As one of the market’s leading providers in the field of mobile data collection, DENSO WAVE EUROPE, part of the Toyota group, knows the importance of digitalization for companies. Now the inventors of the QR Code are launching a new Device Management System (DMS), thus enabling efficient coordination of DENSO WAVE handheld terminals from just one computer.
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Footwear retailer schuh uses the BHT-1505BB handheld terminal from DENSO WAVE EUROPE. The branded shoe stockist was looking for a mobile data collection device to reduce the stock take time in their 132 stores in the UK and Ireland. With selling over 80 brands, they were looking for a handheld terminal to reduce time and costs efficiently – and the BHT-1505BB handheld terminal from DENSO WAVE EUROPE, part of the Toyota group, was exactly what they needed.
Airlines want to use RFID technology to create solutions for lost baggage. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that from 2020, each piece of luggage will be equipped with an RFID tag. DENSO WAVE EUROPE, part of the Toyota group, knows the benefits of RFID. The innovative UR20 scanner series from the experts for mobile data collection can also be used perfectly at the airport. The new SP1 RFID scanner offers advantages as well. The QK30 scanner is already in use at Birmingham...