The innovative Motorola CS3000 Series Scanners: memory scanner CS 3000 and Bluetooth scanner CS 3070

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The innovative Motorola CS3000 Series enables enterprises to easily implement 1D laser scanning where either mobility or the cost and size of a traditional scanning device is an inhibitor. The tiny device is affordably priced and fits in a pocket or on a lanyard. The CS3000 can be utilized in standalone mode for the batch scanning of bar codes. Once connected to a host, the batch data can be configured for automatic transfer to an application.

The easy to use CS3000 Series requires virtually no training to operate. The highly intuitive simple 2-button interface makes scanning easy. In addition, grooves that guide hand and fingers into the most comfortable scanning position combine with soft rubber trigger buttons to bring comfort to the most scan intensive tasks.

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New fixed Magellan 3200VSi bar code reader with imaging technology from Datalogic

mg3200vsThe Magellan™ 3200VSi bar code reader brings Datalogic’s new imaging technology to the high-volume point-of-sale.

It is the first bar code scanner to duplicate the speed and wide field-of-view of high-performance omnidirectional laser scanners while adding the benefits associated with imaging. This imaging technology provides outstanding performance when capturing hard-to-read bar codes such as truncated (short), out-of-spec, poorly printed and GS1 DataBar™ codes, and provides support for both linear (1D) and 2D label decoding. The Magellan 3200VSi imager enables both sweep and presentation scanning techniques ensuring maximum productivity and ergonomic ease.

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The Terminal Operations Conference & Exhibition (TOC) Europe 2010, high level event for maritime industry took place in Valencia, Spain.

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The Terminal Operations Conference & Exhibition (TOC) is the longest-running series of trade events for the international shipping, port and terminal communities in the world. TOC was originally launched in Europe in 1976, followed by the addition of TOC Asia in 1993 and TOC Americas in 1997.

TOC brings together executives from shippers, liner shipping, ports, terminals, inland transport, finance and other stakeholder groups to discuss challenges and opportunities for maritime container trade, with particular focus on ports and terminals as critical nodes in international transport chains.
Each TOC event provides a high level conference, practical workshops, exhibition, networking opportunities at evening receptions and, usually, a site visit to the local port/terminal facilities. TOC's longevity is testament to its continued strong emphasis on providing high quality networking, business and learning opportunities.

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New Rugged & Versatile Data Capture Terminal M3 Sky

There is always an environmental challenge for the customers whose target is to make maximum productivity in the field. Rugged features of the M3 SKY exceed these kinds of challenges in extreme temperature, heavy rain and withstand multiple drops in use. The IP65 rated and 1.5m drop certified M3 SKY is suited for both industrial as well as the military application categories.

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