When it comes to the Mobility world, InCube has it all; from scanning, bar-code reading, signature capturing, to imaging technologies.
The technologies used include:
Devices powered by Adaptus Imaging Technology enable you to capture signatures, take photos, read virtually all bar codes – even damaged codes – and so much more. Best of all, Adaptus Imaging Technology allows you to deal with and undertake emerging applications with confidence – protecting your investment well into the future.
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Wireless Technology makes it easier for employees to stay connected to the Back-Office and to their clients while off-site, consequently reducing the amount of time required to catch up on missed work when they return. Wireless Technology is making it increasingly easier for employees to balance work and life, and handle emergencies and problems that arise without losing precious time. With popular mobile devices from Honeywell and others, employees can stay connected to the office network while working remotely, no matter what the circumstance, granting greater flexibility in the workplace and increasing the organization’s gain in overall effectiveness.[/one_half_last]
Windows Mobile is a compact operating system combined with a suite of basic applications for mobile devices based on the Microsoft Win32 API.
Pocket PCs, on-board computers for certain automobiles and Portable Media Centers are examples of devices that run Windows Mobile. It is designed to be similar to desktop versions of Windows, feature-wise and aesthetically. In addition to that, third-party software development is available for Windows Mobile.
Destinations can be reached in an optimal way, using real-time navigation technology.
Optimizing the road use of a fleet of vehicles can sheer away wasted time and fuel costs. The use of GPS in conjunction with GPRS allows real- time tracking, the ability to check job/vehicle status and to use this to react to last minute unplanned jobs.
If you need a product that can read nearly every type of bar code, this is the right place, our products can read more than 54 different barcodes with different shapes and sizes.
We can support most of barcodes in the market such as:
There are two types of 2D bar codes: stacked and matrix codes. Each type has its own strengths, and both types are designed to make better use of marking space.[/one_half_last]
Linear bar codes are made up of parallel bars and spaces of varying widths. U.P.C., Code 39, and Code 128 are the most familiar but there are over twelve linear bar code symbologies in popular use. They typically carry short data strings of up to 35 characters of data.[/one_half_last]
Matrix codes are the most space-efficient of the 2D bar codes. They are made up of a finder pattern and an array of dark and light polygons on a grid. Matrix codes typically carry between 10 and 1000 bytes of data and employ powerful Reed-Solomon error correction codes to protect the integrity of the data. Matrix codes are regarded for their compatibility with a broad range of marking techniques. They can only be read using area imaging technology.[/one_half_last]
Postal codes are height-modulated codes, meaning that they use the height of regularly-spaced bars to encode data. Postnet and Planet Code use two distinct vertical bar types: short and tall. 4-State Code uses four vertical bar types: short, extend up, extend down, or extend both up and down. A number of different 4-State Code types are used around the world. Postal codes can be printed by a wide variety of printer types and can be read using imaging technology.[/one_half_last]
Stacked codes, such as PDF417, are one type of 2D code in which multiple rows of bars and spaces are linked together using powerful Reed-Solomon error correction codes. It is common for a PDF417 symbol to carry between 10 and 1000 bytes of data. Among 2D codes, PDF417 enjoys the broadest industry support, and its design is well-suited for withstanding symbol damage.[/one_half_last]