The Benefits of Mobile Computer Modernization with a Green Screen to Touch Screen Migration

Posted by Advanced Mobile Group on Feb 27, 2018 10:10:00 AM

Defining “Modernization”

Modernization is, to pardon the pun, a somewhat old phrase. Derived from French in about 1770, there really is nothing new about it! In your professional experience, you might be thinking you’ve been modernizing for your entire career. But in the context of modern logistics and DC processes, it refers to a specific “trend,” if you will, of not just updating specific systems with new equipment and software, but a more significant step of evolving from a set of legacy technologies to an entirely new type of system.

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Topics: Mobile, Technology Trends, Planning




Using Voice Technology to Talk (and Listen) Your Way into a Mobile-Enabled Distribution Center

Posted by Advanced Mobile Group on Feb 20, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Our March to The Fully Mobile Workplace

“Mobile” is a ubiquitous word in our society today, driven mainly by the advancements in digital technology that gave us our smartphones (formerly known as “mobile phones”) as well as many new advancements in business and the world of commerce.

While we have focused on our expertise and solutions in RFID, “mobile” infers a long list of things that are now deployed in distribution centers, including but not limited to:

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Topics: Voice Technology, Mobile, Technology Trends




Transforming to a Smart Warehouse: Warehousing 2020

Posted by Advanced Mobile Group on Feb 13, 2018 11:15:00 AM

We’re just two years from 2020, but the warehousing industry has already made huge strides in enabling smarter warehouses with more efficient and accurate operations.

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Topics: Warehouse Managment, Technology Trends




The Migration to Android OS as Support Ends for Windows on Handheld Devices

Posted by Advanced Mobile Group on Nov 21, 2017 11:11:00 AM

Within the next five years, companies using handheld devices, will move from Windows to Android Operating System in one of the biggest industry platform shifts ever. Windows Embedded CE version 6, debuted in 2006, represents a majority of all embedded devices’ operating systems. There are millions of handheld devices that delivery people, store clerks, and warehouse workers often carry to manage inventory, process orders, and verify delivery. These devices are most commonly found in:

  • Warehouses
  • Manufacturing Industries
  • Transport and Logistics Companies
  • Retail and Healthcare.

Microsoft's coming end of support for Windows Embedded is forcing the industry to look elsewhere.

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Topics: OS, Handheld Computer, Technology Trends, Microsoft

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