Barcode Hardware

Automated Data Collection Hardware

Automated data collection uses barcodes, RFID tags, or other technologies like magnetic strips to automate data entry, thereby eliminating the inefficiency and errors produced by manual data entry via keyboard. Barcoding Inc. provides affordable data collection systems specifically designed for a wide variety of business and government operations. Organizations both small and large benefit from these systems by reducing their costs and improving customer service.

  • Barcode Data Collection
  • Wireless Data Collection
  • RFID Data Collection
  • Mobile Data Collection

Learn how to choose the Best Data Collection Technology
Download Whitepaper

Barcode Data Collection

Since the barcode first appeared in grocery stores over 30 years ago, it has revolutionized the way supply chains operate, increasing the speed and efficiency that products can move from the manufacturing plant to stores, and delivering great return on investments for many companies.

Learn more about barcode-based data collection

Wireless Data Collection

Wireless data networks provide real-time access to your data transactions, making your operations more efficient. Wireless networking management systems can automatically detect problems and provide email alerts to LAN administrators. Once you have wireless LAN infrastructure, you can use it to support other technologies, including voice-over-IP technology (VoIP) telephony and messaging.

Learn more about Wireless data collection

RFID Data Collection Systems

The total elimination of the manual processes currently associated with locating and scanning bar codes is one of the promises of RFID.  In order to achieve that level of success, there are certain requirements and steps that should be taken.

Learn more about RFID

Mobile Data Collection

Most companies recover their investment in mobile computers and wireless local area networks (WLANs) within a year of implementation. Mobile computers increase accuracy and efficiency by eliminating redundant data collection and data entry steps. Wireless data networks provide real-time access to your data transactions, making your operations more efficient. Wireless networking management systems can automatically detect problems and provide email alerts to LAN administrators. Once you have wireless LAN infrastructure, you can use it to support other technologies, including voice-over-IP technology (VoIP) telephony and messaging.

Learn more about mobile computing

Register for ProMat 2015

Call Now: 1 (888) 412-7226

Receive FREE support for 30 days on all purchases.

Contact us for a complimentary evaluation of your needs. Our sales team will answer all your questions about inventory control and automatic data collection.

Whitepapers

How to Choose the Best Data Collection Technology

Download Whitepaper

Be Efficient—Accurate—Connected™