Automatic data capture and industrial automation provider Datalogic will preview new products and technology at booth #3827 at the NRF Big Show 2017.
Datalogic provides Automatic Data Capture and Industrial Automation to the retail market, with products including barcode readers, mobile computers, sensors, vision systems and laser marking equipment.
The major solutions include:
- Magellan 3400VSi scanner: A compact on-counter high performance imager that delivers the speed and large field-of-view needed in high-volume POS environments. The scanner reads a broad array of 1D and 2D bar codes, the Digimarc barcode, and truncated or hard to read codes. An optional Magellan Customer Service Scanner (CSS) can be incorporated allowing customers to directly scan their coupons while the cashier simultaneously scans items.
- Magellan 3500HSi scanner: An in-counter digital imager that provides high performance reading of a wide variety of 1D and 2D bar codes, the Digimarc barcode, truncated, and out-of-spec or poorly printed codes.
- RFID Solutions: Datalogic will debut three new Ultra High Frequency (868-928 MHz) RFID products designed for use in retail environments, for applications such as capturing real-time inventory, POS mobility, document tracking, access control and field mobility.
- LaneHawk 5 Loss Prevention System: Using vision technology, the LH5000 unit detects and recognizes bottom of the basket (BOB) items as part of the transaction, assuring payment for all merchandise during the checkout process.
- Joya Touch Mobile Computer with Android 6: This multi-purpose device for applications including self-shopping and inventory management is offered in both handheld and pistol grip versions and will soon be available with Android 6. Wireless charging, Datalogic SoftSpot floating trigger technology, in-store geo-location and Datalogic patented ‘Green Spot’Technology are just a few of the new features delivered on the Android operating system.
“We see retail as more than grocery and more than the checkout,” said Pietro Todescato, CTO of Datalogic in a statement. “It is a complete ecosystem that encompasses product manufacturing, supply chain, inventory management, store operations, POS, customer interaction and more.”