DAY 2: ProGlove demonstrates its multi-range scanner for warehouse and manufacturing operations

ProGlove is at Parcel+Post Expo 2023 to demonstrate its multirange scanner for warehouse and manufacturing operations.

The solution, named the ‘Mark 3’, is a multirange scanner that has been designed to increase efficiency in warehouse and manufacturing operations. The scanner has an autofocus feature that saves operators time and effort.

The Mark 3 is small, lightweight and durable, with a long battery life and fast recharge time. It can scan any 1D or 2D barcode from 10cm to 1.8m away. The scanner is also splash-proof and suitable for indoor and outdoor use.

Alongside the scanner, ProGlove is showing its Insight software solution that improves human-machine collaboration on the shop floor. It uses contextual metadata and device management to enable collaborative automation. Insight Analytics is a data engine that collects, analyzes and acts on scan data, reducing documentation time by thousands of hours per year. It also provides reports and alerts to help solve problems on the shop floor. Insight Visibility allows users to remotely and securely manage their devices, keeping them informed on status and performance.

Frank Hoffmann, senior vertical enterprise key account manager at ProGlove, commented, “Today, we’re showing our entire ecosystem of variable scanning solutions and accessories. With our scanners, we can collect data and big data. This is because just from using our scanners, we can have performance measurements, movement measurements, or we can also measure what is scanned up, when it is scanned and whether it was scanned successfully. For this reason, we also offer analytics software, so that the client or the customer can see how efficient the operations are.

Visit ProGlove on Booth 11.106 to find out more, and read more expo news here.

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