Mobile technology has had an earth-shaking impact on the retail landscape, arming retailers with cost-effective tools to refine customer experiences and business operations. For example, mobile barcode scanning makes it possible for retailers to abandon traditional barcode scanners in favor of low-cost, easy-to-use smart devices—bringing optimal efficiency to retail locations, distribution centers and warehouses alike. But despite their numerous benefits, mobile data capture solutions can be challenging to implement into...

As computer-based systems progress and evolve, their potential to impact our world expands, too. Recent innovations in electronics, sensors and software have made it possible for us to improve enterprise efficiency—and our capacity to connect with others. These achievements are made possible by machines connected to the internet—and all of these machines are fragments of the Internet of Things (IoT). So, what is the Internet of Things? And why are...

If you travel regularly using commercial airlines, you don’t need to be reminded of what a hassle it can be. Equipment problems, weather, and assorted other force majeure can make the flying experience uncomfortable and inconvenient. These factors are most often beyond our – or the air carriers’ – control. That said, the processes that the air carriers do control such as check-in, boarding pass acquisition, baggage check, seat assignment...

The Last Mile is the most important step in any supply chain; it’s the final journey packages and parcels take from their transportation hub to the prescribed recipient. Successful Last Mile delivery requires careful coordination across your entire workforce to ensure optimal efficiency and customer satisfaction. Fortunately, with the help of augmented reality (AR) technology, your enterprise can fully mobilize its Last Mile logistics efforts—paving the way for superior business...

Logistics enterprises rely on seamless shipping and receiving operations to ensure their goods reach customers quickly and in the proper condition. But with so many shipments and staff to account for, it can be difficult to coordinate these efforts effectively—creating a range of issues that impact customer satisfaction and enterprise efficiency as a whole. That’s why many logistics organizations invest in mobile barcode scanning solutions to empower their employees to...

FutureProof Retail Enables Retailers to Offer Commercial-Speed Scanning to Consumers With Scandit Barcode Scanner SDK New York and San Francisco, Oct. 10, 2018 - FutureProof Retail (FPR), the leading provider of line-free mobile checkout and service counter solutions, and Scandit, the leading enterprise technology platform for mobile computer vision, barcode scanning and augmented reality, have entered into a partnership that enables retailers to deploy FPR's line-free mobile self-scanning checkout and service counter solutions...

Mobile computer vision-enabled devices—such as smartphones, tablets and wearables—have completely revolutionized retail, logistics and manufacturing workflows. These cost-effective alternatives to dedicated barcode scanners lend efficiency and flexibility to enterprise data capture efforts, driving greater productivity and efficiency. If your organization is considering investing in software to enable barcode scanning functionality on mobile devices, it’s critical to find an easy-to-use option that meets your unique needs and delivers the greatest business...

French app developer powers mobile checkout in consumer app with Scandit Barcode Scanner SDK Paris, France and Zurich, Switzerland – October 2, 2018 - Scandit, the leading enterprise technology platform for mobile computer vision, barcode scanning, and augmented reality, has enabled mobile app developer NEOS to feature enterprise-grade self-checkout in its new mobile shopping app. The NEOS mobile shopping app is free and runs on both Android and iOS devices. It enables...