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The need to effectively manage inventory, equipment, and fixed assets in the field is one of the most difficult challenges confronting the oil and gas industry today. With so many moving parts and materials dispersed across large areas (or globally), often with limited connectivity, even minor hiccups in supply chain processes can cause delays and unexpected stoppages.
Using digitization and digital automation solutions to reduce cost leaks, increase material visibility, and reduce operating expenses.
Mobile barcoding, also known as mobile data collection, is one such digital technology. Oil and gas companies can use this technology to track inventory, fixed assets, spare parts, consumables, equipment, and more in real-time, all the time, throughout their supply chain.
To name a few examples, mobile barcoding:
Data collection from the shop floor is a significant challenge in manufacturing operations. With ERPs driving manufacturing operations, data collection has become more demanding. Data entry via the keyboard results in lost critical time and a high risk of error. PCs have inherited issues such as wires, space requirements, reliability, and so on. This is where barcode, wireless, and RFID technologies come in handy for data collection.
Today, things change rapidly in manufacturing operations. Manufacturing operations that were previously supported by in-house systems are now supported by ERP systems. In order to share costs and remain competitive, the companies have formed alliances with material suppliers, logistics providers, and customers. The bar code and wireless data collection are essential components of modern manufacturing operations. The user gains the ability to enter and access real-time, accurate data from the manufacturing or warehouse floor by integrating a barcode data collection system into manufacturing operations.
The availability of accurate and real-time data enables you to make decisions that reduce raw material warehousing, buffer stock accumulation, and finished goods inventory.
The use of real-time data allows the entire manufacturing process to be synchronised. You can avoid running wires by combining bar code, RFID, and wireless technologies. You don’t have to wait for employees to enter data by hand, which is time-consuming and inaccurate. Transactions move quickly and accurately from your plant floor or warehouse directly into your ERP system, avoiding such human interaction.
Incorporating barcoding into the manufacturing industry can result in a much more efficient Inventory Control system, which can help reap benefits such as:
The use of real-time data allows the entire manufacturing process to be synchronized. You can avoid running wires by combining bar code, RFID, and wireless technologies. You don’t have to wait for employees to enter data by hand, which is time-consuming and inaccurate. Transactions move quickly and accurately from your plant floor or warehouse directly into your ERP system, avoiding such human interaction.
From the point of manufacture to the point of sale (POS), the retail industry is driven by the timely availability of accurate and reliable information. Automated Data Collection Technologies (such as barcoding, wireless, and RFID) enable retail businesses to meet these critical needs for real-time information availability.
In today’s customer-service-demanding business environment, where competition is increasing and margins are eroding, merchandisers require tools that will assist them in providing better customer service and reducing shrinkage by maintaining accurate and real-time inventories.
By integrating barcode, wireless, and RFID technologies into your business application, we bridge the gap between your business and data collection needs in retail.
Using barcode, RFID, and wireless technologies, you can update your retail supply chain in real-time. The real-time status of your supply chain enables you to:
While RFID tracks consignments at the pallet level, barcode and wireless systems allow you to track your goods at the item level, meeting all of your data collection needs. We integrate all of these technologies into your business application using middleware and interface software to help you achieve the desired results. We assist you in selecting the appropriate product and then developing the necessary solution to meet your business requirements.ur return on investment.
In today’s competitive business environment, the availability of up-to-date information is critical to your company’s success. The logistics supply chain is critical to the smooth operation of your business. Whether it’s tracking consignments or managing them within your warehouse operations, barcode, wireless, and RFID technologies improve your company’s information availability and accuracy.
The freight and courier industry is also benefiting from these technologies in terms of data collection and improving customer service.
Using GSM-based mobile data collection, information is collected in real-time from the point of pick-up or delivery and immediately updated in the central system. Bar-coding and wireless technologies are also very important in hub operations.
While maintaining the accuracy of the information and reducing the burden of validation and data entry on your staff, they allow you to operate at full speed in manual operations.
Integrating these technologies with your ERP/WMS/Business Application provides a significant ROI for your company. We seamlessly integrate these technology solutions with your business applications to meet your data collection needs throughout the logistics supply chain.
Barcoding is essential in consignment tracking in the logistics industry, allowing it to reap numerous benefits such as:
The need for accuracy is of utmost priority when it comes to the healthcare industry. Whether it’s pharmaceutical manufacturing or bedside activities in the hospital or medical supplies inventory; the real-time availability of information plays a very important role in all functions of the healthcare industry.
Our range of barcode, mobile, wireless & RFID solutions allows you to capture the real-time data for each activity as well as provide last-minute information.
Auto Identification and Data Collection using barcoding technology, mobile computing and wireless technology enabling access to fast, accurate and online information led the healthcare industry to:
Every day that challenge increases due to a number of factors. The production rates grow, so does the level of automation in the industry. Hence, the demand for packaging inspection and assembly verification arises. Where smart technology has replaced human error, it is up to the human to ensure the technology is error-free. The combination of both, human inspection and state-of-the-art smart technology, ensures the best results and minimizes the risks.
The problem of food traceability is even greater with the growing expansion of the industry. As food and beverage manufacturers cater to an increasing number of regional and niche markets, the number of different labels they need to affix often escalates to hundreds.
The Regulations Tighten the Grip, Mandating Efficient Prevention and Timely Mitigation
Momentum is growing for the food and beverage manufacturers to harness the power of the smart technology to ensure the whole food supply chain traceability. The incentives of implementing smart devices with integrated barcode scanners in food and beverage industry are generous.
The automation of produce tracking facilitates the documenting of the entire production chain. This gives better insight and faster data processing for the management in real-time. Manual inspection alone cannot ensure the results of the manual inspection coupled with the greater accuracy of barcode scanning and automated data processing.
The problem of a mislabeled allergen alone is enough of a concern to urge manufacturers to deploy the latest technology to avoid expensive recalls. Matching the package to product and verifying its accuracy with the help of 2D barcode scanners minimises the risk of error.
Global pharmaceutical firms are looking to India. According to the Pharmaceuticals Export Promotion Council of India (PHARMEXCIL), India’s pharmaceutical exports totaled $16.4 billion in 2016-17 and are expected to increase by 30% over the next three years to reach $20 billion by 2020. India is the world’s largest supplier of generic drugs, accounting for 20% of total global exports in terms of volume.
The Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) issued a public notice announcing the implementation of a track and trace system incorporating GS1 barcode technology for pharmaceutical products exported from India.
TAG enterprises ensure that DGFT regulations are followed without impeding productivity.
Its now possible to uniquely identify, capture and share important information about exported consignments with regulators across the world.
With student and inventory management becoming more important than ever in schools, barcodes can simplify the process. Barcode technology can help your school manage ever-changing budgets and staffing by improving your efficiency. When you learn about the critical role of barcode technology in education, you’ll realize how you can save both time and money. Learn how schools can use barcode technology to improve students’ and staff members’ lives.