The RedLine Solutions News section will keep you up to date on company and industry announcements.
Rugged Moblie Computers for Cold Environments
Extreme cold creates a difficult and challenging environment for electronic equipment.
Mobile data-collection computers are no exception. They must be engineered to perform under these harsh conditions. If your mobile computers (including barcode scanners and wireless networking equipment) haven't been designed specifically for use in cold environments, their performance and reliability will suffer.
The bottom-line is that your workers' productivity will drop and costly equipment failures will increase.
This article identifies 6 vital design features to look for before you select your equipment.
WMS — 5 Ways to Make Your Business More Efficient and Profitable
During both good times and bad, it's essential for you to find ways to make your business operate more efficiently.
Given today's business environment, your very survival may depend upon your ability to reduce costs and increase productivity. This article will show you how an electronic warehouse management system can help your business thrive.
Microscan: Three Machines Now Available
RedLine Solutions introduces the new AutoVISION™ machine vision product suite from Microscan which includes the Vision HAWK and the Vision MINI smart cameras, plus new AutoVISION machine vision software interface.
The technology aims to simplify the set-up and deployment of machine vision applications, while providing a powerful tool set for reliable, high performance inspection and identification.
Gary Fleming Joins RedLine Solutions as New VP, Strategic Services
RedLine Solutions, Inc. is pleased to announce that Gary L. Fleming, a leading expert in traceability, has joined the company as Vice President of Strategic Services.
Previously, Fleming served as the lead architect and spokesperson for PTI as the Vice President of Industry Technology and Standards for PMA. Most recently, he has been consulting with leading grower shippers, retailers, and food service companies to develop strategies for traceability compliance.