Scandit Barcode Scanner SDK 5.5 speeds up the localization and decoding of DataMatrix codes. In particular, the reading of large codes with perspective and non-linear distortions has been greatly improved....

While barcode scanning is important to workflows across the retail enterprise, traditional scanning hardware has not evolved with changing industry needs. In a presentation at Shoptalk Europe 2017 in Copenhagen, Denmark, Scandit CEO Samuel Mueller delivered a presentation, “Cracking the Retail Code with Next-Generation Data Capture,” about the emergence of smart devices as easy-to-use, future-proof mobile data capture solutions for retail. Mueller discussed how barcode scanning streamlines back-of-the-house, in-store, and consumer-facing...

Delivering the correct products to the right customers in a timely manner is the culmination of online retailing. The convenience and immediacy of e-commerce is lost if retailers cannot quickly and accurately ensure proof of delivery. Fortunately, retailers can streamline proof of delivery workflows. Delivery drivers can use a smartphone or tablet to efficiently scan products for proof of delivery and signature capture. This reduces time and cost associated with obtaining...

A new video from Scandit demonstrates how augmented reality (AR) scanning allows retailers to disrupt routine workflows, obtaining competitive advantage. AR scanning overlays digital imagery into the results of a mobile device scan. This means that retailers can superimpose graphics, animation, and other virtual content on the screen of a smartphone, tablet or wearable device when a barcode is scanned. Watch the video below. As a result, retailers can generate and display a...